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Staff will be available to help with enrollment into Medi-Cal, Covered CA and My Health LA. This service is FREE and confidential. An application can be initiated, estimates on your monthly premium can be provided and/or just learn more about your health plan options. First come, first served! No appointment needed. For questions, please call (323) 254-5221.
For more information view the flyer in English and Spanish here!
A new forum for on-the-ground Outreach and Enrollment (OE) leads to share challenges and successes, best practices, tools and resources, as well as receive program and policy updates that impact outreach, enrollment and retention operations. This group provides an ongoing opportunity for OE leads to engage with their peers and colleagues in order to maximize the enrollment and retention of clinic patients in coverage programs.
OER Peer Network meets the third Wednesday of the month, 9:30am – 11:30am at CCALAC.
CCALAC routinely visits health care programs and job fairs throughout Los Angeles County to educate residents and students on the opportunities available within community health centers and enroll candidates in our Digital Recruitment Program. For the first time CCALAC, in partnership with the South Los Angeles Area Health Education Center (AHEC), will be hosting our own Community Health Career and Resource Fair.
Audience: Graduating students pursuing health-related career (ex: medical school residents, NPs, PAs, RNs, MAs, LVNs, MPH, MSW, and other allied health program students)
Health Center Participants will:
- Network with potential candidates from a variety of health care programs (UCLA, USC, CSU LA, CSU DH, LBCC, ELAC, WLAC, CDU)
- Receive hands-on support in connecting with potential candidates
Student Participants will:
- Network with these unique agencies
- Gain access to resources such as loan forgiveness programs and professional development materials
- Connect with potential job leads
Presented by The South Los Angeles Area Health Education Center (AHEC).
Refreshments will be provided. Parking will not be validated.
Students – Register Now! – Students who RSVP by October 12th will be entered to win a $25 gift card
Employers – You must be logged into the website to register. If you don’t have a login yet, Create an Account.
This two-day training is designed for individuals who want to provide full-service outreach, enrollment and retention services for clients. All free or low cost health programs provided in LA County are included: Medi-Cal (including both MAGI and Non-MAGI eligibility), Covered California, Medi-Cal Access Program, My Health LA and Los Angeles County resources for those that remain uninsured. Also included:
- Managed Care plans;
- coverage for pregnant women and;
- Issues affecting health care and the immigrant community.
Learn advocacy tips to help you and your clients navigate these complicated systems.
By the end of the training participants will:
- Explain varying eligibility criteria for the different health care programs including those for pregnant women, immigrants and the residually uninsured;
- Be able to calculate income and family size for both MAGI and Non-MAGI Medi-Cal eligibility;
- Understand how immigration status impacts program eligibility and scope of benefits;
- Demonstrate how to advocate for families when there are problems accessing health coverage and benefits;
- Have asked many questions, learned a lot and played some fun games!
Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Parking will be validated.
This event is for physicians and managers working in clinical settings who may benefit from enhanced knowledge and skills related to STDs
The 2018 STD Summit is an interactive meeting for providers where we will discuss:
- Current LA County STD data and trends
- New and emerging topics in the STD world
- STD screening and treatment best practices updates
- Patient Delivered Partner Therapy and Pre Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention
By the end of the meeting, participants will:
- Become more familiar with LA County’s STD data and trends
- Understand the importance of STD screening and treatment
- Identify at least one STD prevention activity that can be implemented at a clinic setting
- Identify any challenges and opportunities requiring technical assistance from Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and Essential Access Health
Join us as we work towards reducing STDs in LA County!
Please note that space for this meeting is limited to 150 participants; as such it is possible that not all registration requests will be filled. Priority for registration slots will be given to medical providers serving in leadership roles in clinics and respective agencies.
Note: Due to space limitations, registration is limited to 2-3 people per clinic or agency.
The Non-Violent Crisis Intervention® program is considered the worldwide standard for crisis prevention and intervention training. This one-day training will introduce clinic staff to strategies for workplace violence prevention and de-escalation.
- Identify warning signs that indicate an escalation toward aggressive or violent behavior
- Learn how to take appropriate measures to avoid, decelerate, and de-escalate crisis situations
- Assess the level of risk associated with crisis behavior and make appropriate decisions related to the management of such risks
- Use suitable and acceptable physical interventions to reduce or manage risk behavior
- Identify the impact of crisis events and describe post-crisis responses which can be used for personal and organizational support and learning.
Presented by Brenda Rodriguez, Emergency Management Coordinator & Chris Reiling, Member Engagement and Systems Manager at CCALAC.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Parking is available with advance purchase at the Union Bank Plaza.
You must be logged into the website to register. If you don’t have a login yet, Create an Account.