All IHSS Providers are subject to the State requirements for eligibility. Current State law requires that individuals who were convicted of Elder Abuse, Child Abuse or defrauding a governmental health care entity (including IHSS fraud) are automatically excluded for ten years. There are additional exclusions that would disqualify an individual from becoming an IHSS Provider. See below for more information.
The following Disqualifying Crimes SOC 426C is a guide designed to assist Recipients and Providers understand Link2Cares policy regarding convictions that would exclude Providers from being on Link2Cares Registry. If you are Provider and have had a conviction please contact us and we will assist you determine if the conviction would exclude you from being a Registry Provider.