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ACA and the Undocumented Population (Resource Guide)

California's current population is estimated at over 38 million (US Census 2012), of which 7 percent are undocumented immigrants. This means that close to 3 million in California will remain uninsured on January 1, 2014. 

With many Californians being part of mixed status families those who can get insurance will be treated while other family members will delay visiting the doctor due to lack of health insurance.

In response to this situation HOPE has taken the initiative to help this percentage of the population attain quality, affordable healthcare by putting together a statewide resource guide targeting 14 healthy communities throughout the state. This resource guide provides the information for health care facilities ranging from Del Norte, Oakland, to Los Angeles and San Diego.  

HOPE’s California Healthcare Resource Guide for Undocumented Immigrants provides readers with a comprehensive list of medical services provided at each clinic, along with service hours, phone number, address and the forms of payment available.

The California Health Care Resource Guide for Undocumented Immigrants is available to download by clicking the images below.

 



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