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Beginning January, 2014, all individuals will be legally required to have healthcare coverage. Under healthcare reform, the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare"), health insurance options are made available. In California, individuals should access "CoveredCa.com." Community college students stand to benefit greatly from the new no and low-cost health insurance options that will be available. These options include: the ability to join a parent's plan until age 26; expanded Medi-Cal eligibility; tax credits to help pay for health insurance; improved student health insurance plans; and catastrophic plans that provide emergency coverage at a lower upfront cost.
Disclaimer: Payment of your Health Fee does not qualify as a valid form of health insurance nor is it a form of insurance plan. Los Angeles Valley College Student Health Services does not endorse any insurance plans listed below, these are for your information only.
Your Health Fee is not the equivalent as having medical insurance. If you do not already have medical insurance coverage, we urge you to visit us at the Student Health Center or visit CoveredCA.com for assistance.
Articles and information provided by the Los Angeles Valley College Health Center staff on this website are for general information purposes only and are not intended to substitute for medical advice from a physician or other health care provider. Any information and/or suggested resources are not intended, and must not be taken to be, the rendering of medical services or the practice of medicine. Additionally, Los Angeles Valley College is not affiliated with any of the listed resources, with the exception of Valley Presbyterian Hospital. You should always seek the advice of a physician or other health care provider for specific health questions or conditions and before you begin any new type of medical treatment. Do not delay seeking medical advice or disregard medical advice simply because you have chosen to use this site.