Indiana Help at Home Employees: We’re Back at the Bargaining Table!

Indiana Home Care Lobby Day

The state of Indiana is making historic investments in home care! Our advocacy in the state capital and direct action during our aggressive spring legislative campaign contributed to us winning historic investments in the Indiana state budget. Now, Indiana Help at Home members are gearing up to negotiate over these increases to raise pay and improve our benefits!

This moment presents a great opportunity for us – we’ve never won funding like this before, and NOW is our time to build power so we can transform our jobs into quality careers we can thrive in.

Right now, there are thousands of seniors and people with disabilities across Indiana that cannot access home care services because of a workforce shortage and it’s threatening their ability to continue living independently in their homes and in their communities. This trend is only going to continue to get worse as our population continues to age, and more and more people come to rely on home care services.

We must improve Indiana home care jobs and services for both workers and our seniors.

Just like winning our ARPA bonuses, we need to stick together through our union to demand that Help at Home invest in us with this new funding.

Meet Our Bargaining Team

Our Bargaining Team of fellow Help at Home Indiana workers is fired up and ready to win! They will need our support throughout this process so stay tuned for ways to take action.

Angelica Campos – Valparaiso

Rebecca Lambert – Muncie

Samille Robinson – Crown Point

Pam Jones – Seymour

Dawn Edmaiston – Portage

Nakia Stewart – Michigan City

Cynthia Brewer – Indy West

Janet Sweet – Logansport

Jennifer Monhollen – Lafayette

Kendra Bush – Crown Point

Michele Ketelhut – Lafayette

Royal Davis – Indy West

Nancy Eagan – Bloomington

Jeffry Harker – Winchester

Ready to join hundreds of fellow home care workers in your contract campaign?

The first step is to make sure you are a member of our union by completing your online membership card:

Then, take the next step and complete your contract survey so you can weigh in on the top priorities we should fight to win at the negotiating table. Only union members have the right to decide top priorities so be sure to complete your online membership card first.