The Covid-19 vaccination is available by appointment only to all IHSS providers and care recipients 16 yrs+ at no cost to you. You will need to bring a paystub and a photo ID to your vaccine appointment. You can only make an appointment in the county that you work in.

To make your appointment, click on the county you work in, and choose the day that works best for you.

Alameda County IHSS providers are eligible for free vaccines. Health Care Services Agency (HCSA) is coordinating the vaccine distribution and email notices were sent to active IHSS Providers in Alameda County.  Providers who are enrolled in Alameda Alliance for Health will receive their vaccines from their health plan, NOT through the HCSA.

Please visit Alameda County’s Department of Public Health website to sign up for an appointment and find out more information about the vaccine: https://covid-19.acgov.org/vaccines

Call (707) 464-3191 then press extension 2822 once connected. Please be sure to press 2822 or you will not be sent to the right line.

Please visit the Fresno County website for more information on the Covid-19 vaccine: https://www.co.fresno.ca.us/departments/public-health/health-messages-for-medical-providers/covid-19-vaccine-information

Call 530-934-6588 to schedule an appointment.

  1. Register here at this link: https://forms.gle/rhWLu4ypModEVVwP7
  2. Wait for email invite, check regularly and also check your spam folder. The clinics will begin scheduling appointments as soon as the vaccine doses come in.
  3. If the above doesn’t work for you, call (707) 441-5000. Leave a message stating that you are an IHSS worker and that you need the vaccine. Leave your contact information in the message.
  4. For the 2nd dose, you will receive an email invite 5-8 days before it is due. If that does not work call the number. Be sure to state in your message that this is for the 2nd dose.

The county has just started setting up appointments, call 707-263-8174 or email nhoac@lakecountyca.gov

**You must be an IHSS provider working in Los Angeles County.

Additional locations in Los Angeles County will continue to be added. Please visit the Los Angeles County Public Health Department website for additional details or call (833) 540-0473 between 8:00AM – 8:30PM.

Make Appointment


Call 707-472-2663 to schedule an appointment.

As of Jan 14, there is a waitlist, please call 530-233-6311, 530-233-1350 or 530-640-3171 to join it and get information about when you can receive the vaccine.

The Public Authority has contacted providers who are 75 years of age and above with information about how to make an appointment, it will contact providers as quickly as possible as the County receives more supply of the vaccine.

**You must be an IHSS provider working in San Bernardino County.

For 1st dose appointment dates, please visit the County websitehttps://sbcovid19.com/vaccine/locations/#load

For 2nd  dose appointments, please visit the County website https://sbcovid19.com/vaccine/locations/second-dose-appointments/#load

County Vaccine Registration Help Line: (909) 387-3911



Human Resource Test Center
175 W 5th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Weekdays 10:00AM-4:00PM

**You must be an IHSS provider working in San Francisco County.

IHSS Providers serving SF IHSS Recipients can drop-in at ZSFG hospital: 1001 Potrero Ave., Building 30 any day from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (NO appointment Requirement), or they can book online at https://myturn.ca.gov/ or schedule an appointment by calling (833) 927-1289 M-F 08:30-17:00.  They should bring an ID and pay stub (paper or electronic) showing any date past January 2021.

Santa Clara County IHSS providers and their recipients over 75 can now get COVID-19 vaccination.  You MUST work or reside in Santa Clara.  https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=LyDDCunDVk-DDQF9CdFrP2qDMth53-JDvTYu9p1HXCVUQTJMRE9OR0NZV1ZYVFRVTDBLODBSM1pGUy4u

Residents without internet access or who need additional assistance can make appointments for the County Health System vaccine sites through the Valley Connection Call Center at 408-970-2000. The Call Center is open Monday through Friday from 7am to 9pm and Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 4:30pm. Assistance is available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and other languages.

Shasta County Public Authority has sent out information to register for the vaccine to providers via email and mail.  Please contact your organizer for more assistance.

Please contact your health care provider to make an appointment for the vaccine; the Solano County warmline is: 707-784-8988

In Sonoma County, the COVID-19 vaccine is now available for IHSS providers.  Beginning the week of 1/18, upon receiving an e-mail invite, IHSS providers can schedule a vaccine appointment at one of several locations around the county.

Contact the County at:

530-527-6825 or covidvaccineappts@TCHSA.net

If you would like to receive the vaccine sign up at https://www.trinitycounty.org/COVID-19/Vaccine-Registration or call 530-623-8235.

We are currently scheduling COVID-19 appointments for Phase 1A, Tiers 1-3 – Healthcare Workers. Proof of sector required at vaccine appointment. Vaccination appointments are for people who live and work in Ventura County.

  • Vaccinations will occur by APPOINTMENT ONLY
  • The link is for the recipient ONLY and you must not share the link with the public or family members. You must not sign up anyone other than yourself for an appointment **Please note the PrepMod system will provide a misleading option to sign up family. This is absolutely not allowed at this time

Staff will be required to show one of the following four pieces of identification:

  • Health Care Worker employee badge with photo, OR
  • Professional license AND a photo ID, OR
  • Signed letter from employer on facility letterhead AND a photo ID, OR
  • Payment stub from healthcare provider with your name AND a photo ID

For residents of facilities:

  • Please provide a medical face sheet or LIC610

For more information on Covid-19 Vaccinations for Ventura County, please refer to the Ventura County Covid-19 Vaccination Registration Portal.

The Department of Public Health has reached out to providers by email and phone with information about getting an appointment. Contact the Public Authority for assistance.

Vaccination clinics begin on January 23rd, check your email (including spam folder) for the details or contact the Public Authority for more information.