Click on a category below to get started on your health care resource search.
A list of local health centers with representatives who may help patients apply for Medi-Cal can be found at this link Covered California.
General Health Insurance Information/Counseling
Many local medical clinics offer patient advocates to help low income or underinsured patients determine what state, federal, or alternative programs are available, such as: Medi-Cal, Covered California, Medicare Part D selection, the Patient Assistant Program for medications, sliding scale discounts, etc.
Medical Care Expense Assistance
Prescription Expense Assistance
Blood Pressure Screening
Hearing Aids and Screening
Developmental Screening for Children
Physician Referral Services
Medical Information Lines
Medical Appointments Transportation
Also click on the Senior Ride Programs and Disability Related Transportation links for other services that may help get you to your medical appointments. Some area clinics also offer transportation supports to their patients.
Full-Scope Coverage for Pregnancy
Californians who are pregnant may receive Medi-Cal or MCAP coverage for all medically necessary services, plus dental and mental health services, while pregnant if otherwise eligible. This full-scope coverage extends for one year following the end of pregnancy (regardless of citizenship). The full-scope benefits include all medically necessary care, not just that related to the pregnancy.
To find more about the eligibility for these programs, see their websites. MCAP & Pregnancy Medi-Cal
As part of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), individuals eligible for pregnancy and postpartum care services under Medi-Cal or the Medi-Cal Access Program (MCAP) are entitled to 12 months of postpartum care coverage. This coverage shall include the full breadth of medically necessary services during pregnancy and the postpartum period. This is automatic for all Medi-Cal or MCAP eligible individuals who report a pregnancy or are postpartum, regardless of immigration status or how the pregnancy ends.
Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening
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