Path2Health Brochure


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Path2Health provides no-cost health care
coverage in 34 rural counties for uninsured,
low-income adults with incomes up to 100
percent of the federal poverty level (about
$10,890 annually for a single person).

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Path2Health Brochure

  1. 1. Welcome to Path2Health How Do I Apply?Path2Health is a Low Income HealthProgram (LIHP) sponsored by the County To apply for Path2Health benefits, you will needMedical Services Program (CMSP) to submit an application for benefits with MarinGoverning Board that provides no-cost County Public Assistance office. You can apply:health care coverage to qualifiedpeople living in 34 California counties. Online: Go to www.mypath2health.orgWhat Is Path2Health? By Mail: Call 473-3400 (dial option 7) to startPath2Health provides no-cost health care a mail-in application.coverage in Marin County for uninsured, Path2Healthlow-income adults with incomes up to 100 In-Person: Apply at Marin County Health &percent of the federal poverty level (see ref- Human Services, Public Assistance Office Inerence table inside). San Rafael or West Marin. Information on Enrollment San Rafael and BenefitsWhat is Covered? 120 North Redwood Drive—West Wing San Rafael, CA 94903 Phone: (415) 473-3400 Inpatient hospital services Fax: (415) 473-3555 Physician services Hours: M-F Outpatient clinic services 8:00am - 4:30pm Outpatient hospital services West Marin Prescription drug services 100 6th Street Physical therapy services Point Reyes Station, CA 94956 Dental services Phone: (415) 663-8231 Optometry services (eye exam and Fax: (415) 473-3828 United Way 2-1-1 Hours M-F allowance for eyeglasses) Free, confidential, information and referrals 24 8:30am -12pm and 1pm - 5pm hours per day seven days per week in over 150 Emergency ambulance services languages. Dial 2-1-1 for any kind of health or Laboratory and radiology services human service needs. Mental health counseling services Substance abuse counseling services If you are a person with a disability and require Marin Health and Human Services Emergency hospital services this document in an alternate format (example: Braille, Large Print, Audiotape, CD-ROM), you may request an alternate format by calling (415) 473- 3400 or TDD (415) 473-3344. This information is accurate as of October 1, 2012
  2. 2. Do I Qualify? Applying for Path2Health Public transit access to 120 You can apply in person, by mail, or by phone North Redwood Drive You qualify for Path2Health if you are: with Marin County Public Assistance office. Please note that the free Shuttle transporta-  A resident of Marin County When you apply, it may be helpful to bring the tion service has been discontinued since July following items. Your eligibility worker will tell 1, 2012.  Have an income of up to 100 percent of you if more information is needed. the federal poverty level (see table)  A picture ID card  Are between 19 and 64 years of age From San Rafael Transit Center  Your social security number  Do not qualify for Medi-Cal Route 257 – San Rafael Transit Center  Car registration  Meet federal citizenship and related (platform D) to Smith Ranch Road. Weekday  Checking/savings account statements service every 60 minutes requirements  Last two paystubs or other proof of income 2012 Income Guidelines Network Providers in Marin Local routes to the San Rafael Transit Center Persons in Gross Monthly County Route 45/45K – San Rafael Transit Center family/household Income Limit (platform B) to Kaiser/Terra Linda via Marin 100% FPL Path2Health & CMSP Medical Providers Civic Center. Daily service every 30 minutes 1 $ 931 Route 49/49K – San Rafael Transit Center Marin Community Clinics (415) 448-1500 2 $ 1,261 (platform B) to Novato via Marin Civic Center. 250 Bon Air Road, Greenbrae 3 $ 1,591 400 Professional Center Dr. #424, Novato Daily service every 60 minutes 4 $ 1,921 3110 Kerner Blvd., San Rafael Route 233 – San Rafael Transit Center 5 $ 2,251 (platform D) to Santa Venetia via Marin Civic 6 $ 2,581 Coastal Health Alliance Center. Daily service every 60 minutes 7 $ 2,911 88 Mesa Rd., Bolinas (415) 868-0124 3 6th St., Pt. Reyes Station (415) 663-8666 Route 259 – San Rafael Transit Center 8 $ 3,241 (platform D) to Marinwood via Marin Civic 3419 State Route One, Stinson Beach (415)For families/households with more than 8 persons, 868-9656 Center. Weekday service every 60 minutesadd $3,960 for each additional person. Ritter Center (415) 457-8182 All Marin Transit services are wheelchair ac-Online: Go to 16 Ritter St., San Rafael cessible and hold at least two bicycles. One- way fare is $2.00 for adults and $1.00 forBy Mail: Call 473-3400 (dial option 7) to Path2Health & CMSP Dental Providers seniors/youth/ disabled.start a mail-in application. For additional information, call (415) 226- Marin Community Clinics (415) 448-1500In-Person: Apply at Marin County Health 0855 or go to 3110 Kerner Blvd., San Rafael& Human Services, Public Assistance OfficeIn San Rafael or West Marin. Marin County Dental Clinic (415) 473-5450 411 Fourth St., Suite C, San Rafael