Uninsured children with no employer-sponsored health insurance in the last three months
Not eligible for or enrolled in no-cost Medi-Cal
Children must meet citizenship or immigration rules
A families income must be greater than 100% and up to 250% of Federal Income Guidelines
What is the premium cost for Healthy Families?
Families pay $4 - $24 premium per child
Maximum premium of $72 per family
What if my child doesn't qualify for Healthy Families? Is there other health coverage I can get?
If your income is below the limit for Healthy Families, you may qualify for no-cost Medi-Cal. You can let Healthy Families send your application to the county office near you to find out if you qualify for Medi-Cal.
If your income is above the limit for Healthy Families, there may be other programs you can use. Call 1-800-880-5305 for more information. The call is free.
Does my child have to be a U.S. citizen to join Healthy Families?
No. Children joining Healthy Families must be one of these:
I don't speak English. Can I get information in my own language?
For information on Healthy Families. Information is available in several languages besides English. Call 1-800-880-5305 (the call is free) to ask for information in any of these languages:
Do I apply just once, or do I have to re-apply every year?
Once a year Healthy Families will make sure your children still qualify for (can be members of) the program. This is called the Annual Eligibility Review (AER). If you still qualify, you can stay in Healthy Families for at least another year, until the next AER.
Healthy Families The Healthy Families Program in Los Angeles County will identify and refer children needing mental health services to both directly operated and contracted agencies of the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH).
Early and Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Manual Early and Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Manual
This EPSDT Chart Documentation Manual is presented to you by the California Institute for Mental Health (CiMH). This manual is to be used as a reference guide and is not a definitive single source of information regarding chart documentation requirements.
Wiki A site dedicated to interpreting and explaining the State of California’s Mental Health Professional's Outcome Measures application, commonly known as OMA.