If you are trying to locate a Yolo County Medi-Cal Office near you, we can help. In the county of Yolo, the Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) runs the Medi-Cal program. You can visit an HHSA 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 Yolo 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 Yolo County. See below.
For the closest Medi-Cal office near you, continue reading below.
Yolo County Medi-Cal Office Locations
The Yolo Medi-Cal office (HHSA 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 HHSA office locations in Yolo County:
25 N. Cottonwood Street
Woodland, CA 95695
500-A Jefferson Blvd., Suite 100
West Sacramento, CA 95605
111 East Grant Avenue
Winters, CA, 95694
600 A Street
Davis, CA 95616
Medi-Cal in Yolo County FAQs
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Medi-Cal in Yolo County:
How do I Apply for Medi-Cal in Yolo County?
There are three ways to apply for Medi-Cal in Yolo County:
- Online at MyBenefits CalWIN
- Online through Covered California, at or by calling 1-800-300-1506.
- Call the Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) during business hours Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm at (661) 631-6807.
- Apply in person at one of the HHSA office locations listed above.
How does Medi-Cal for Children Work?
Children can qualify for healthcare coverage through Medi-Cal from birth.
If you receive Medi-Cal and give birth, your infant will automatically receive coverage.
However, remember to contact your Medi-Cal worker to make sure your baby has coverage.
Medi-Cal can cover the following medical services for children:
- Doctor’s check-ups and appointments
- Dental care
- Hospital stays
- Emergency care
- X-rays and laboratory work
How does Medi-Cal help Medicare beneficiaries in California?
Many Medicare beneficiaries receive Medi-Cal financial assistance that can help them with Medicare premiums, lower prescription drug costs, and pay for expenses not covered by Medicare – including long-term care.
Can I apply for Medi-Cal if I have Medicare?
Yes. Medi-Cal will work with your Medicare coverage. You could reduce your Medicare monthly premium to zero and eliminate most out-of-pocket costs.
How Do Medi-Cal and Medicare Work Together?
For services that both Medicare and Medi-Cal cover, Medicare pays first, and Medi-Cal pays second.
Also, Medi-Cal will pick up some costs not covered by Medicare, such as copayments and coinsurance amounts.
Here are some additional ways Medi-Cal and Medicare work together:
- Medi-Cal will pay your Medicare Part B premium if you have full Medi-Cal or a Medi-Cal share of cost (SOC) of less than $500.
- Medi-Cal pays for your Medicare copayments and deductibles.
- Medicare pays first for your healthcare.
- Medicare pays for your doctor, hospital, and other medical bills, as well as your prescription drugs. However, If you have Medi-Cal, you must enroll in a Medicare Part D drug plan.
- Medi-Cal pays for your prescription drugs that aren’t covered by your Part D drug plan.
- Medi-Cal pays for your long-term care and care in a nursing home.
- If you’re in a Medicare Advantage plan, you must get all of your medical care from in-network doctors and other medical providers.
I do not have insurance and I need health care. What Should I Do?
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), almost everyone has access to health care.
There are many options for free or affordable health insurance available to you.
Here are five ways to get health insurance:
- Sign up for government programs, like Medicare or Medi-Cal. If you are eligible for Medi-Cal or Medicare, all or most of your health care costs will be covered at no charge to you.
- Get health insurance through your employer or your spouse’s or parent’s employer.
- Buy insurance from Covered California, California’s health insurance “exchange.” Most people will qualify for Advanced Premium Tax Credits (APTCs) to help them pay for a plan.
- Buy insurance from a private insurance company on your own.
- Sign up for your county-operated health program
Medi-Cal in Yolo County Summary
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