Health Access: California’s Uneven Safety Net – A Survey of County Health Care

This 2013 report from Health Access describes county-funded “indigent” health care programs for low-income residents in California. While there are comprehensive county-based programs in counties such as San Francisco, Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Los Angeles, there are minimal programs in many of the other 58 California counties.  The report also describes county-specific eligibility requirements, including whether programs are available for undocumented and other immigrants.

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