Health Insurance Enrollment

The Pasadena Public Health Department seeks to reduce the number of uninsured children and families, and improve the overall health of Pasadena residents by providing access to care.  Our health insurance outreach program helps enroll single adults, families, pregnant women, and children in health insurance programs.  We have developed a strong network with community-based organizations, healthcare providers, and schools to provide a broad availability of resources.  Our outreach workers will help families find affordable insurance options, and help connect families to medical and dental healthcare providers.  Health insurance programs include:

Contact Information

Health Insurance Enrollment
1845 N. Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena, CA 91103
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Phone: (626) 744-6068


  • A State-funded insurance program for children ages 0 through 64, who are legal residents of the US, and do not qualify for other health insurance options
  • Eligibility is based upon income and size of the family
  • Pregnant women may also receive pregnancy and postpartum-related services
  • Provides comprehensive medical, dental and vision care, prescription medicines, mental health services and hospitalizations
  • Additional information can be found on the California Department of Health Care Services Website: Medi-Cal Frequently Asked Questions

Covered California

  • California’s online marketplace, or the “Exchange,” for purchasing quality health insurance
  • Eligibility is based upon income, size of the family, and citizenship
  • Applications are only accepted during the open enrollment period, or if you are experiencing a qualifying life event
  • Additional information can be found at

Presumptive Eligibility (PE)

  • Immediate and temporary Medi-Cal coverage for low-income pregnant women and women who believe that they may be pregnant, who do not have health insurance or Medi-Cal coverage for prenatal care
  • Additional information can be found on the California Department of Health Care Services Website: Presumptive Eligibility for Pregnant Women