CANCELLED: The Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for November 15, 2023, at 1:30 pm, at 3700 Branch Center Road, Suite A, Room 144A, has been CANCELLED.
Topic: IHSS Advisory Committee Meeting
Agenda: AG_15Nov23_IHSSAC-.pdf Minutes:Mt_18Oct23_IHSSAC.pdf 2023 AC Calendar Schedule: AC Meeting Calendar-2023(b).pdf
The IHSS Advisory Committee is a citizen body comprised of eleven members
who are appointed by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors. The committee
has a minimum of six consumers of In-Home Supportive Services or personal care
services. The other five members may be caregivers, advocates for senior and
disabled adults, or interested community members. The Committee's responsibility
is to advise the Board of Supervisors, the Public Authority, Department of
Health and Human Services, and other involved agencies about IHSS and make
recommendations to improve services.
This is a public meeting and anyone may attend. For information, and to
verify meeting location, please contact the IHSS Public Authority at (916)
The meeting facilities are accessible to persons with
disabilities. Requests for interpreting services or other considerations should
be made through the IHSS Public Authority at (916) 875-2005 no later than five
working days prior to the meeting.
How to Join
Do you have ideas about In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) and how to make
it a better program? Are you a recipient of IHSS or other personal care
services? If so, get involved! Have your voice count!
Due to the COVID19 Pandemic the IHSS Advisory
Committee meets on an as needed basis. It is responsible for making the newsletter
available to IHSS consumers, improvements in IHSS services, and broadening the
training opportunities for consumers and providers. Get involved! View and print the Advisory Committee Application (be sure to list "IHSS Advisory Committee" on the top
line) or contact us below!
The Committee's mission is to serve as a bridge to improve the IHSS system for consumers and providers by being an on-going conduit of information and advocacy to the Board of Supervisors for the entire community.