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Healthy Del Norte Kids

Children’s Health Outreach Coordinator:  Wendy Abasolo

(707) 465-1984

Del Norte Community Health Center
550 E Washington St
Crescent City, CA 95531

Healthy Families: delivering healthcare to children is a national mandate that targets those children who may not have access to standard healthcare systems. In 1998, Blue Cross was awarded participation in the state-driven Healthy Families Program.

Healthy Families Program provides low-cost health insurance for children and teens of low-income families who earn too much to qualify for Medi-Cal. No deductibles, small co-payments for specific services and Blue Cross of California's vast doctor network all work together to make this plan a great solution for California's children.

Who may qualify?

  • Children up to their 19th birthday.
  • Children in the family without employer-sponsored health insurance in the last three months.
  • Children living in California.
  • Children who are not eligible for or are enrolled in no-cost Medi-Cal.
  • Children who meet citizenship or immigration rules.
  • Children born to mothers enrolled in the Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM) Program, who are not enrolled in the no-cost full scope Medi-Cal Program or employersponsored health insurance.
  • Children in families with incomes within the Healthy Families Guidelines.

Who can apply?

Parents, legal guardians, stepparents, foster parents or caretaker relatives may apply for insurance for a child living in their home. Only the parents’ income will be considered. If you are a legal guardian, stepparent, foster parent or caretaker relative who lives with a child, your income will not be used to qualify the child for Healthy Families.

If you are age 18 or under, you may qualify to apply for your own insurance if you meet the income requirements.

Minors who do not live with parents, legal guardians, stepparents, foster parents or caretaker relatives may be eligible for Healthy Families for themselves or their children if they meet all other requirements.


This site is intended as a resource to provide Sutter Coast Hospital Patients better access to free or low cost medical coverage. For more help and information contact:


Debbie Youtsey - Patient Services - Sutter Coast Hospital

800 E. Washington Blvd. PO Box 2009 Crescent City CA 95531

Phone: (707)464-8960      Fax: (707)464-8839



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