Health Care Programs VCHCA Mission Statement Every day many people in our

MEDI-CAL:
VCHCA Mission Statement
The Medi-Cal program provides full or limited
medical coverage based on eligibility criteria.
You may be eligible if you are:
Every day many people in our
• Under 21 or over 65 years of age
community face obstacles to
• A single, unemployed or disabled parent
accessing health care. Your Health
• Pregnant
Care Agency is proud to provide
• Blind and/or disabled
a system which ensures access to
• In a skilled nursing or intermediate
care home
quality, cost effective, culturally
• Of recent refugee status (within 8 months)
sensitive health care for all,
• Caretaker relative of a child under 21
especially the most vulnerable
To apply for Medi-Cal please visit the County
of Ventura Human Services Agency’s website at
www.vchsa.org or call (866) 904-9362 toll-free
for information about applying by mail or in
person at the office. Or you may apply on-line
at www.benefitscalwin.org.
Ventura County
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One Stop Center
This clinic offers a wide array of services for the
homeless and those at risk for homelessness.
Located in the Public Health building at
3147 Loma Vista Road, Ventura. It is open
every Tuesday 10:00AM to 1:00PM. Call
(805) 652-6694 for information.
Self-Pay Discount Program
Patients who have no insurance coverage and
who are not eligible for any of the other available
programs may apply for discounted rates. Please
contact (805) 648-9553 for more information
or visit www.vchca.org/selfpay.
V.V.C. (Victims of Violent Crimes)
Program websites:
Ventura County Health Care Agency: www.vchca.org
Healthy Families: www.heathyfamilies.ca.gov
Medi-Cal: www.medi-cal.ca.gov
Providing information on the programs
Ventura County Board of Supervisors
available in Ventura County.
This program is designed to help California residents
who have suffered an injury as a result of violent
crime. For more information call (800) 777-9229.
1st District
Supervisor Steve Bennett
2nd District
Supervisor Linda Parks
3rd District
Supervisor Kathy I. Long
WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
4th District
Supervisor Peter C. Foy
This program assists pregnant women, new mothers,
infants or children under the age of five to obtain
nutrition education, vouchers for healthy supplemental
foods, and helps find healthcare and other community
services. For more information contact WIC at
(805) 981-5251.
5th District
Supervisor John C. Zaragoza
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Ventura County
Health Care Agency
Ventura County Health Care Agency
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What Might I Qualify For?
This brochure contains information on a broad range of programs available within our County.
There is a program for everyone.
Health Care for Kids:
Health Care for Kids helps get children enrolled on an
insurance plan, such as Medi-Cal, Healthy Families and
other health care services. There is no charge to have
Health Care for Kids help apply for insurance programs. For more information, to schedule an appointment, or
for directions to the center please call:
ACE Program For Adults:
ACE Program For Kids:
This program allows residents of Ventura County to
obtain medical services only from Ventura County
Medical Center, Santa Paula Hospital, obtain primary,
preventative and specialty care services from Ventura
County medical clinics and VCMC’s affiliated clinics,
and primary and preventative care services from
Clinicas Del Camino Real clinics. ACE for Adults is
not medical insurance, but a program that covers
routine doctor visits, X-rays, lab work, urgent care
and emergency room visits, mental health visits and
prescription drugs—all with a minimal co-pay. You
must qualify for this program.
Offers eligible uninsured children medical services at limited
cost at VCMC and all County clinics. Eligibility criteria is as
follows: 0-18 years of age, if school age, must attend school.
May also be enrolled in CHDP, CCS or Emergency Medi-Cal.
Family income cannot exceed 300% federal poverty level.
Santa Paula: (805) 933-8361
For more information please contact the ACE Program for
Kids at (805) 677-5280 or toll free at (866) 481-7674.
Healthy Families:
You can apply for this program if you are:
• Over 19 and under 65 years of age
• A US citizen or permanent resident
• Live in Ventura County
CCS (California Children’s Services):
California Children’s Services (CCS) is a state program for
children with certain diseases or health problems. Through
this program, children up to 21 years of age can get the
health care and services they need for specific conditions.
These conditions include: cleft palate, leukemia, cancer, heart
conditions, complications due to premature birth, cerebral
palsy, and uncontrolled or difficult to control diabetes.
• You are not pregnant
• Must be under 21 years of age with an eligible
condition or disease
• Have no other coverage or program eligibility
• Must be a California resident
• At a family income level at or under 200% of
the federal poverty level
• Must meet family income guidelines
For more information please contact the ACE
Program for Adults at (805) 981-5070 or visit
www.vchca.org/ACE.
For more information please contact the CCS Program
at (805) 981-5281.
CDP (Cancer Detection Program)
Every Woman Counts- This program is for women in need
of a mammogram but do not have medical insurance. Once
diagnosed this program may assist with treatment expenses.
For more information please call (800) 824-0088.
CHDP (Child Health and Disability Prevention)
This program provides “Well Child” check-ups including,
immunizations, physicals, dental, vision, hearing, lead/
anemia/TB exams. This program is for low-income children
through designated providers. For more information contact
(800) 781-4449 and choose option 4 (CMS), then option
2 (CHDP) or call (805) 981-5291.
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Ventura: (805) 652-3326
Oxnard: (805) 677-5280
Simi Valley: (805) 584-4841 or (805) 677-5280
This program provides medical, dental and vision benefits
for uninsured children under the age of 19 for as little as
$9 a month. To qualify for Healthy Families you must be
under 19 years of age, a United States citizen or permanent
resident, and reside in California. You must meet the established income limitations.
For more information contact the Healthy Families
Program at (866) 481-7674.
Family PACT (Planning, Access,
Care and Treatment) Program:
Designed to assist eligible patients with family planning
methods, including reproduction health care screening.
Only enrolled Family PACT providers may determine
eligibility. This Program covers: Out-patient procedures
related to family planning, contraceptive pills or devices,
spermicides, and male and female condoms. In order to
qualify you must:
• Reside in California
• Gross income under 200% federal poverty level
• Must be at risk of pregnancy
• No other coverage
• Females must be under 55 years of age
For more information contact Family PACT
at (800) 942-1054.
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