In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Provide In-Home Services

When you become an IHSS Care Provider, you'll get a salary and job benefits to work for an IHSS Care Recipient who can be a family member, a friend, or a referral. The types of care may include bathing, dressing, meal preparation and clean up, light housekeeping, laundry, and shopping. Your IHSS Care Recipient will manage your work schedule and sign your timesheets.

Become a Care Provider

Includes the steps and materials to complete your application process.

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Timesheets, Overtime, & Sick Pay

Includes how and when to get paid for routine hours, overtime, travel time, and sick leave.

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Respond to Timesheet Violations

Includes when violations are issued and how to appeal them.

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Get Benefits & Coverage

Includes health insurance, Workers' Compensation, and union membership.

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Manage Your Provider Status

Includes finding a Care Recipient, training, change of address, and tax forms.

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