Carewell SEIU 503 CARES Paid Time Off

Through the Carewell SEIU 503 CARES PTO benefit, eligible workers can get up to 80 hours of paid time off benefits. You may be eligible if you lost covered hours between June 1, 2020-December 31, 2020 for one of the following reasons relating to COVID-19, you worked at least 40 hours of bargaining unit work, and you have a Form W-9 on file with the Benefits Administrative Office.

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How it Works

The Supplemental Trust provides eligible participants who have Trust-Approved Qualified Health Plans assistance with their out-of-pocket premium, co-pay, co-insurance and deductible costs. The Benefit Trust offers premium-free dental, vision and Employee Assistance Program benefits.

Who is Eligible

You may be eligible if you work 40 hours of SEIU 503 homecare bargaining unit work each month for two months in a row. The 40 hours can be for multiple clients, and can come from both homecare and personal support work. After you have worked 40 or more hours per month for two consecutive months, you will then need to complete a one-month waiting period while the State reports your hours to the Trust. Trust staff must receive and verify your hours data before you will be covered, so make sure you turn in your vouchers on a regular basis.

Learn More About Eligibility

Learn More about Eligibility by Downloading your Benefit Booklet Revised May 2016 PDF – in EnglishSpanish, Vietnamese, or Russian.

Commonly Used Forms



Carewell SEIU 503 Training logo

Are you looking for information about training? You can find out more about training and online orientation for new Homecare and Personal Support Workers by clicking here.

Important Update

Want to learn more about Carewell SEIU 503 benefits: Dental, Vision and hearing, Employee Assistance Program benefits, Healthcare Cost Assistance and Paid Time Off? Join us at a remote education event, either by phone or online. Besides English, events will be offered in Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Vietnamese. Click here for more information!

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