Empowered Care

Cooperative caregiving lets you and your loved ones thrive.

Our Services

Capital Homecare Cooperative provides in-home care services to seniors and adults with disabilities including:

Showering, Hygiene and Personal Care


Transferring and Positioning

Toileting and Incontinence Care

Medication Reminders


Recreational and Community Activities

Planning, Preparing & Serving Nutritious Meals

Shopping, Errands, Transportation

Household Chores

Testimonials from clients

We take a lot of pride in being able to provide friendship, exceptional care and thoughtful guidance to our clients through this process, and are always so grateful when they reach out to tell us what it means to them

”Capital Homecare Cooperative..has been very responsive to my our needs, they are flexible when scheduling appointments…they are warm and friendly and treat us with respect!”
M.J.L of Tumwater, Washington

Who we are.

Dedicated to You and to Each Other

Capital Homecare Cooperative is a team of extensively trained Home Care Aids and Certified Nursing Assistants working together to provide compassionate care for elders and people with disabilities.

We believe that providing quality employment with living wages creates the best care for our neighbors in need.

We are licensed with the Department of Health in the state of Washington.

The case for a cooperative.

Some Common Questions

We know you’ve got questions. Here are the answers to our most common.

As a caregiver owned and operated agency, we know how important it is to bring experienced, reliable caregivers onto our team. In keeping with our Department of Health In-Home Services licensing requirements, we follow extensive measures to ensure that our caregivers are trained, professional and safe. Our caregivers are all licensed Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) or Home Care Aids (HCAs), meaning that all of our caregivers have gone through at least 75 hours of training in essential care skills, mental health, dementia, infection control and more. Most of our caregivers are also NARs, DDA-residential certified, and continue to receive thorough training to meet the needs of specialized care cases. All of our caregivers are required to have at least a year of experience before being considered for employment. Additionally, all of our caregivers complete State and Federal background checks and are fingerprinted. We conduct a lengthy interview process and require a probationary stage of employment before considering a new caregiver for ownership in our cooperative.

We do not have a minimum number of hours and are willing to do shorter visits to accommodate our clients’ needs. However, in order to cover the overhead cost  of paying our caregiver, shifts that are less than 3 hours are pro-rated. The full list of rates can be found on our rates page.

CHC provides non-medical in-home support services such as assistance with hygiene, medication reminders, cleaning, meals, and other tasks. The full list of services can be found on our services page.  All of our services are built around those we serve, so each care plan is unique and person-centered.