To find out which program you qualify for, check the program eligibility chart and follow these steps:
- Find your family size.
- Find your annual income in the corresponding row.
- Find the box where the two intersect.
- Follow the corresponding column down to determine which program you qualify for.
For example: If you have a family size of 2 (including yourself and a child) and you make $21,000 per year, then you would qualify for Medi-Cal for adults and your child would qualify for Medi-Cal for kids.
If your family income is less than 266% of the Federal Poverty Level, based on the chart, your child/children will qualify for Medi-Cal regardless of immigration status. For adults to qualify for Medi-Cal, their collective family income needs to be less than 138% of the Federal Poverty Level.
If your family collectively earns over 266% of the Federal Poverty Level, and are citizens or U.S. residents, your family will qualify for Covered CA subsidies.
If your income is more than 600% of the Federal Poverty Level, based on the chart, you can still apply for Covered CA. However, you will not qualify for subsidies.
We also offer assistance enrolling/referring to the following programs: