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Tulare IHSS Negotiations Survey

To win the best possible contract for Homecare Workers in Tulare County, we need everyone to be involved and we need to hear from you about your priorities. Please fill out this survey. Thank you for your participation!

If you need this survey in another language, please call our Member Action Center (MAC) at 855-810-2015.

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Are you Family or Non-Family Provider


It’s time to win the raises and contract protections we deserve. We listed a number of important issues below.

What is your #1 priority?*
What is your #2 priority?*
What is your #3 priority?*
Do you have healthcare?*
If you had the option to apply for Tulare County IHSS Public Authority provided healthcare coverage for yourself, would you opt in?*

Bargaining Team

Now that you have shared your priorities, how are you willing to help win this contract? (Check all that apply)
Will you take the first action and add your name to our petition which states: “We, the undersigned Caregivers, Consumers and Supporters of In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS), are calling upon decision makers – the public authority, the County, and State officials – to support our communities and bring dignity to the lives of Tulare County caregivers as essential workers by providing them with the rightful wages and benefits they deserve. When we lift caregivers out of poverty we are also lifting up our communities. Together We Rise!”?

Share YOUR Story

At times, I’m unable to afford food, rent, medicine or other basic necessities:
Can we share your story to help us win a strong contract?
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