What documents may I be asked to provide?
  • Bank statements
  • Current utility bills
  • Most recent pay stub for all household members
  • Photo of identification
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of assets (i.e. current bank statements)
  • Proof of disability
  • Proof of household income
  • Proof of immigration status (such as a alien registration card)
  • Proof of pregnancy
  • Rent receipts or rental / lease agreement
  • Social Security card / number
  • Tax Household Status Dependents / Family Size
  • Telephone number
  • Work history
    Motor Vehicle Registration forms

For further information, contact us at 707-253-3818.

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1. What is Medi-Cal?
2. What is the difference between Medi-Cal, Medicaid and Medicare?
3. Who is eligible for Medi-Cal?
4. How is Medi-Cal eligibility determined?
5. What services does Medi-Cal pay for?
6. How do I apply for Medi-Cal?
7. What documents may I be asked to provide?
8. How much does Medi-Cal cost?
9. What is Partnership?
10. Does everyone on the Medi-Cal application have to be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national?
11. Can green card holders, including those who have lived legally in the US for fewer than 5 years, apply for Medi-Cal?
12. What is the difference between Medi-Cal services provided at Self-Sufficiency and those provided at Comprehensive Services for Older Adults?
13. My husband and I are applying for Medi-Cal; do I need to fill out two applications?
14. What is a Medi-Cal Notice of Action (NOA)?
15. How do I get a new Medi-Cal benefit card?
16. What do I do if I got one Notice of Action (NOA) saying that I am approved for Medi-Cal and another NOA with a different date saying I am approved or denied for Medi-Cal?