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Our Vision

To provide exceptional faith-based home healthcare services to the elderly homeless, and those disadvantaged due to disability or impairment. We offer quality services that patients love, and physicians prefer; we are a source of pride for our employees.

Our Mission

We see a world where Personalized in-home and community wellness care for your loved ones is readily available in time of need. Let us care for you or your family. Maintaining Trusted relationships, Honoring each client's Dignity, and supporting our client's Independence is always our top priority.

Jamie has over 15 years of professional home care experience 
In partnership with National Patient Advocacy Foundation (NPAF), she helps promote access to affordable, quality healthcare for people with chronic illness and disabilities.

She holds  dual Bachelors  degrees in Business and Healthcare Administration. Jamie currently serves the 13th Judicial District of NC (Brunswick, Columbus and Pender Counties).

Jamie Stokley, B.A. Founder/CEO

Meet the Team

Zanika Sante Stokley L.P.N/ V.W.C. N


Assistant Director for Helping Hands of the Cape Fear. She is 38 years old. She’s a native of Wilmington and the surrounding Cape Fear Region. Zanika is a mother of 3. Her eldest Zy ’Aria Stokley Nesbitt, Duane Stokley Nesbitt, and the youngest, Rashad Stokley Nesbitt at age 5. She is an experienced long-term health care worker. She is experienced in Geriatric(elderly) and the disabled community. 

Zanika was driven to pursue her passion for health care at the early age of 14 during life-altering times. She has been working in the health care field for over 20 yrs. She started working in the elderly community at the age of 17 as a sunshine girl where she worked in a long-term care facility helping the elderly population enjoy activities and their activities of daily living. She then went on to be a Certified Nursing Assistant that she carried for 6yrs. She then furthered her career and became a Licensed Practical Nurse from the past 14yrs. During that time, she also became a Vohra Wound Certified Nurse. 

She was educated at Brunswick Community College where she received her L.P.N Certified Diploma 

She is also associated with the National Homeless council 

Zanika loves the culture of the cape fear region where she has loved her entire life. She enjoys working with the elderly and disabled community. She advocates for those who can't do so themselves. 


Zanika Sante Stokley L.P.N 


Amanda Falk


Amanda Falk is the administrative assistant for Helping Hands Of The Cape Fear. 

She resides in New Hanover County with her loving husband, and they are devoted parents to their six children along with their family dog Hank. She is also an active Rotarian in her community, volunteering with community support.  

Amanda has been in the Healthcare field for twenty-plus years. 13 of those years as a Licensed practical nurse and the rest in Human Resources. She is also experienced in working with adults and children with developmental disabilities which was once her passion. 

Amanda enjoys helping by being an advocate for those that can no longer care for themselves. 

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