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NEVHC’s enrollment counselors can help you sign up for low-cost or no-cost health care plans and programs, including Covered CA, Medi-Cal or MyHealth LA.
Call NEVHC’s Certified Enrollment Counselors today at 1-866-MY-NEVHC (1-866-696-3842) for help enrolling in a health plan that is right for you. You can also get more information by visiting our Health Coverage page here.
Covered California is the health insurance market where Californians can purchase brand-name health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Covered CA has extended their open enrollment period through June 30, 2020 to assist individuals who do not currently have health coverage.
The Covered CA website can be found by clicking here.
Medi-Cal is free or low-cost health coverage for children and adults with limited income and resources. Medi-Cal covers low-income adults, families with children, seniors, persons with disabilities, children in foster care as well as former foster youth up to age 26, and pregnant women.
NAMI California COVID-19 Mental Health Resources
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) website offers guidance for taking care of your mental health, staying connected with loved ones and managing stress during COVID-19 here.
Coronavirus Testing Available for All LA County Residents
Free coronavirus testing is now available for all residents of Los Angeles County. You do not need to have symptoms of illness to be tested.
To schedule a test, click here.
Guidance: What to do after you tested for COVID-19
LA County’s Department of Public Health has provided guidance on what to do after you are tested for COVID-19. Whether you have symptoms or have been exposed to a confirmed case, you can find helpful guidance on how to proceed after testing here.
The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHCS)’s My Health LA
My Health LA (MHLA) is a free health care program for residents of Los Angeles County that cannot get health insurance, such as full-scope Medi-Cal. My Health LA website contains information on My Health LA eligibility, health coverage options, a directory to clinics, and patient resources. Access the website here.
The Los Angeles Department of Public Health
The Los Angeles Department of Public Health released new guidelines to help pregnant women and their babies stay healthy during the coronavirus outbreak. The guidelines provide advice on how to minimize coronavirus risk, what to do if you get sick while pregnant, and how to care for your baby after you give birth. Read the guidelines here.
One Degree’s COVID-19 Resource Guide
One Degree’s COVID-19 Resource Guide is updated Monday – Friday by 2 PM. The resource guide is a collaborative effort between Cal State LA, Los Angeles Department of Health Services, One Degree, and other community organizations and members who are committed to the well-being and health of our community. The resource guide includes healthcare resources and is available in English and Spanish.