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California looks to spend more than $100 million of state’s Medicaid money per year on housing

Lots of factors are at play in Marshall’s dramatic turnaround, but the one he credits the most is finally having stable housing, after the nonprofit Sacramento Covered helped him get …

California health program successfully cut hospital visits

A five-year experiment aimed at improving care for some of California’s most at-risk Medicaid patients — including homeless people and people with severe drug addictions — resulted in fewer hospitalizations …

Sacramento Covered 2022 Wrapped

It’s been an exciting year for us and we’re pleased to share some of our major highlights. Click the video below to view our first-ever 2022 Wrapped. View this post …

Aetna Recognizes Sacramento Covered and Sacramento Self-Help Housing with Community Heart Awards and $50,000 in Donations

“With Aetna Better Health’s donation, Sacramento Covered will be able to better support the housing needs of our clients experiencing homelessness,” said Kelly Bennett, CEO, Sacramento Covered. “This grant will …


April 25, 2022 WASHINGTON — A comment submitted today by California nonprofit organizations urges the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to act quickly in finalizing a “public charge” regulation that …

The path to healthcare for Medi-Cal patients now improving thanks to Health Net grant

Health Net’s $90,000 grant means more residents in the Sacramento region will have access to quality care and receive education about their Medi-Cal benefits. April 5, 2021 Health Net’s 2021 …

Board of Directors Thanks Sacramento Covered (Video)

The Board of Directors sends a thank-you video to the Sacramento Covered team for the great work they’ve done during an unpredictable year.

Mayor Thanks Sacramento Covered and Solomon’s Delicatessen For Feeding Homeless

Mayor Darrell Steinberg visited the K Street restaurant on Thursday to thank Sacramento Covered employees and the Solomon’s staff making and delivering meals.

Finding Shelter And Support Along The Road To Better Health

Under California’s Whole Person Care program, Sacramento is using Medicaid funds to help its homeless population find housing.

Sacramento County Point in Time (PIT) Homeless Count shows 19% rise in homelessness

The count, conducted over two nights in January indicates 5,570 persons experience homelessness on a given night, an increase of 19% countywide.

May 2017 Declared “Medi-Cal Awareness Month”

The California Coverage and Health Initiatives proudly declares May 2017 as “Medi-Cal Awareness Month” and releases a Medi-Cal Awareness Video with Senator Richard Pan, MD, MPH.

17th Annual Healthy Kids Day Provides Free Health Services and Resources to G1C

Thousands of Sacramento families to receive health screenings, coverage assistance, a no-cost Farmers’ Market and more.

2017 Champions for Coverage: Lizette Rodriguez

Sacramento Covered Health Navigator, Lizette Rodriguez was presented with the the Assister of the Year award at the 2017 Champions for Coverage reception.