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21-64 Year Old, Pregnant, or Children in the Home

Because the Medi-Cal application process for people seeking help with their healthcare cost is much easier then those seeking Long Term Care Medi-Cal eligibility, our services tend not to be needed. For your convenience the following programs and your local DHS numbers have been provided.

Main State Offices & Additional Information
Department of Health Services
714 P Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916)445-4171

Department of Social Services
744 P Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 657-3661

Pregnancies & Healthy Families Programs
Healthy Families/Medi-Cal for Children application and/or information: 1 (888) 747-1222
Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM): 1 (800) 433-2611
Family Planning Services: 1 (800) 942-1054
Early and Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Program: 1 (800) 433-2611

What services does Medi-Cal cover?
Call Your Provider (your doctor, dentist, clinic, hospital, etc.)
For Questions about Dental Services or Medi-Cal Dental Programs: 1 (800) 322-6384

I’m having problems with my bill!
For Problems Or Questions Regarding Medical Bills, Call Electronic Data Systems: 916-636-1980
Medi-Cal Beneficiary Fraud and Abuse: 1 (800) 822-6222
I think my provider is making fraudulent charges: 1 (800) 722-0432
I need to know more about SSA or SSI/SSP: 1(800) 772-1213
(For hearing impaired: TTY 1 (800) 325-0778)

For further information contact your local Department of Health Services

Alameda County
(510) 383-8523
Alpine County
(530) 694-2235
Amador County
(209) 223-6550
Butte County
(530) 538-7711
Calaveras County
(209) 754-6444
Colusa County
(530) 458-0250
Contra Costa County
(925) 313-7987
Del Norte County
(707) 464-3191
El Dorado County
(530) 642-7300
Fresno County
(559) 488-1888
Glenn County
(530) 934-6514
Humboldt County
(707) 269-3590
(800) 891-8551
Imperial County
(760) 337-6800
Inyo County
(760) 872-1394
Kern County
(661) 631-6807
Kings County
(559) 582-3241
Lake County
(707) 995-4260
Lassen County
(530) 251-8152
County of Los Angeles
(877) 597-4777 Toll Free
(213) 639-6300
Madera County
(559) 675-7670
Marin County
(415) 499-7028
Mariposa County
(800) 266-3609
(209) 966-3609
Mendocino County
(707) 463-7700
Merced County
(209) 385-3000
Mono County
(760) 932-7291
(760) 932-5263
Monterey County
(831) 755-8500
(831) 755-4650
Napa County
(707) 253-4279
Nevada County
(530) 265-1340
Toll Free: (888) 809-1340
Orange County
Anaheim (714) 575-2400
Santa Ana (714) 435-5900
Laguna Hills (949) 587-8543
Garden Grove (714) 741-7100
Placer County
(530) 889-7610
(916) 784-6000
Plumas County
(530) 283-6350
Riverside County
(909) 358-3000
Sacramento County
(916) 874-2072
San Benito County
(831) 636-4180
San Bernadino County
(909) 388-0245
San Diego County
(858) 514-6885
City & County of San Francisco
(415) 863-9892
San Joaquin County
(209) 468-1000
San Luis Obispo County
(805) 781-1600
San Mateo County
(650) 802-5018
Santa Barbara County
(805) 681-4402
Santa Clara County
(408) 271-5600
Santa Cruz County
(831) 454-4134
Shasta County
(530) 225-5767
Sierra County
(530) 993-6720
Siskiyou County
(530) 841-2700
(530) 938-5100
Solano County
(707) 553-5311
Sonoma County
(877) 699-6868
Stanislaus County
(209) 558-2000
Sutter County
(530) 822-7230
Tehama County
(530) 527-1911
Trinity County
(530) 623-1265
Tulare County
Dinuba (559) 591-5804
Lindsey (559) 562-1377
Porterville (559) 782-4750
Tulare (559) 685-2600
Visalia (559) 733-6040
Tuolumne County
(209) 533-5711
Ventura County
(805) 652-7673
Regional Offices:
Oxnard (805) 385-8654
Ventura (805) 658-4100
Santa Paula (805) 933-8422
Simi Valley (805) 584-4838
Yolo County
(530) 661-2750
Yuba County
(530) 749-6311


If you still feel you would like some guidance through the application process for your particular situation we offer a one hour consultation for only ninety dollars.


For only ninety dollars the consultation will answer all of your questions that haunt your thoughts like, “Will I lose my home?” “Do I have too much money?” “What will the state recover?” etc. You will know exactly where you stand and what to do when going through the confusing Medi-Cal application process, so that you will not be intimidated by Eligibility Workers at the Department of Health Services.


After the consultation, you will have an invaluable knowledge of your own situation. With that knowledge you will be able to enter the application process with the control and confidence that people often lack when proceeding blindly into the often overwhelming application process for Medi-Cal long term care eligibility.

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