As a member of the Daughters of Charity Health System, the Health Benefits Resource Center (HBRC)’s mission is to improve access to health care to the sick and poor, as well as provide social services. Families will be assisted regardless of immigration status or income.
The HBRC is a one-stop information and referral service that links needy families to valuable government-sponsored health benefits and social services, such as Medi-Cal, Healthy Kids, Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM), and Calfresh (formerly known as the Food Stamp Program). HBRC can assist with health coverage information and the application process for such programs. Services provided by the HBRC are free to the community.
In addition, the HBRC provides ongoing case management and support for families experiencing difficulty related to their enrollment and/or access to their benefits. The center performs ongoing outreach to educate the community about benefits and safeguards that come with participation in government-sponsored programs.
The principle objectives of the center are to improve access to affordable care health care through health coverage information and application assistance and to provide:
Programs and services include:
The HBRC at O’Connor Hospital can be reached toll free at (877) 904-HBRC (4272)
Appointments available, (walk-ins welcome); services in English and Spanish.
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.