Become a Caregiver

Do you want competitive wages, full benefits, and to schedule your own hours? Give us a call or register for an upcoming class (schedule below)! We can help you start work as a health care provider to perform caregiver services for those who need assistance.

What is a Health Care Provider?

A health care provider, or individual provider (IP), is somebody who cares for an older adult or adult living with a disability. Duties include personal care, light housekeeping, cooking, and possibly transportation.

What is Required to be a Health Care Provider?
  • 18 years of age and older
  • Pass a criminal history background check
  • Complete required state training
  • Be reliable
What are the Benefits?

This job offers competitive wages along with medical, dental and vision insurance. There is paid training, vacation and mileage. Most importantly, it offers a flexible schedule.

Carina is a free service connecting IPs and clients. If you are a client looking for an IP, or an IP looking for a client, click here to learn more.

Home Care Referral Registry

The Home Care Referral Registry matches Washington state residents who receive publicly funded in-home care services with screened and pre-qualified home care workers. Click here for more information.

How can I Become a Health Care Provider?

Call 509-458-2509 and ask for the Home Care Referral Registry to join the monthly hiring event.

View our schedule of upcoming classes

Note: For Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille Counties, call Rural Resources Community Action at 509-684-5645 for Leigh Ann Brooks, or 509-447-9997 ext. 4002 for JoDee Savage.