California AIM (Access for Infants and Mothers) 

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State of California 

California AIM (Access for Infants and Mothers)

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California

Prescription Medication Assistance Organization Contact
AIM Program
PO Box 15559
Sacramento, CA 95852-0559
Phone: (800) 433-2611

Program Eligibility Requirements:
To qualify for AIM, you must be less than 30 weeks pregnant when you apply. You must have lived in California for the last 6 months. You cannot be receiving no-cost Medi-Cal or Medicare Part A and Part B benefits as of the Application Form date. 

You cannot have maternity benefits through private insurance, unless your coverage has a deductible or co-payment specifically for maternity services that is more than $500 as of the Application Form date. You must have a monthly household income (after income deductions) within AIM Income Guidelines.

Additional Information and/or Requirements (known):
The AIM Program covers all your medically necessary services from your effective date of coverage in the AIM Program until 60 days after your pregnancy has ended. The newborn is covered from birth through the Healthy Families Program.


Link: Prescription Medication Program Website

 

 

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