The CPCA Medi-Cal Health Enrollment Navigators Project (Navigators Project) launched alongside the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) has awarded $17.75 million to subcontractors for work completed between January 1, 2024 and June 30, 2025. The funding is dedicated to community health centers (CHCs) and regional clinic associations (consortia) that will assist with Medi-Cal outreach, enrollment, renewal, utilization, and troubleshooting efforts across California.

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Over 123 organizations, including 113 community health centers and 10 regional clinic associations, were approved by DHCS and CPCA for Navigator funding across 38 counties. Notably, some of these counties have not received any SB 154 funding to date or remain underfunded based on their percentage of Medi-Cal patients. Most organizations supported through this funding have not received any SB 154 funding previously, which demonstrates the wide impact of this program and investment.

This project will support California’s Medi-Cal redetermination and expansion goals through 2025 and will play a critical role in helping thousands of individuals maintain across California maintain or establish their Medi-Cal coverage. In addition, it will enroll adults ages 26 through 49 to access full scope Medi-Cal services, regardless of their immigration status, as part of the Medi-Cal Adult Expansion that commenced on January 1, 2024. This project, its associated funding, and subcontractors will provide essential support to ensure access to care for all Californians. It is another crucial step towards achieving health equity in our state.

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