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  • Becca Cutter, Executive Director

Sticking To Our Roots

These are some pictures of a recent trip my father took back to where he was raised. Yep, that's right. Honeyhill Ct. Sound familiar? When we were thinking of what to name our company, we knew we wanted something to represent family. Considering there wouldn't be a HoneyHill HomeCare without my dad having the idea in the first place... AND... my dad would not be the man he is today without all that life has thrown his way since he was young and growing up on that street with his family... It just seemed right.

Naming the company was already a huge decision, but then we had to think about what we wanted people to think of when they heard that name. As a family-owned & operated business, we knew we weren't just building a brand, but anything we did as a company would reflect our family name as well.

So, anytime we meet people, our main concern is making sure they know how genuine our intentions are with this company. If you can't trust the people behind a home care agency, how can you trust the caregivers they send to take care of your loved ones? That's when we realized it was time to establish a mission statement.

Obviously, that meant we needed to nail down a couple very important things:


1. What are our goals?

2. What actions and steps will we take to reach those goals?


Of course, those questions are not simple answers. We had to really figure out our core values and what kind of culture we wanted to cultivate for our employees and clients. What would we promise the people we were helping and how would we actually be able to uphold those promises? And obviously, more and more topics were discussed.

We discussed so many things and the number one word that kept coming up as we talked was:




We agreed that we desperately want to stay honest, trustworthy, humble, respectful, and hard-working people, so that the people in need of our services can depend on us and feel comfortable enough to form a long-lasting relationship with us.


So, we came up with some goals...


-To employ background-checked, compassionate, and well-trained individuals who are responsive to the needs of our clients and their families.

-To ensure that our caregivers are given access to resources needed to provide the quality care that our clients deserve, along with required continued educational training.

-To be engaged with the Middle Tennessee community and involved with organizations that share a common goal of helping our clients live a full and independent life at home.


How are we going to stay in line with these goals?

  • Stick to our roots and the reason we were inspired to start HoneyHill, which is my beautiful and strong mother.

  • Stay informed, continue to learn and improve, obtain trainings on how to better serve our clients. As well as, provide those resources and trainings to our employees.

  • Work hard and stay compliant with all laws and regulations.

  • Individualize the care for each client.

  • Tell the truth and cultivate a culture for our employees to also stay truthful.

  • Communicate with our clients and employees regularly.

  • Be respectful of the people we serve and treat everyone with kindness.

  • Smile and impact people in a positive way every chance we get.

  • Get involved, donate, support, and participate in local charity events and programs.


We hope you know that this company means everything to us and we want to do as much as we can to help those in need of our services in Middle Tennessee. It's important to understand these kinds of ideals when you choose a home care agency. As we continue to grow this business, just know that we intend to stay true to these values.

Our HoneyHill name depends on it.

Thank you and if you know anyone who could use some of our services, please feel free to give them my contact information below!

We hope you have a great rest of your day!!

Becca Cutter

Executive Director

Cell: (615) 796-1775

Office: (629) 201-6130

Fax: (615) 413-5190

HoneyHill HomeCare

151 Heritage Park Drive

Suite 203

Murfreesboro, TN 37129

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