Resources for Home Care Organizations

APPLY FOR A HOME CARE ORGANIZATION LICENSE
Find out how to become a licensed Home Care Organization.
 
SEARCH THE HOME CARE AIDE REGISTRY
Check the status of your affiliated home care aides.

WRITTEN DIRECTIVES
Find out about the rights and responsibilities of owning a Home Care Organization.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 
Questions regarding the implementation of the HCSCPA will be updated on a regular basis.

Transfers

You may transfer a registered home care aide to a new organization by submitting the following forms.  Be sure to include a copy of the individual's photo I.D. If you are transferring a registered home care aide that has been granted an exemption through the Caregiver Background Check Bureau, see the table below for information on transferring the exemption.

If a home care aide has a current:

Clearance Transfer

Exemption Transfer

  • Copy of photo I.D.

Fax to (916)322-6310 or mail to;

Home Care Services Bureau
744 P. St. MS T8-3-90
Sacramento, CA 95814

    • Copy of photo I.D.

Fax to (916)754-4589 or mail to;

Caregiver Background Check Bureau
744 P. St. MS 19-60
Sacramento, CA 95814

STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS

The Department will be hosting stakeholder meetings. These meetings are to provide updates on the implementation process, seek input, answer questions, and discuss next steps related to the law.  If you are looking to join our stakeholder meetings, send an email to HCSB@dss.ca.gov to be included in upcoming email distributions.
 
Meeting materials and further information will be provided as each meeting date approaches.

 2016 Stakeholder Meetings  2017 Stakeholder Meetings
 February 2016  January 2017
 March 2016  February 2017
 April 2016  
 June 2016  
 July 2016  
 September 2016  
 October 2016  
   

 

ITEMS OF INTEREST

Outreach and Useful Information

Draft HCO application flow chart

Draft HCA application flow chart

Resource Guides for Providers

Health and Safety Information

To file a complaint of professional misconduct by a CCLD employee, please refer to the CCLD Ethics Helpline.