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  • Description: Provides no-cost or low-cost health insurance for adults who are aged (65 years or older), blind, disabled, pregnant, or in a long-term facility; for children who are under 21 years of age; or for families with children who receive CalWORKs and/or are deprived of support or care because at least one of their parents is unemployed/underemployed, absent, deceased, or incapacitated.Medi-Cal provides health benefits, including doctor visits, hospital care, immunization, pregnancy-related services, family therapy, and nursing home care. The Affordable Care Act ensures all Medi-Cal health plans offer what are known as Essential Health Benefits (EHB). The comprehensive services include the following categories: Outpatient (Ambulatory) services Emergency services Hospitalization Maternity and Newborn care Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services Prescription Drugs Programs such as physical and occupational therapy (known as Rehabilitative & Habilitative Services) and devices Laboratory services Preventive and wellness services & chronic disease management Children's (Pediatric) services, including oral and vision care.To locate a doctor or dentist that accepts Medi-Cal, go to Health Care Options website. Use the "Find a Doctor or Dentist tool" or view the providers and plans or call Medi-Cal Member and Provider Helpline. Please see the DHCS Medi-Cal Benefits page for additional information.
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  • Phone(s): (800) 560-0976, (916) 875-8908, (916) 874-2599, (800) 541-5555
  • Hours: Monday through Friday 8 am - 4 pm
  • Eligibility: Available to California residents who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, legal aliens, or U.S. nationals. There are several ways to qualify for the program. Some individuals qualify based on their household income level. Other nights qualify because they meet certain requirements concerning their health status or age. You are eligible to receive benefits if you are:Over the age of 65Blind or disabledPregnantIn a nursing or intermediate care homeUnder the age of 21A refugee living in the U.S. temporarilyAs a parent or guardian relative of a child who is under the age of 21, you may be eligible for Medicaid assistance if you're taking care of the child because the parents:Have diedDo not live with the childAre incapacitatedAre not employedYou may also qualify for Medi-Cal benefits if you are already enrolled and receiving benefits from one or more of the following programs:CalFreshSupplemental Security Income (SSI) and State Supplementary Payment (SSP)CalWorkRefugee AssistanceFoster Care or Adoption Assistance ProgramTo qualify for free Medi-Cal coverage, you need to earn less than 138% of the poverty level (2024), based on the number of people who live in your home. The income limits based on household size are:One person: $20,121Two people: $27,214Three people: $??34,307Four people: $??41,400Five people: $??48,494Six people: $55,587Seven people: $62,680Eight people: $69,773Nine people: $76,866Ten people: $83,960Eleven people: $91,053Twelve people: $98,146For every person in a household above twelve people, add $7,094 to the income limit.
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  • Areas Served:
    • Sacramento United States
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  • Physical Address: 210 North Lincoln Way, Galt, CA, 95632

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