“Do You Care For a Family Member You Live With?”
You May Qualify to Get Paid!
Structured Family Caregiver is a State-Wide Medicaid waiver program
Passion to Care operates in Georgia and Indiana. Learn if you qualify!
Structured Family Caregiving With Passion to Care
Become a Paid Caregiver for a Family Member at Home!
Serving as a caregiver for a family member is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do. Not only do you get to spend time with your loved one, but you also have the opportunity to ensure that they receive the best quality care possible. You don’t have to worry about strangers who may not be sympathetic or attentive caring for your loved one.
The Structured Family Caregiving program (SFC) with Passion to Care offers financial and support services to families that deliver care at home for a senior or disabled person. You may meet SFC requirements and be eligible for financial compensation if:
- You live with the person as the primary caregiver
- Are related biologically as a daughter, grandson, etc. or are related through marriage as a daughter-in-law, son-in-law, etc.
- The person you take care of is Medicaid-eligible and participates under the CCSP or SOURCE waiver program
- Please note that spouses of waiver participants or legal guardians are not eligible for compensation.
How the Program Works
On-boarding with Passion to Care
Once approved under the Structured Family Care program, you become a Caregiver with Passion To Care as the primary caregiver. This means payments for services are then directly deposited into your bank account weekly.
We Help All Along the Way
The state of Georgia and Indiana’s Structured Family Caregiving programs helps to keep families together, and provides financial incentives for a dedicated family caregiver to take care of their loved one.
All Caregivers have access to our professional coaches and clinical team with over 30+ years’ experience providing home health care to families across Georgia and Indiana.
What Caregivers Get Access to:
- Tax-free, financial stipend paid weekly and direct deposited for your caregiving services
- Coaching and guidance from our professional health coach
- Daily personalized care plan to follow developed for your loved one by our medical staff
- Telephone and email access to direct connect you with your health coach
What are SFC Program Requirements for Providing Care At Home?
To qualify as a family caregiver for payment under the SFC program, you must:
- Be dedicated to providing caregiving services at home
- Cannot have employment outside the home
- Cannot run a business from the home such as an online store
Who is Eligible to Receive Care?
- Need assistance with daily living activities such as feeding, dressing, bathing, and more
- Be Medicaid-eligible in Georgia
- Be a participant in the CCSP or SOURCE Waiver Program
- Lives with the person providing their daily care
What Daily Tasks for Taking Care of a Family Member Qualify for the Stipend?
- Meal preparation
- Getting in and out of bed
- Transportation to and from appointments
- Moving around the house
- Getting into and out of chairs
- Other activities of daily living