Eligibility to Services
Each program has rules about who qualifies
for assistance. Medi-Cal has a variety of mini-programs with
special rules that cover a wide range of income, property limits and
medical needs. For each public assistance program, facts about the
individual or household, including but not limited to, income, bank
accounts, stocks, vehicles, age and residency, will be verified.
How to Apply
living in Yuba County may go to 5730 Packard Ave., Suite 100 -
Marysville, CA 95901, call (530) 749-6311, or click on the
C4Yourself logo and apply online.
Applications may also be mailed into the
Interviews are done in the office.
However, in some cases the interview can be
done over the phone.
If an interpreter is needed please ask at the
time the appointment is made so one can be available for the interview.
There is no cost to you for the services of an interpreter.
What should I bring when I apply?
Proof of Citizenship -
you MUST have an acceptable form of ID when you go for the
interview to prove that you are a citizen of the United States. To
prove citizenship, provide your birth certificate, driver's license,
work or school ID, or voter registration card. Due to the laws, if
you are a legal alien, you may STILL be entitled to benefits.
Important Papers/Proof of Income
- you will need to show relevant documentation to have your eligibility
determined. Among these are your personal ID, Social Security
Number for everyone in your household, bank books, pay stubs, payroll
check receipts, copies of checks or benefit statements from your Social
Security, pension, SSI or other earned or unearned income. NEVER
LIE OR WITHHOLD INFORMATION. The information you provide is
checked against other government records and you could lose or reduce
your benefits if the information you give is not true and accurate.
Proof of Employment Status
- you can work and still receive CalFresh. However, you are
probably not eligible to receive CalFresh if you recently quit a job for
no reason or if you are on strike when you apply (unless you could have
qualified before you went on strike). If you do get a job you may
be able to continue to receive most of your CalFresh benefits depending
on the amount of your wages.
Social Security Numbers (SSN)
- you will need Social Security Numbers for every member of
your household, including children, even if they are toddlers or
infants. Since children may not have SSN numbers, you may still
apply for services and ask the worker to give you information on how to
obtain SSNs. You may also call the Social Security Administration
toll free at 1-800-722-1213.
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Foster Care provides payments to qualifying
relatives or non-relatives for the care and support of a child placed in
Visit the California Official Website for further information on
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General Assistance provides relief and
support to all Yuba County residents who are not supported by their own
means, by friends or relatives, by other public funds, or by other
assistance programs. General Assistance provides temporary
assistance to individuals who are not eligible to federal or
state-funded cash assistance. General Assistance in Yuba County is a
loan program for indigent persons; recipients participate by working to
repay the funds. General Assistance provides continued aid for
incapacitated persons while applying for and securing a continuing
source of support, such as Supplemental Security Income/State
Supplemental Payment (SSI/SSP). Whether a person is eligible for
General Assistance depends on a number of factors such as income and
property. A full financial eligibility determination is made at
the time of application and throughout the period of assistance.
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There are two basic programs that provide
assistance with paying for health care for an eligible individual or
family. Each program has its own rules to determine who is
eligible and the amount, if any, of monthly co-payment. Not
all doctors accept these programs for payment, so it is best you check
with your doctor.
provides medical, vision and dental services for people with full-scope
benefits. A person can be eligible for full-scope Medi-Cal benefits if
she/he is a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident alien and meets
other eligibility criteria. Restricted benefits provide emergency
services to individuals without satisfactory immigration status.
Restricted benefits allow a person to use her/his Medi-Cal for
emergency services only. For a pregnant woman with restricted
benefits, Medi-Cal will cover pregnancy-related services only.
Based on a person's family size and income, a person may have to pay a
share of cost (SOC) to the provider each month if Medi-Cal is used. A
person with zero SOC pays no portion of the medical expenses whether or
not Medi-Cal is used.
Path2Health & CMSP (County Medical Services Program)
CMSP provides medical coverage for adults who are
low income, without health insurance and are ineligible for Medi-Cal.
A new expanded CMSP program, Path2Health, provides health coverage for
those individuals below the federal poverty level. Individuals may
be eligible to participate in the Path2Health program at no cost for
their benefits. Those enrolled in CMSP will continue to have a
share of cost based on their income.
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Coast2Coast Rx Card
Coast2Coast is a free discount
prescription card. All members of a family can use the card. It is
always FREE and the card can be used immediately. There is no age,
income or other exclusions. There are no forms to fill out. To get a
free card, click
Then, simply take the card to a participating pharmacy to start
Healthy Families Program provides low cost health care to children under
the age of 19 years of age with family incomes at or below 250 percent
of the federal poverty level, for children not otherwise eligible for
no-cost Medi-Cal. Families pay a monthly premium of $5 to $15 per
child with a maximum of $72 for all children in the family.
For More information, please visit the
Healthy Families website.
For more information on Medical Services
call (530) 749-6311
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