Your county of residence, age, and income indicate that you may be eligible to receive coverage under the Path to Health program, once you have enrolled in a restricted-scope Medi-Cal program.
What is Path to Health?
Path to Health makes it easier for county residents – regardless of immigration status – that are already enrolled in restricted-scope (emergency-only) Medi-Cal to receive regular preventative care.
To qualify, Path to Health members must:
Be age 26-49
Live in one of the 35 CMSP counties
Be enrolled in restricted-scope Medi-Cal
Primary health care benefits covered by Path to Health include:
Non-emergency clinic visits and minor procedures
Preventative health screenings
Routine lab tests and adult immunizations
Prescription medications with a $5 copay per prescription ($1,500 maximum benefit limit)
Path to Health makes accessing these health care benefits easier and more affordable. Most benefits are available at no or low cost to members.
What do I need to do to receive coverage?
In order to qualify for Path to Health, you must be enrolled in restricted-scope Medi-Cal. If you aren’t yet enrolled, you will need to apply through the county social services department in your county Your health center may also have staff to assist you with the Medi-Cal application process.
Once you’ve enrolled in restricted-scope Medi-Cal: