If you or your family have been receiving Medi-Cal during the COVID-19 public health emergency, you have stayed enrolled in the program. Starting April 1, 2023, California will start renewing Medi-Cal accounts for eligibility.
Take action today to keep Medi-Cal.
STEP 1: Log into your Medi-Cal account to confirm or update your address, phone number, and email address. If your information is not up-to-date your Medi-Cal coverage may end.
STEP 2: Sign up for Medi-Cal emails and text messages.
STEP 3: Check your mailbox for a yellow envelope about your Medi-Cal eligibility. You will receive a letter in the mail about your renewal status. If you get a renewal form in the mail, submit your information right away by mail, phone, in-person, or online.
- You have moved within the last two years,
- Your household size or income has changed, or
- Your phone number, email, or mailing address has changed.
Your Medi-Cal health care coverage may end if your contact information is not up-to-date.
No, receiving Medi-Cal is not required to get WIC benefits. If you are pregnant or your child is younger than 5 and gets Medi-Cal, you automatically qualify for WIC benefits and it may expedite the enrollment process. However, if you or your child are not receiving Medi-Cal we will check your income to verify your eligibility for WIC.
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