Health Access

Let’s all work together to keep our California communities healthy.

The state is mobilizing at every level to proactively and aggressively protect the health and well-being of Californians, but we cannot fight this outbreak alone. We need the participation and support of every Californian. That is why we’re providing recent, relevant and reliable information. Californians need to know how critical it is to stay home, learn how to stay healthy and where they can get help.

These actions are critical and there is no doubt our collective efforts save lives.

coveredcaHealth for All

COPE is proud to partner with Loma Linda University, United Way 211, El Sol, and the San Bernardino County Transitional Assistance Department to make sure that all Californians have access to health care. Through the “Health for All” campaign, COPE helps eligible residents in the Inland Valley apply for Medi-Cal health coverage. Medi-Cal is a no-cost or low-cost health program. It provides medical, dental, and vision services to qualified low-income San Bernardino County residents. Medi-Cal is available for individuals and families, children, and pregnant individuals with limited income.

Individuals who may be eligible for Medi-Cal include:

  • Children up to age 19
  • Adults 19 and older
  • Pregnant
  • In a skilled nursing or intermediate care home
  • Refugees (limited time frame)

You may also qualify if you are enrolled in one of the following programs:

  • CalFresh
  • CalWorks (AFDC)
  • Refugee Assistance
  • Foster Care or Adoption Assistance Program

To apply for Medi-Cal over the phone, please call 909-257-0328. A certified enroller at United Way 211 will assist you in completing and submitting your application. The call center hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 8:00 pm.

To partner with COPE or to request more information on our Medi-Cal outreach & enrollment program, please contact Demita Burgess (