Chelsie Witt

Chelsie Witt (M.S.) is the founder and owner of AdvoCare Home Care Services. Born and raised in Livingston, MT, she received her bachelor’s degree in Community Health at Montana State University. Chelsie then continued on to get her master’s degree in Long Term Care, Senior Housing and Aging Services at the University of North Texas. Upon graduating, Chelsie spent a year as the administrator of Good Samaritan Society Lake Forest Village nursing home, but Montana would always be home. Chelsie and her husband Brian decided to move back to Montana in 2013 and AdvoCare’s business plan began. Her passion has always been helping people and Chelsie saw the need to help seniors age in place. Before launching AdvoCare Home Care Services, Chelsie became a Certified Nursing Assistance and spent her first year in business providing all the hands on care. Besides running a local home care business, Chelsie and Brian are also busy raising their two girls Alex and Hadley


I was born and raised in Montana. I grew up in Harlowton. That is where I got my CNA certification when I was 17 years old. I continued working as a cna after high school with a temp agency named Prioricare Staffing solutions. I worked all over the state in nursing homes, it ended up taking me to Ennis Montana. I lived in Ennis for 15 years and worked 8 years at to the  Madison Valley Manor while continuing traveling part time. Four years ago I moved to Bozeman where I started working for two home health companies, Advocare and First Choice Home Heathcare.

     In my free time I enjoy hanging out with my 2 dogs Gema a 10 year old pit/mix and Chance an 11 your old Papillon. Whether its going to snowfill dog park or taking a hike in the surounding mountains. Floating the Madison is always a great time with friends and family.


Nicole is a certified wellness coach and personal trainer currently attending the MSU grad program in English. She also teaches interior design classes at Gallatin College. 

She has two daughters and enjoys an active lifestyle of hiking, biking, soaking, and is also training for her Yoga instructor certification. 


Hi, my name is Katie and I've been with Advocare for about 5 years now. Helping and taking care of others is my passion! 

I have two kids that are my world! 

In my free time I love gardening, reading, and puzzles. 


My name is Susan I go by Sue. I have been in the home health care business almost 10 years. I have worked for AdvoCare for two years. I have always had the passion to care for others and make them comfortable. I hold my CNA and HHA Certifications. I am married and we have two children, our  youngest just graduated from high school in May 2020. We like to spend time with family and friends camping enjoying the outdoors.


My name is Cailynn Bartlett and I’m originally from Great Falls, MT but I moved here to Bozeman for school. Currently I am on the Pre-Med track while obtaining a major in Biochemistry and a minor in Psychology. I love to be outdoors especially on the lake. I also love to cook and anything to do with organizing/cleaning. I joined the AdvoCare team because I absolutely love to help people and contribute to my community. I enjoy building bonds with clients and getting to know them more and more each visit. My goal is to deliver the best caregiver experience by maintaining a clean and safe environment, picking up and cooking healthy meals, and creating new friendships all while keeping the client feeling worthy, independent, happy, and loved.


Laura has several years caregiving experience in Livingston and the Paradise Valley.  Following graduation from Park High School in Livingston, she received a Bachelor's of Science from Montana State University.  After achieving a Master's of Science in Genetics, she was employed as a Wisconsin based geneticist for a number of years travelling throughout the Midwest.

     However,Montana was always home, and she returned to become an active, full time member of the management of her families ranch.

Theirs is a true family diversified business including her husband, parents and teen aged children.  They have a working dairy, raise beef cattle, sheep and border collie dogs.  Future plans include the operation of a Riverside guest rental cabin.

     Laura became involved in the caregiver business quite by accident but enjoys interacting with her clients and helping them enjoy as much independence as possible in the comfortable and familiar settings of their homes.