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Free Resources to you:
Free Cancer Screening For Women if income qualify
EVERY WOMEN COUNTS
Every Woman Counts
Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening
for Women of Low Income
1 (800) 511-2300
Every Woman Counts is a cancer detection program in the California Department of Health Care Services that provides California's medically underserved women access to screening and diagnostic services for breast and cervical cancer.
Eligibility for breast cancer screening includes women who:
Live in California
Eligibility for cervical cancer screening includes women who:
The 2013-2014 Federal Poverty Level Income Guidelines by Family Size can be downloaded here. (or google Every Women Counts)
The statewide toll-free Consumer 800 Number operated by the Cancer Prevention Institute of California provides a central referral point, statewide publicity and promotion of this program, and complete and consistent data collection from both incoming and follow-up calls.
Women can call the Consumer 800 Number to:
Get information about the program
Pre-qualify for breast and/or cervical cancer screening services
Receive referrals to participating providers in their neighborhood
The statewide toll-free Consumer 800 Number operates from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Calls are taken in English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean. Callers hear a brief initial greeting in English, followed by messages in each language to guide them to an Information Specialist who speaks their language.
CPIC attempts two follow-up calls to all prequalified women who call the Consumer 800 Number to determine if each woman has scheduled an appointment and received services.
In addition, women and men diagnosed with breast cancer and women diagnosed with cervical cancer can call CPIC to prequalify for the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program. CPIC’s Every Woman Counts Consumer 800 Number staff can provide referrals to Primary Care Providers who can enroll those diagnosed with breast and/or cervical cancer in the Treatment Program.
Every Woman Counts is funded by a federal grant and state tobacco tax revenue.
Excertp from DHCS website, pls google Every Women Counts for more info.
To see whether you qualify for Free Children's insurance,
pls google SacramentoCovered.org
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LATEST ON COVERED CALIFORNIA
1. 2017 Annual Open Enrollment is current closed.
You can only apply if you have a qualifying events such as work or household change.
For existing clients, please notify us for any changes in income, household, work and address etc.
2018 Annual Open Enrollment will be 11/1/17 - 1/31/18.
2. 1095-A Form: You will need this form to file 2016 taxes. Covered CA will send to you in Jan 2017.
3. Covered CA just made Vision Insurance available, please let us know if you are interested;
4. Dental: Adult dental will be available for purchase with the medical insurance; Pediatric dental is embedded;
5. All plan benefits and provider directories are easier to download this year. Please download from your insurance company's websites for your reference.
If you are an individual:
Consumer Website at www.CoveredCA.com
Click on this link to Kingman's personal page with Security Life for dental and vision plans.
If you are an employer:
IRS ACA-Focused Website
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