You can get Health Care, even if you're an Undocumented Adult
Any Qualified Adult can now get Medi-Cal through Health Net
People who are able to get Medi-Cal can get complete health care despite their immigration status
These groups include:
- Lawful people living in the U.S. long-term, or "green card holders."
- Lawful people living in the U.S. for a short-term.
- Persons fleeing ill-treatment, like refugees and people seeking safety.
- Immigrants granted short-term secured status.
- Non-immigrant status holders, like those with worker or student visas.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Medi-Cal expansion to include undocumented adults. He did this to provide equal and just health care for all Californians. As a result, Health Net will offer Medi-Cal benefits to Californians despite their immigration status (living in the United States as a legal resident or not), starting January 2024.
We get you covered with Medi-Cal
You can get no-cost health care that covers:
Pregnancy/newborn care, and more
When you apply for Medi-Cal, it does not disrupt, or change your immigration status or your status as a United States citizen. Health Net does not collect or report immigration status information.2
You can enroll in Medi-Cal year-round. To enroll, contact Health Net Medi-Cal Enrollment Services toll free at 800-327-0502 (TTY:711), Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
For more information about Medi-Cal, go to:
1 Dental coverage is available in Los Angeles and Sacramento counties.
2 The government does not consider regular Medi-Cal services you receive in the community as part of the public charge determination. Public charge is defined as a non-citizen who is likely to become primarily dependent on the government for support.
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