At this time there are no changes to Medi-Cal, Covered California or any other public health coverage. Despite all the political rhetoric, all of the current health care laws and regulations remain in effect for the foreseeable future.
Medi-Cal and Covered CA: Medi-Cal is still available for all qualified individuals, including undocumented children. Covered California's open enrollment period continues through January for all coverage through 2017.
Family Resource Centers are located throughout SLO County and offer support in meeting basic needs, assistance through crises, and case management services. Family advocates can assist with Medi-Cal forms and other health-related issues. For a complete listing, download the SLO County FRC Directory.
The Health Access Training Project is a project of First 5 of San Luis Obispo County which advocates for quality programs and services to support children from prenatal to age five, ensuring that every child is healthy and ready to learn in school.