There are many ways to qualify for Medi-Cal. Medi-Cal considers both your income and your medical problems. For information, call contact the following Department of Human Assistance Medi-Cal District Offices
Downtown Sacramento (916) 874-2256
East Sacramento (916) 874-3800
South Sacramento (916) 875-8100
Del Paso (916) 648-0894
Rancho Cordova (916) 875-8600
Elk Grove (916) 685-9273
Galt (209) 745-3484
For Other Medi-Cal Information (916) 874-2072
Can I get Medi-Cal if I am pregnant?
If you are pregnant and have a low income, you can apply for Emergency Medi-Cal. If you get Emergency Medi-Cal, services start right away. This means that you can get prenatal care. Call or visit a local clinic or hospital to apply. If you do not qualify for Medi-Cal, you may be able to get AIM. AIM stands for Access for Infants and Mothers. It is low-cost health care for pregnant women and their infants. To apply for AIM, call 1-800-433-2611.
Can I get mental health care if I have Medi-Cal?
Yes. If you need mental health care, call your County Mental Health Agency. You can also call the Medi-Cal Mental Health Care Ombudsman at 1-800-896-4042.