When a child’s health is at risk, their family shouldn’t have to worry about how to pay for a potentially life-saving doctor’s visit or medication.
Today, two-thirds of the state’s children depend on Medi-Cal for their health care, and the need is only growing. On November 8, the future of Medi-Cal will be decided by Californians at the ballot box.
State and federal funded programs like Medi-Cal play a major part in the lives of nearly 7 million children, and 4.5 million working families who would otherwise have to forego the health coverage they need to become — and stay — healthy.
Healthy neighbors make for healthy communities. Be an advocate for programs that make us a healthier California.
Medi-Cal was built with the health of all Californians in mind. The service provides coverage to 13 million people — that’s 1 in 3 Californians — so they can focus on getting the care they need instead of worrying about how they’ll afford it — or consider going without needed health care.
No one should have to go without the care they need. Sign our pledge if you agree, and if you’re ready to vote to protect quality care for all Californians this November.