340B Prescription Program
As a patient of Bay Area Community Health, you are eligible for a discount on prescribed medications that can save you 20% to 50% on the cost of your medication.
We have contracted with a national pharmacy chain and a local independent pharmacy to offer convenient locations for your prescriptions to be filled and picked-up.
Your Primary Care Physician can send an electronic prescription request to its contracted pharmacies or give you a hand-written prescription for you to take to the contracted pharmacy.
Comprehensive Perinatal Service
The program offers a wide range of services to pregnant Medi-Cal recipients from the date of conception through 60 days after the month of delivery.
nutrition counseling, psychosocial counseling, mental health counseling, health counseling (including home visits), and health education programs (individual and groups).
Family PACT (Planning, Access,
Family PACT services are designed to support contraceptive methods for women and men, as gender appropriate, by assisting individuals who have a medical necessity for family planning services.
Family PACT includes assistance with family planning-related services to achieve and maintain optimal reproductive health.
There are two categories of services available in the program: Family planning services and family planning-related services for specified reproductive health conditions.
Every Woman Counts (EWC)
EWC is a comprehensive, public health program that assists uninsured and underinsured individuals in obtaining high-quality cancer screening and follow-up service.
In addition to offering screening and diagnostic services, the program is designed to facilitate regular rescreening of women with normal of benign breast and/or cervical conditions to provide diagnostic services for individuals presented with symptoms and/or abnormal screening results and to refer for treatment when necessary.
Gateway provides immediate comprehensive services to potentially Medi-Cal eligible children under 18 years old at no cost on the basis of “presumptive eligibility” until such time that it is determined that they don’t meet the qualifications for Medi-Cal or until they are provided Medi-Cal benefits.
The CHDP program provides complete health assessments for the early detection and prevention of disease and disabilities for low-income children and youth. A health assessment consists of a health history, physical examination, developmental assessment, nutritional assessment, dental assessment, vision and hearing tests, a tuberculin test, laboratory tests, immunizations, health education/anticipatory guidance, and referral for any needed diagnosis and treatment.
The CHDP program oversees the screening and follow-up components of the federally mandated Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT) program for Medi-Cal eligible children and youth.
(Vaccines for Children)
This program provides the full immunizations to children as required under the Center for Disease Control (CDC) at no cost to the family.
If your child misses a shot, you don’t need to start over. Just go back to your child’s doctor for the next shot. Talk with your child’s doctor if you have questions about vaccines.
Health Homes Program (HHP)
The Health Homes Program (HHP) is designed to serve eligible Medi-Cal beneficiaries with complex medical needs and chronic conditions who may benefit from enhanced care management and coordination. The HHP coordinates the full range of physical health, behavioral health, and community-based long-term services and supports (LTSS) needed by eligible beneficiaries.
The HHP provides six core services:
- Comprehensive care management
- Care coordination (physical health, behavioral health, community-based LTSS)
- Health promotion
- Comprehensive transitional care
- Individual and family support
- Referral to community and social support services, including housing