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Beginning May 2016, all lower income children under age 19 will qualify for full-scope Medi-Cal services, regardless of immigration status. This expands coverage to an estimated 170,000 undocumented children in the state of California.

While the expansion of Medi-Cal allows children to enroll in health care, more needs to be done for the millions of adults locked out of accessing health care.

Everyone deserves access to health care, regardless of where they were born.

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Medi-Cal Enrollment – It’s easy as 1-2-3!

Step #1: What do you qualify for?

See the monthly income guidelines below to determine if you are likely eligible for Medi-Cal.

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Step #2: Gather Important Documents

To enroll in Medi-Cal, please bring these important documents:

  • Photo identification for the person completing the application
  • Social Security Number for each family member requesting health insurance
  • Proof of Current Address (utility bill, rent receipt, etc. )
  • Recent Income Tax Statement, if you did not file income taxes, you can bring current income verification for each family member including last four paycheck stubs, letter from employer, benefits award letter, etc.
  • Verification of Immigration Status for each family member requesting health insurance (naturalization certificate, U.S. passport, permanent resident card, or any applicable document.

Step 3: Visit an enrollment partner

Apply for health insurance coverage in-person by visiting your closest enrollment location:

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Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc.

302 Fresno Street, #102

8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(559) 237-2961

Available in English and Spanish.

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Fresno Center for New Americans

4879 E. Kings Canyon Road

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(559) 255-8395

Available in English, Hmong, Laos, Thai and Cambodian

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West Fresno Family Resource Center

1802 E. California Avenue

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(559) 621-2961

Available in English and Spanish. Appointments are recommended.

Available in English, Hmong and Spanish. Other languages are accommodated through phone translation services.

Divisadero Community Health Center

145 N. Clark Street

Easton Community Health Center

5784 S. Elm Avenue

Elm Community Health Center

2790 S. Elm Street

Garland Community Health Center

3727 N. First Street, Suite 106

Gaston Middle School Health & Wellness Center

1120 E. Church Avenue

North Fine Community Health Center

1945 N. Fine Avenue, Suite 100

Orange & Butler Community Health Center

1350 S. Orange Avenue

Regional Medical Community Health Center

2505 E. Divisadero Street

West Fresno Community Health Center

302 Fresno Street, Suite 101

West Shaw Community Health Center

4739 W. Shaw Avenue, Suite 108