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Stanislaus County Medi-Cal Office (Phone Number & Address)

If you are trying to locate a Stanislaus County Medi-Cal Office near you, we can help. In the county of Stanislaus, the Community Services Agency (CSA) runs the Medi-Cal program. You can visit a CSA office near you to apply for Medi-Cal, submit documents, attend an interview, renew your benefits, and ask questions about Medi-Cal.

In this post, we will provide the list of Stanislaus County Medi-Cal Office locations, with phone numbers.

However, before you visit an office location, you can save yourself time by reviewing our frequently asked questions below.

We have provided answers to the top reasons why people visit the Medi-Cal Office in Stanislaus County. See below.

For the closest Medi-Cal office near you, continue reading below.

"Stanislaus County Medi-Cal Office Locations"

Stanislaus County Medi-Cal Office Locations

The Stanislaus Medi-Cal office (CSA Offices) locations below are listed by area, so you have to scroll down to find the location near you.

Additionally, for each office location below, we have provided a phone number to call in case you have questions.

In addition to Medi-Cal, you can apply for CalFresh, General Relief, and CalWORKs at the following locations, which are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday:

See below for a list of CSA office locations in Stanislaus County:

Ceres Partnership Family Resource Center

1317 Grandview Ave.
Ceres, CA 95307
Phone (209) 541-0101
Fax (209) 541-0909

Newman Family Resource Center

1300 Patchett Dr.
Newman, CA 95360
Phone (209) 862-0295
Fax (209) 862-3754

Oakdale Family Resource Center

631 W. F St.
Oakdale, CA 95361
Phone (209) 847-0420
Fax (209) 847-0439

Patterson Family Resource Center

700 F St.
Patterson, CA 95363
Phone (209) 690-3100
Fax (209) 892-6949

North Modesto/Salida Family Resource Center

2020 Standiford Ave. Suite C1
Modesto, CA 95356
Phone (209) 338-0279
Fax (209) 338-0283

Hughson Family Resource Center

6940 Hughson Ave.
Hughson, Ca 95326
Phone (209) 883-2027
Fax (209) 883-2028

Parent Resource Center

811 5th St.
Modesto, CA 95351
Phone (209) 549-8193
Fax (209) 576-8718

Parent Resource Center

Airport Neighborhood Partnership
530 S. Santa Cruz Ave.
Modesto, CA 95354
Phone (209) 549-8822
Fax (209) 549-8823

The Bridge

605 Chicago Ave.
Modesto, CA 95351
Phone (209) 571-8430
Fax (209) 338-0257

Waterford Family Resource Center

12617 Bentley St.
Waterford, CA 95386
Phone (209) 874-8450
Fax (209) 874-8453

The Drop-In Center

908 Sierra Dr.
Modesto, CA 95351
Phone (209) 492-9785
Fax (209) 492-9174

Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County FAQs

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County:

Who is eligible for Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County?

Medi-Cal is available to Stanislaus County residents who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, legal aliens, or U.S. nationals.

There are several ways to qualify for the program.

First, you can qualify based on Income. To see the income limits, see our post on Medi-Cal income limits.

Also, you can qualify because you meet certain requirements that relate to your health or age. You are eligible to receive Medi-Cal benefits if you are:

  • Over the age of 65
  • Blind or disabled
  • Pregnant
  • In a nursing or intermediate care home
  • Under the age of 21
  • A refugee living in the U.S. temporarily

As a parent or guardian relative of a child who is under the age of 21, you may be eligible for Medi-Cal if you’re taking care of the child because the parents:

  • Have died
  • Do not live with the child
  • Are incapacitated
  • Are not employed

Additionally, you may also qualify for Medi-Cal benefits if you are already enrolled and receiving benefits from one of the following programs:

  • CalFresh
  • CalWorks (AFDC)
  • Refugee Assistance
  • Foster Care or Adoption Assistance Program

How do I Apply for Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County?

There are three ways to apply for Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County:

Is it safe to apply for Medi-Cal through Covered California?

Yes. Medi-Cal and Covered California use the same application.

This means that once you apply using CoveredCA.com, you’ll find out which program you qualify for. Some households qualify for both.

What Happens After I apply for Medi-Cal?

Here’s what happens after you apply for Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County:

Your Medi-Cal application will be reviewed by the CSA to determine if you qualify.

This could take up to 45 days.

To check on the status of your application, contact your Local CSA office (see list of locations above).

If the CSA determines you qualify and are approved for Medi-Cal, you will receive a packet in the mail with your Medi-Cal ID card.

Once you receive your Medi-Cal card, which is also known as a Benefit Identification Card (BIC), you can start using your Medi-Cal benefits.

You Must Choose a Health Plan

After you are approved for Medi-Cal, you must choose a health care plan and/or provider within 30 days of receiving your packet.

If you do not choose a plan and/or provider within 30 days, one will be assigned to you.

To see a list of health plans available to you in Stanislaus County, and compare plans, click here.

How do I see a specialist under Medi-Cal?

If you need to see a specialist, your primary care physician (PCP) will refer you.

The services must be approved before you receive them. This is also known as a referral.

However, you do not need a referral for the following:

  • PCP visits
  • Network Certified Nurse Midwife OB/GYN visits
  • Urgent or emergency care visits
  • Family planning
  • Basic prenatal care from a provider who works with your health plan
  • HIV testing and counseling (only minors 12 years or older)
  • Treatment for sexually transmitted infections (only minors 12 years or older)

Additionally, minors also do not need a referral for:

  • Outpatient mental health for:
    – Sexual or physical abuse
    – When you may hurt yourself or others
  • Pregnancy care
  • Sexual assault care
  • Drug and alcohol abuse treatment

Additionally, depending on how you qualify for Medi-Cal, the program may pay for all of these services (full-scope Medi-Cal) or just some of them (partial-scope Medi-Cal).

Are there any co-pays, premiums, or out-of-pocket expenses for Medi-Cal?

It depends. If you have a SOC or Share of Cost, you will need to pay that amount each month to your provider.

However, there are no other co-payment, premiums, or out-of-pocket expenses if you see and receive Medi-Cal-covered benefits through a Medi-Cal provider.

What is Medi-Cal Share of Cost?

If you make too much money to qualify for free Medi-Cal, you will have a Share of Cost payment.

A Share of Cost (also referred to as a SOC) is the amount of money an individual is responsible to pay towards their medical-related services, supplies, or equipment before Medi-Cal will begin to pay.

You only pay your Share of Cost in the month(s) you receive medical-related services, supplies, or equipment, including prescriptions and In-Home Supportive

After you meet your Share of Cost, Medi-Cal pays for your care for the rest of that month.

What is the Covered California Income Limit?

Here are the income limit guidelines for Covered California Plans based on a percentage of the FPL.

Covered California Programs Income Limit Guide
Federal Premium Tax Credit Eligibility 100%–400%+ FPL
Silver 94 100%–150% FPL
Silver 87 over 150%–200% FPL
Silver 73 over 200%–250% FPL
AIAN Zero Cost Sharing 100%–300% FPL
AIAN Limited Cost Sharing 300%+ FPL
Note: Covered California uses FPL limits from the previous year to
determine eligibility for its programs.

Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County Summary

We hope this post on Stanislaus County Medi-Cal Office Locations was helpful.


If you have further questions about Medi-Cal in Stanislaus County, please let us know in the comments section below.

Be sure to check out our other articles about Medi-Cal and California Medicaid program, including:

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