Medi-Cal Redetermination forms & Information
Please complete the Medi-Cal redetermination form linked below.
Keep yourself and your family covered (English Version)
Mantenga su cobertura y la de su familia (Spanish Version)
- Department of Public Social Services
(Call for the nearest district office)
(877) 410-8827 Toll Free
- Riverside Public Social Services Website
San Bernardino County
- Human Services System
Transitional Assistance Department
(Call for nearest district office)
- San Bernardino Human Services Website
If you no longer qualify for Medi-Cal you may be eligible for assistance with Covered California, which is a service of brand-name health insurance that is federally subsidized.
“There’s something very serious that could affect your access to health care. You could lose your insurance if you have Medi-Cal, IEHP or Molina. So I’m going to talk to you about how to make sure that you protect yourself so you don’t lose that insurance.
This is something that’s happening called redetermination. So this is not new. Usually if you have Medi-Cal insurance, you’ve got to do this once every three years. So that’s not new.
You’ve done this before if you have Medi-Cal insurance. But during the pandemic, they stopped asking the question. So people who needed this done did not get this done, and now they’re trying to do three years worth of work in one year. So you’re going to get some forms. You’re going to get a letter sent to you. You’re going to get email, some kind of contact from your health plan, saying to you that you need to fill out the paperwork.
If you don’t fill it out, you’re going to lose your insurance. Now, that’s a big deal because if you go to the ER with no insurance, you’re going to get a bill. If you go to the doctor and get shots, but you don’t have insurance, you’re going to have to pay for that. This is something very serious, but it’s easy to do if you fill out the form. It asks a lot of personal stuff about how much money you make. And usually once you fill all this out, it’ll retroactively kind of get you back enrolled in insurance. And I think there’s a 90 day grace period. So go to our website and you can get more details about this. See some of the links below. I want to make sure that you’re protected and that you take this very seriously.
So we’ll do our best to support you. But ultimately, this is on you. You’ve got to fill out this paperwork.”