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Covered California Open Enrollment has ended.

Do you qualify for a Special Enrollment?

You can qualify for a Special Enrollment Period outside of Open Enrollment if, in the last 60 days, you have: 

  • Lost or will soon lose health insurance, including Medi-Cal
  • Permanently move to or within California
  • Had a baby or adopted a child
  • Got married, entered a domestic partnership, or got a divorce
  • Returned from active duty military service
  • Released from jail or prison
  • Gained citizenship or lawful presence
  • Federally Recognized American Indian/Alaska Native


  • Individuals who are turning 65 and are eligible for Medicare need to contact Covered California by the 15th of the month prior to their birthday to request termination. Covered California can do this over the phone with the individual. 65 or older? For resources connect with HICAP or visit CoveredCA.

What is Outreach & Enrollment?

Shasta Community Health Center offers a FREE service to the community by helping individuals and families with enrolling into Covered California and Medi-Cal. Allow one of our Certified Application Counselors to help you in picking the health plan that best fits your needs. If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment give us a call at (530) 229-5117. We look forward to meeting you.

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