The Covid-19 Public Health Emergency is ending and millions are at risk of losing their Medi-Cal coverage. Here is what Families Together is doing to help.
Public Health Updates
The Covid-19 national public health emergency (PHE) is set to end on May 11, 2023. The PHE has been effective for over 3 years and many people may not know what the end of it entails. FTOC wants to ensure that everyone is informed on what to expect and how this upcoming change will affect healthcare and current policies.
FTOC’s mobile units help extend the organization’s reach to more medically disenfranchised communities, especially the homeless population.
Families Together paves the way for access to medication-assisted treatment in Orange County.
To help alleviate some of the financial burden that local families are facing, FTOC is giving away free school supplies for patients as part of its new back-to-school program.
Families Together is assisting members of the community with the Medi-Cal expansion and is setting a model for supporting immigrants through the program.
As March marks two years since the WHO labeled Covid-19 a worldwide pandemic, Families Together reflects on the role of community health centers during the pandemic.
Families Together of Orange County (FTOC) is pleased to have participated in the Afghan Refugee Health Assessment Fair on February 19, 2022.
Read about the Medi-Cal expansion and how Families Together of Orange County can help you apply for Medi-Cal just in time for the expansion which goes into effect on May 1, 2022.
FTOC is celebrating American Heart Month by shining a light on cardiovascular health and providing education to its patients and community on ways people can improve their heart health.