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What Families Should Know About Changes to the Healthy Families Program

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Throughout 2013, all 875,000 children enrolled in the Healthy Families Program will be moved into the Medi-Cal program. Read about what families should know about the changes to the Healthy Families Program, and download county-specific fact sheets about the Healthy Families transition. If your child has experiences any problems in the Healthy Families transition, please complete this family feedback survey.   more...

Back-to-School Health Checklist for Parents

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
A Parent's Back-To-School Health Checklist, downloadable in English and Spanish, is a quick guide for parents to use to ensure their children are as healthy and ready to learn as possible when they go back to school.  more...

Urge Governor Brown to Expand Medi-Cal for California Families

Monday, May 6, 2013
Take action and call or email Governor Brown to tell him you are counting on him to expand Medi-Cal as soon as possible – California’s children and families can’t afford any more delays!  more...

State Fails to Ensure Access to Behavioral Health Services for Autistic Children Transitioning from Healthy Families to Medi-Cal

Wednesday, April 3, 2013
An unknown number of autistic children transitioning from Healthy Families to Medi-Cal were informed that they will no longer be able to access critical behavioral health services once enrolled into a Medi-Cal health plan. Families who called the state’s help lines have been unable to get definitive answers about how to resolve the problem and access these services. Children’s advocates are frustrated by the state’s lack of planning and attention to this issue, despite the fact that this specific concern about loss of services for autistic children has been raised many times over the past several months.  more...
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