Connecticut Homemaker Companion Agency Bond
Connecticut Homemaker Companion Agency Bond Information
Homemaker-companion agencies must be registered with the Department of Consumer Protection before engaging in business in the state of Connecticut. A surety bond is required as part of this registration. In addition to the surety bond, the Department requires a fully executed registration application.
Getting Your Connecticut Business License or Registration
Homemaker-companion agencies must be registered with the Department of Consumer Protection in order to legally operate in Connecticut. A homemaker-companion agency is defined by the state of Connecticut as: "...any public or private organization, employing one or more persons that is engaged in the business of providing companion services or homemaker services. Homemaker-companion agency shall not include a home health care agency, as defined in subsection (d) of section 19a-490 of the general statutes, or a homemaker-home health aide agency, as defined in subsection (e) of section 19a-490 of the general statutes."