The intent of the Homemaker Program is to provide in-home supportive services for individuals requiring assistance with activities such as housekeeping, essential shopping, meal preparation and laundry to prevent or delay placement in a long-term care facility.
What Services Can the Homemaker Program Provide?
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
Who is Eligible for the Homemaker Program?
To be eligible for services, an individual must meet the following requirements:
- Be 65 years of age or older, OR
- Be diagnosed with a physical disability that sustainability limits your ability to complete Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
- Be financially eligible (call for current income guidelines).
How Can I Apply?
If you believe that you or someone you know may be in need of Homemaker services,
fill out the referral form listed below, and contact the Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) office nearest you.
For a listing of regional offices, click here.
Once a referral is made to the appropriate
regional office, a social worker will contact the individual in need of
services to determine which services are most appropriate for them.
Once a person is determined eligible for services,
a social worker will remain in close contact with the client to assure services
are appropriate and are meeting the needs of the client.
ADSD personnel are dedicated to the provision of
quality services, which assist individuals to remain independent in their own
For Additional Information
The Homemaker Services are available statewide. Please contact a regional office to speak to an intake worker. Click here for a listing of regional offices.
Please view Policy CBC-MS300 Homemaker Program Manual.