What is the Caregiver Registry?
The Sacramento County IHSS Caregiver Registry is a database of specially screened caregivers who are looking to work for IHSS recipients/consumers. This is a free referral service available to all IHSS recipients. Please note, all IHSS providers are not part of the Caregiver Registry. The Registry has an application process separate from Provider Enrollment.
How does the Registry Work?
When a recipient calls the Registry looking for a new caregiver, Registry Specialists look at specific consumer needs, provider skills, availability, demographic data and other job-related factors in order to find the best potential matches. A list of names is sent to the IHSS consumer.
The Recipient is the employer and is therefore responsible for interviewing, hiring, and supervising the caregiver they select from the referral list.
If you are a recipient and you would like to request a list of available providers you can;
How can I join the registry?
Active IHSS providers interested in joining the registry can submit an application along with work history and two professional references. All applications must have a wet signature. (Applications with an electronic/typed signature will be returned) The Caregiver Registry is a referral service and does not guarantee employment. As of January 1, 2021, the current pay rate for IHSS caregivers in Sacramento County is $15.00 per hour (i.e. $1.00 above current minimum wage rate).
Download the Registry Application.pdf.
Applications can be submitted via:
Please ensure you have completed Provider Enrollment prior to applying for the Caregiver Registry.
If you already have an IHSS recipient/consumer who would like to hire you, you DO NOT need to apply to the Registry. Instead, please follow the instructions on the Provider Enrollment page.