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Immigration Status Doesn't Matter

Starting January 1, 2024, more people will be eligible for full Medi-Cal benefits. If you are 26-49, live in CA, and meet income requirements, you are eligible for coverage! Applying for or using Medi-Cal will not affect your immigration status.

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A partir del 1 de enero de 2024, más personas serán elegibles para recibir los beneficios completos de Medi-Cal. Si tiene entre 26 y 49 años, vive en CA y cumple con los requisitos de ingresos, ¡es elegible para recibir cobertura! Solicitar o utilizar Medi-Cal no afectará su estatus migratorio. ¡Y no es carga publica!

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According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, families who have a regular doctor (a Medical Home) experience increased family satisfaction and positive parental experiences, increased ability to meet the day to day demands of parenthood, and have decreased missed workdays, parental worry, and better health outcomes.

Are you pregnant? Worried because you don’t have health insurance?

Worried husband sitting next to wife in bed If you are low income and do not have insurance, you are immediately presumed to be eligible for Medi-Cal during your pregnancy!

It’s called ‘Presumptive Eligibility’, and it means you can see a doctor immediately without waiting for a healthcare coverage application.

Learn more:

See the resources below to find a doctor who can see you right away for your pregnancy and help you apply for Presumptive Eligibility.

Get Health Insurance

More people than ever are eligible for free and low-cost health insurance. Get the help you need to apply for Medi-Cal or low-cost health insurance.

Apply for Medi-Cal


Apply for Low-cost Subsidized Healthcare Coverage through Covered California

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Learn more about your Healthcare options

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Need more help?

Aliados Health

Aliados Health has a team of Certified Enrollment Counselors (CECs) who can assist you to enroll in or renew public (Medi-Cal) or private (Covered California) health insurance.  Our CECs are trained to explain the health insurance selection and enrollment process, to assist you in completing forms and providing required documentation, and assist you with health coverage renewals.

This assistance is confidential and provided at no cost.

Find a Doctor

For the health of your family it is important to have a Medical Home, this is the doctor you call when you are sick or need a checkup.

Each member of your family should have a doctor or clinic they can call on when they need healthcare. 

Partnership Health Plan of California

Partnership Health Plan


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  • When you join Medi-Cal, you must choose a primary care provider (PCP). Your PCP is the doctor you go to when you are sick or need a checkup.
    Find a doctor who accepts Medi-Cal

Community Clinics

Sonoma County Community Health Centers accept Medi-Cal insurance. 

Many will also help you apply for insurance. If you do not have insurance the Community Health Centers work with you to provide affordable services on a sliding scale.

Here is a MAP provided by Aliados Health to help you locate the Community Clinic nearest to you.

Santa Rosa Community Health 

Santa Rosa Community Health

Alexander Valley Healthcare in Cloverdale

Alexander Valley Health Center

Alliance Medical Center in Healdsburg and Windsor

Alliance Medical Center

Petaluma Health Center

Petaluma health center

Rohnert Park Health Center

Petaluma health center

Santa Rosa Birth Center

Santa Rosa Birth Center

Sonoma County Indian Health

Sonoma County Indian Health

Sonoma Valley Community Health Center

Sonoma Valley Community Health Center

West County Health Centers

West County Health Centers