Active members joining together with thousands of other home care and healthcare workers in the union gives us all greater strength in collective bargaining, resulting in better wages, benefits, and training opportunities in the future. That is why we encourage you to participate in our union and have a voice in setting our priorities.
There are many different ways to become an active member. Contact a union organizer to learn about the many ways you can become involved in the union. Whether you engage with members and legislators at the Capitol, help shape the training program, run for elected office in the union, or knock on doors to get out the vote for home care champions during election season, there are many ways to be involved in our union and make your voice heard.
Home Care Internal Organizers:
How to File a Grievance
Home Care Training Info
Click Here for more information about how to complete your training for the $500 training stipend and, for qualifying workers, the Enhanced Rate.
Electronic Visit Verification
Click Here to learn more about Electronic Visit Verification (EVV).
New Materials for Fiscal Intermediaries
Home Care Stipends and Bonuses
Click Here to view information on stipends and bonuses that are available now or will be soon.
PCA Choice & Traditional PCA: What’s the Difference?
Click Here to learn about the difference between PCA Choice & Traditional PCA.