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Eligibility is determined based on certain qualifications, including: Tax Household, resources, income, and residency; as well as, whether or not the applicant is aged, blind or disabled or has dependent children in the home whose parent(s) are unemployed, deceased, disabled or absent. Comprehensive Serivces for Older Adults (CSOA) Medi-Cal staff reviews resources and income information for all household applicants. Resources can include bank accounts, life insurance, burial funds, etc.
For Medi-Cal purposes, a client’s home of residence and one vehicle is exempt. The resource limit for one person is $2,000 and for two people it is $3,000*. The property limit is then increased for each additional dependent living in the home. *The resource level is significantly increased for persons entering Long Term Care (Nursing Home) who have a spouse still living at home. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
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Medi-Cal is California’s free or low-cost healthcare coverage for California residents who meet eligibility requirements for the healthcare program. The program pays for a variety of medical services for people with limited income and resources. Medi-Cal is supported by federal and state taxes. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
You may be eligible for Medi-Cal if you are:
Medi-Cal may pay for:
You must complete a Medi-Cal application and provide the required documents. Applications may be picked up at:Comprehensive Services for Older Adults650 Imperial WaySuite 101Napa, CA 94559
Or you may contact the office by phone at 707-253-3818 and have an application mailed to you. You can also complete the application on-line at Covered California or C4yourself websites. Applications are processed by mail or on-line, although applicants have the option of in-person interviews.
For many individuals who enroll in Medi-Cal, there is no premium, no co-payment, and no out of pocket cost. Some households who have income over the allotted thresholds will see a monthly Share-of-Cost (deductible). For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
Partnership Healthplan of California is a managed care organization that contracts with the State of California to ensure that Medi-Cal recipients in Napa and certain other California counties have access to quality medical care. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
No. You may qualify for health Insurance through Medi-Cal even if you are not a U.S citizen or a U.S national. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
Yes. A lawful permanent resident (green card holder) is eligible for Medi-Cal regardless of their date of entry if they meet all other eligibility requirements. Under current Medi-Cal policy, eligible green card holders can get full scope Medi-Cal in California even if they have been in the United States for less than five years. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
The Medi-Cal programs offered through Comprehensive Services for Older Adults are primarily focused on the elderly and disabled population here in Napa County as the regulations for the program are more complex and comprehensive than those offered through Self-Sufficiency. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
No. One application per household is all that is needed. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
A Medi-Cal NOA is a written notice that gives Medi-Cal applicants and beneficiaries an explanation of their eligibility for Medi-Cal coverage or benefits. The NOA should include the eligibility decision and effective date of coverage, as well as any changes made in your eligibility status or level of benefits. The NOA must also include information about your hearing rights and how to appeal the decision if you disagree with the eligibility determination. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.
You can call 707-253-3818 or come into the Comprehensive Services for Older Adults office and request a new card. The cards are mailed out from the State of California at the close of business. You should receive a new card within four to six business days.
If both NOAs say you are eligible, then you have eligibility from the earliest month listed on your NOAs. If you got two NOAs, and one says you are eligible and the other says you are not eligible, then you have eligibility from the month listed on the NOA saying you are approved. If you have any questions about your eligibility, please contact your local county office at the phone number listed on the NOA. If you disagree with any decision that has been made, you may file an appeal. For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.