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MEDI-CAL FOR DACA RECIPIENTS
In order to encourage DACA recipients to take control of their health and get informed about their options, E4FC—in collaboration with the California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC) and the UCLA Labor Center's Dream Resource Center—created these two new educational resources about Medi-Cal.
Description: This FAQ addresses the most frequently asked questions that arise for low-income ACA recipients navigating health care access options, often for the first time. It covers such topics as Medi-Cal basics, eligibility, application response time, retroactive coverage and tax penalty concerns.
Authors: Nadia Rojas, Darwin Velazquez and Jazmin Segura (E4FC), in collaboration with the California Immigrant Policy Center
Description: A comprehensive, step-by-step guide that will guide DACA recipients through the detailed process of applying for and enrolling into the Medi-Cal program.
Authors: Carlos Juarez and Nidia De Leon, CIRCLE Project, Dream Resource Center
HEALTH CARE GUIDE FOR UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS IN CALIFORNIA
In their efforts to ensure accessible and affordable health care for Latino communities, Hope (Hispanas Organized for Political Equality) recently launched a "Health Care Guide for Undocumented Immigrants in California". In this guide (in Spanish and English) you will find many different health coverage options in your city of residence. Links to downloadable PDFs below.