Immigrant Health

Healthcare is a human right, regardless of immigration status.

Undocumented Californians and immigrants can access health services through Medi-Cal – the state public health program, or a county health program. Eligibility is based on income and services change by county

      • Undocumented children and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipients are eligible for Full-Scope Medi-Cal in California, based on income.
      • Undocumented adults are eligible for Emergency Medi-Cal and county programs, based on income and county.


GET HEALTHY, CALIFORNIA!: A Healthcare Resource Guide for Undocumented Californians

Text 225568 with code Health4all to stay informed.
You have the right to:
  • Receive emergency health care services, regardless of immigration status
  • Enroll into a California county or state health program you are eligible for
  • Safe and protected information through state and federal laws
You have the right to remain silent and speak to a lawyer. DO NOT allow Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) into your home and DO NOT sign any documents.

 A Conversation With America: Know Your Health Rights

 Undocumented and Thrive

“We are so much more than a stereotypical story.”

“The need for healing within immigrant communities is pervasive… we must address the criminalization and policing of undocumented communities and provide accessible social and emotional support services.” - Pol[ICE] in My Head
  • Connect with UPLIFTin Los Angeles
  • Reach out to ASPIREin the Bay Area
  • AMPLIFY the stories of Undocumented API in the East Coast

Transgender Health Rights

“Trans is who you are. Healthcare is your right.”

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