This fact sheet explains how to obtain transportation to your medical appointments from your Medi-Cal Managed Care Plan (MCP). The end of this publication discusses how to obtain transportation services if you have Fee-For-Service (FFS) Medi-Cal.
This pub tells you about health programs for people with low income, such as Medi-Cal. The pub tells you how to apply for them. It tells you how “Covered California” and county Medi-Cal offices deal with your application. It tells you about computer systems used by the programs.
The federal Medicaid program provides health care to low-income people, including seniors, people with disabilities, and children. Medicaid is funded through a combination of state and federal dollars. States run their own Medicaid programs and have to follow certain federal rules, but have some flexibility in the services they offer.
This pub tells you about Medi-Cal with a share-of-cost. You may have a share-of-cost when your income is over a certain amount. It means you have to spend a certain amount of money each month before Medi-Cal will pay for services. This pub tells you what kinds of things count towards a share-of-cost.
Many people have questions about how a nonrecurring lump sum (one-time-only) payment will affect their Medi-Cal eligibility. This publication describes how lump sum payments affect eligibility for certain Medi-Cal programs for seniors and persons with disabilities. It explains what happens to your Medi-Cal when you receive a one-time or lump-sum payment, and when and whether an unspent lump-sum payment counts as a resource in the following month.
This publication and the accompanying worksheets are to be used to determine if an individual, couple or an individual in a family qualify for the A&D Medi-Cal program. This is a no-share-of-cost Medi-Cal Program.