Health Services provides health care to everyone regardless of immigration status. Patients can receive primary care at Health Services clinics or My Health LA community clinics. Find a clinic by clicking here.
L.A. County also offers additional resources for immigrants and their families. Free legal help, for example, is available through the Medical Legal Community Partnership or the L.A. County Office of Immigrant Affairs. See below for more information about community organizations that can help immigrants with food, housing and more.
My Health LA provides free health care for adults 26 or older who don’t qualify for public health insurance like full-scope Medi-Cal. Patients can get care at one of 200 clinics across the county.
Medical Legal Community Partnership provides Health Services patients with free legal help with immigration, evictions, domestic violence, benefits and more. Call (818) 485-0575 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs works to advance the wellbeing of immigrants who live, work and do business in the county. The office connects immigrants with the services they need. Visit here or call (800) 593-8222.
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Immi helps immigrants by providing information about legal options, resources and knowing their rights. Visit here.
The One Degree website has a guide with information about accessing food, childcare, immigration help and more. Many are available regardless of immigration status. Visit the website here.
211.org has information for immigrants about rights, resources and available benefits. There is also information for people who are new to the country. Call 211 or (800) 339-6993 to learn more.