Path to Health enrollment and medical services were available at specified health centers.

About Path To Health

Path to Health was a pilot project of the CMSP Governing Board that started February 1, 2019 and ended December 31, 2023.

Learning Resources

See a list of helpful resources and materials, from benefits information to procedure codes.

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Path To Health aimed to provide preventative health care services to eligible undocumented residents of certain counties in California in order to foster a healthier community.

Applicants needed the following three criteria to qualify:

  1. Be an undocumented adult between the ages of 26 and 49 years old
  2. Live in a participating county
  3. Either be already enrolled in an emergency services only Medi-Cal aid code or supply sufficient verification of income at or below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level, are not pregnant, and do not have any other health coverage


  • Promote timely delivery of services
  • Promote preventative health care services
  • Improve health outcomes
  • Reduce the use of emergency medical services
  • Reduce need for inpatient hospitalization
  • Enable participating Community Health Centers to redirect resources to other service priorities

Member Forms

Resources for Path to Health members.

Provider Manuals & Forms

Resources for Path to Health Providers.

Marketing Materials

Informational resources about Path to Health’s purpose.

News & Events

The Path to Health Pilot Program ended on 12/31/23. A copy of the final evaluation report will be posted at a later date.

Path to Health Evaluation Report: Year 1

The “First Annual Evaluation Report to CMSP, Stakeholder Interviews & Enrollment Survey” (February 2020) prepared by the UCLA Department of Family Medicine, contracted evaluators of the Path to Health Pilot Project, is now available
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