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One-on-One Assistance

We’ll help you explore your health options and simplify the enrollment process to get you covered all year.

Contact us today.

Whether you need help over the phone or in person, we’re here for you.

We are open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and accept walk-ins on most days.

Call us for more information.

Sacramento Covered Client Services
1545 River Park Drive, Suite #450
Sacramento, CA 95815

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Walk-ins and appointments

Sacramento Covered Main Headquarters
819 19th Street
Sacramento, CA 95811

Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. only on:
Saturday, January 7
Saturday, January 21
Saturday, January 28

Our Services

Covered California

Enrollment for Covered California ends January 31, 2023!

We’ll help you compare health plans, explore savings and apply for coverage.

Do not wait!


We will also help you find out if you qualify for Medi-Cal, which is open all year to apply at any time and at any stage of your life.

For current Medi-Cal members, redetermination will be reinstated in 2023. We can help you ensure your information is correct, so you don’t miss your renewal package and lose your coverage.

Medi-Cal is now also available to young adults up to age 26 and older adults over 50 years old, regardless of immigration status or legal residency.


If your monthly income doesn’t cover the cost of food, Calfresh can help. Calfresh is a program that helps you buy more food by increasing your grocery budget. You can use CalFresh benefits at grocery stores, farmers’ markets, and even online.

You may qualify for CalFresh even if you work part-time or receive SSI benefits.

We can help you apply for the program. Contact us.

Community Resources

We know it’s not easy to ask for help. We’re here to be that resource you need, and we can help start the conversation.

Whether it’s getting legal assistance, childcare, or transportation, we will help you connect to the resources you need to supplement your health.

Important Documents:

Here are 5 documents you’ll need to apply for health insurance and other programs:

  1. Photo ID
  2. Proof of Address
    For example: a utility bill, rental agreement, etc.
  3. Proof of citizenship or immigration status showing you are “lawfully present”
    For example: naturalization certificate, green card, employment authorization, etc.
  4. Proof of income
    Federal tax information from your most recently filed tax return. Bring all pages in the packet, especially Schedule C if you are self-employed or have income that’s not from wages
  5. Social security number and date of birth for all tax dependents/household members (even if they’re not applying for health insurance)