This program covers routine doctor visits, X-rays, lab work, urgent care and emergency room visits, mental health visits and prescription drugs—all with a minimal co-pay. For more information, visit or call 805-981-5070.
Offers eligible uninsured children medical services at limited cost at VCMC and all County clinics. For more information, visit or call 866-481-7674.
California Children’s Services (CCS) is a state program for children with certain diseases or health problems. Through this program, children up to 21 years of age can get the health care and services they need for specific conditions. These conditions include: cleft palate, leukemia, cancer, heart conditions, complications due to premature birth, cerebral palsy, and uncontrolled or difficult to control diabetes. For more information, contact CCS at 805-981-5281.
CDP (Cancer Detection Program)
Every Woman Counts is a program for women in need of a mammogram but do not have medical insurance. Once diagnosed, this program may assist with treatment expenses. For more information, contact CDP at 800-824-0088.
This program provides “Well Child” check ups including, immunizations, physicals, dental, vision, hearing, lead/anemia/TB exams. This program is for low-income children through designated providers. For more information, call 805-981-5291 or toll free call 800-781-4449, and choose option 4 (CMS), then option 2 (CHDP).
Medi-Cal provides full or limited medical coverage based on eligibility criteria.
- Apply for Medi-Cal
- Learn more about Medi-Cal
- Contact the Ventura County Human Services Agency or call 1-866-904-9362 toll-free
This clinic offers a wide array of services for people who are homeless and those at risk for homelessness. The One-Stop Clinic is open every Tuesday 10 am to 1 pm at 3147 Loma Vista Road, Ventura. For more information, please call 805-652-6694.
Patients who have no insurance coverage and who are not eligible for any of the other available programs may apply for discounted rates. For more information, visit Self-Pay Discount Program or call 805-648-9553.
This program assists pregnant women, new parents, and infants or children under the age of five get nutrition education, vouchers for healthy supplemental foods, and helps find healthcare and other community services. For more information, visit WIC or call 805-981-5251.