Supporting SLO County Immigrant Families During COVID-19
Coronavirus: resources, benefits and legal information
Please visit this webpage to learn more and access resources for family in San Luis Obispo County.
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Covered CA Re-Opens
With the large-scale job losses due to COVID-19, many people are losing their health insurance as well. Covered California, the state insurance exchange that provides health insurance subsidies to individuals who do not qualify for Medi-Cal, is now open for anyone who is uninsured.
Adults who work full time for low wages often earn too much to qualify for Medi-Cal. They will face new state tax penalties in 2020 if they do not have health insurance and they are at risk for high medical costs during the current epidemic.
You can help by referring uninsured clients to: www.coveredca.com/individuals-and-families/getting-covered/special-enrollment/
Clients can apply online at www.coveredca.com or get help from a certified insurance agent or certified enrollment counselor:
Download our Directory of Family Resource Centers
This quick and easy reference guide contains contact information along with a brief description of numerous resource centers available for families in San Luis Obispo County. The list of supporting organizations include pregnancy support, homeless resources, mental health and much more.
We invite you to download our 2020 Directory of Family Resource Centers and share it with your colleagues and clients.