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Our Culture

Compassion and teamwork are the foundation of the Clarehouse work environment. Together we create a loving and peaceful environment that offers those in need in our community the space and support to make the most of every moment. Clearly articulated standards of care result in high satisfaction ratings from our guests and families. Opportunities for advancement and continuing education afford our staff room to grow. We are committed to being a top workplace environment and offer competitive compensation for deeply meaningful work.


Our Benefits

Our guests and families have taught us that every moment matters and to live fully. We believe in investing in our employees and we start by offering a comprehensive benefits package.


  • Health Insurance – 70% paid
  • Dental Insurance – 70% paid
  • Vision Insurance
  • Accident Insurance


  • We encourage certification through the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association. Testing is paid for by Clarehouse and successful candidates receive an hourly pay increase.
  • We promote participation in the annual Omega Home Network Conference. See for more information.
  • We offer opportunity for advancement through skill development.


  • Employee Life Insurance – 100% Clarehouse paid
  • Long Term Disability coverage – 100% Clarehouse paid
  • Short Term Disability coverage


  • Retirement savings plan through our 401K
  • Generous company matching program
  • Eligibility for all employees regardless of employment classification (Must be 21 years old)


Our History

Clarehouse began in 1999 in the heart and mind of our Founder and Executive Director, Kelley Scott, who saw the need first-hand as a nurse in hospice and hospital-based palliative care. With a small group of visionaries and a giant leap of faith, Clarehouse was founded in 2001. Despite the difficulties in starting a completely donor funded non-profit offering a new model of care, Clarehouse began caring for guests in 2003 in a modest three-bedroom apartment in mid-town Tulsa. The need for this “home away from home” was great, and we expanded our service twice in that temporary location, to a total of eight bedrooms, serving over 1,000 guests in those first six years. The dream expanded to a purpose-built home designed specifically for our unique care. Through a capital campaign in 2007, our community donated over $7 million to fund and build our permanent home. Our five-acre campus supports the original vision of a warm, loving environment for end-of-life care in a natural setting. The non-institutional, non-clinical feel of our home is coupled with the great compassion and experience of our staff and volunteers to provide the next-best-thing to home for our guests. In 2017, we were founding members of the Omega Home Network, a national membership organization of community homes for people who are dying. Through the Network, we continue to work to spread our model of care, believing every community should have a home like Clarehouse.