Fact sheet on AB 1849 (Gipson): Medi-Cal for Emancipating Foster Youth
Letter to Governor Brown requesting signature on AB 1849, a bill intended to reduce barriers to foster youth receiving uninterrupted Medi-Cal services as they exit care. YLC co-sponsored this bill.
Letter of support to SSA regarding extension of window for foster youth to apply for SSI benefits when transitioning out of foster care
Charts showing numbers of former foster youth enrolled in Medi-cal.
Fact Sheet on Medi-Cal Coverage for former foster youth, including who qualifies, how to sign up and what does it cover.
Letter from children’s advocacy coalition to CDHCS regarding problems enrolling former foster youth in Medi-Cal through the single Streamlined Application on-line portal and urging programming changes that prioritize foster youth immediately.
Flyer from DHCS on Medi-Cal for former foster youth —who qualifies and how to sign up,
The purpose of this All County Welfare Directors Letter (AWCDL) is to provide County Department of Social Services (Counties) with guidance on the handling of the former foster care youth in the Mandatory Coverage Group and Optional Coverage Group.
This booklet, based on California law, covers some of the concerns of a youth in out-of-home care, including types of placements, guardianship, independent living, role of the courts, visitation, confidentiality, pregnancy, money, religion, driving, emancipation and rights and responsibilities of youth in out-of-home care, group or foster homes
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth in San Bernardino County (do I quality, how to sign up, what is covered)
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth in Imperial County (what is covered; how to sign up)
Fact sheet on who is eligible for Medi-Cal eligibility under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The ACA recognizes that young adults may have difficulty obtaining affordable, comprehensive health care coverage on their own. As a result, the ACA permits young adults to remain on their parents’ health insurance until the age of 26. For youth […]
Referral list of programs that provide legal assistance for people having trouble getting Medi-Cal or other health care services.
Webinar on Medi-Cal for Former Foster Youth (video)
Webinar (powerpoint) on Medi-Cal for Former Foster Youth
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth (Fresno County)
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth (Alameda County)
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth (Solano County)
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth (Santa Clara County)
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth (how to sign up in Los Angeles County)
Fact sheet on Medi-Cal for former foster youth
Flyer on Medi-Cal for former foster youth
Information of FFCC eligiblity requirements, including outreach form and aplication
Application and Statement of Facts for an Individual who is Over 18 and Under 26 and Who was in Foster Care Placement on His or Her 18th Birthday
Treatment of Former Foster Care Children’s Program
In a question and answer format, the California Department of Health Care Services Medi-Cal Eligibility Division answers advocates questions regarding the Affordable Care Act and Former Foster Youth.
Section 14005.28 of the California Welfare and Institutions Code. This section shall become operative January 1, 2014.