All Programs and Services
List of related programs and services that can help you find assistance, health care services for low-income individuals and families, for the elderly, personal care, specific diseases and children with special medical needs.
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- Access for Infants and Mothers
Low-cost health coverage for pregnant women.
- American Indian Infant Health Initiative
Provide extensive home visiting/case management services to high-risk Indian families.
- Assisted Living Waiver (ALW)
The ALW is the Medi-Cal program that pays for specific Assisted Living benefits provided to eligible beneficiaries residing in Sacramento, San Joaquin, Los Angeles, and in mid 2010, Sonoma, Fresno, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
- Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment
California provides free cancer screening for breast and cervical.
California Mental Health Care Management Program.
- Cancer Screening and Detection Program
Free cancer screening for some types of cancer.
- California Children’s Services
Treatment for children with chronic/life threatening health conditions/diseases.
- Child Health and Disability Prevention
Preventive health program for low-income children and youth.
- Children's Medical Services
Provides a comprehensive system of health care for children through preventive screening, diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation, and follow-up services.
- Community-Living Support Benefit Waiver Pilot Project (AB 2968)
Requires DHCS to provide a new Medi-Cal community-living support benefit to increase access to needed health-related and psychosocial services for persons residing in the City or County of San Francisco.
- Coordinated Care Management
Coordinated Care Management is for eligible Medi-Cal Seniors and Persons with Disabilities; identifies high risk and expensive chronic conditions and provides care management, education, support, and assistance finding and accessing health resources.
Dental Services are currently provided as one of the many benefits under the Medi-Cal program. The beneficiary services department within the Medi-Cal Dental Program offers a variety of Services for program beneficiaries.
- Drug Medi-Cal Overview
This website provides counties and direct providers with important information about the requirements of the California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Section 51341.1 and the standards applicable to substance abuse treatment reimbursable through DMC.
- Home and Community-Based Services for the Developmentally Disabled
The Home and Community-Based Services for the Developmentally Disabled (HCBS-DD) Waiver authorizes home and community-based services for developmentally disabled persons who are Regional Center consumers.
- Estate Recovery
Recovers Medi-Cal expenditures from the estates of certain deceased Medi-Cal beneficiaries for services received on or after the individual’s 55th birthday.
- Fair Hearing
Complaints about how benefits/services are/were handled, or if services have been denied or modified.
- Family Planning, Access, Care and Treatment
Comprehensive family planning services to eligible low income men and women.
- Genetically Handicapped Persons Program
Treatment for specific genetic diseases.
- Gynecologic Cancer Information Program
The Gynecologic Cancer Information Program (GCIP) was established in statute (California Health and Safety Code 138.4) within the Office of Women's Health to increase awareness and education regarding gynecologic cancers.
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- Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care
Provides public health nurse expertise in meeting the medical, dental, mental and developmental needs of children and youth in foster care.
- Health Insurance Premium Payment
Health Insurance Premium Payment Program is a program that pays private health insurance premiums for certain high cost Medi-Cal beneficiaries.
- Health-e-App (Provider Information only)
- Healthy Families
Low cost insurance for children and teens. It provides health, dental and vision coverage to children who do not have insurance and do not qualify for free Medi-Cal.
- Healthy Kids
Healthy Kids is a low-cost health care program available in many counties for children who are not eligible for full Medi-Cal or Health Families.
- High Risk Infant Follow-Up
Limited diagnostic services for children up to three years of age.
- Hospital Quality Assurance Fee - This link has been removed. This information can be located in the Providers & Partners tab, in Resouces, under Hospitals and Clincs.
- In Home Operations
In-Home Operations (IHO) is a section oversees the development and implementation of home- and community-based programs under Medi-Cal.
- IHSS Plus Waiver
Personal care and domestic services to persons who are aged, blind or disabled and who live in their own homes.
- Indian Health Program
Improve the health status of American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/AN) living in urban, rural, and reservation/rancheria communities throughout California.
- Intermediate Care Facility for the Developmentally Disabled-Continuous Nursing (ICF/DD-CN) (Pilot Project)
The waiver requires the Department to commit to maintaining access to care, provision of quality services, adhering to cost effectiveness, and open access to emergency services for the target population eligible for services under the waiver.
- Legislative and Governmental Affairs
This Office facilitates, coordinates and advocates for the development of legislation in the interest of public health.
- Long-Term Care
Increases the number of middle-income Californians who have quality long-term care insurance that prevents or delays their dependence on Medi-Cal.
- Medi-Cal (Indivduals and Families)
This is a public health insurance program which provides needed health care services for low-income individuals and families.
- Medi-Cal Eligibility Division
The Medi-Cal Eligibility Division (MCED) is responsible for the coordination, clarification, and implementation of Medi-Cal regulations, policy, and procedures to assure that Medi-Cal eligibility is determined accurately and on a timely basis by the 58 county public social services agencies.
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