My Health LA

News Program Info and Updates

MHLA Video Production

Young Adult Transition

Below are the links to the power point presentations from our Young Adults Webinar held on October 31,2019:

MHLA has proudly conducted program overview presentations to the following:

  • Department of Public Health – Toxicology and Environmental Assessment Branch
  • Outreach and Enrollment Southern California Summit
  • Department of Public Health – Tuberculous and Prevention Control
  • Department of Mental Health – Access Line
  • Department of Public Health – Nurse Family Partnership Program
  • UM Collaborative

If you are interested in learning more about MHLA and having an informational presentation, please see flyer and contact:

Francia Nava, MHLA Program Advocate
fnava@dhs.lacounty.gov
(626) 525-5726

Info Sheets

Each fact sheet is designed and used to inform and educate members of the community about the MHLA Program. They are available for Community Partners to distribute.

  1. MHLA Intro Postcard
    Click on the language of your choice:
    English
    /Spanish
  2. MHLA Welcome Flyer
    English/Spanish
  3. “What is the My Health LA Program?”
    Click on the language of your choice:
    English/Spanish/Armenian/Chinese/Korean/Tagalog/Thai/Vietnamese
  4. “How do I enroll in My Health LA?”
    English/Spanish/Armenian/Chinese/Korean/Tagalog/Thai/Vietnamese
  5. Read the “Income Guidelines” for My Health LA.
    English/Spanish/Armenian/Chinese/Korean/Tagalog/Thai/Vietnamese
  6. “Next Steps”
    English/Spanish
  7. Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services
    English/Spanish/Armenian/Chinese/Korean/Tagalog/Thai/Vietnamese
    (For participants)
  8. Behavioral Health Services: Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services and Mental Health Services
    English/Spanish
    (For CP’s only)
  9. CP/DHS Patient Linkage Project Updated 10/30/2018
    (For CP’s only)
  10. Smoking Cessation Program via eConsult Referral
    (For CP’s only)

Smoking Cessation Information

Materials on smoking cessation programs are available in many languages. You can download them for free. You can also order them from the California’s Smokers Helpline.

  1. ASK, ADVISE, REFER (Tobacco Cessation Intervention)
  2. Patient fact sheets and flyers (Free to download)
  3. Printed patient materials that are available free.

  4. Free training and technical assistance for health care providers who want to learn more about tobacco cessation: