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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. All our services are free and in your language.

Covered California

Open Enrollment for Covered California ended on January 31, 2022. However, you may apply for health coverage now if you have a qualifying life event, which is a change in your circumstances that allows you to purchase health coverage through Covered California.

We’ll help you find out if you are eligible for Special Enrollment, compare health insurance plans, explore savings and apply for coverage.


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

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


Calfresh is a program that helps people buy more food by increasing their grocery budget. With Calfresh, you can use your benefits at grocery stores, farmers’ markets, and even online.

You may qualify for CalFresh even if you’re working part-time or receiving SSI benefits.

We’re here to help you apply for Calfresh and see if it’s right for you

Community Resources

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 for Enrollment

There are 5 things you need to have with you to apply for coverage. 

Photo Id

Proof of Address (for example: a utility bill, rental agreement, etc.)

Proof of citizenship or immigration status showing you are “lawfully present” (for example: naturalization certificate, green card, employment authorization, etc.)

Legal residency is not required for some programs.

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

Social security number and date of birth for all tax dependents/household members (even if they’re not applying for health insurance)