Will there be any cost to the family of a CCS client?

Some families may be required to pay an annual assessment and/or annual enrollment fee. These fees are used to help cover the following:

  • Coordinating care with other agencies
  • Cost of treatment
  • Mailing authorizations to these caregivers
  • Physicians and other caregivers
  • Process applications
  • Telephoning hospitals

All of these services are provided by the CCS program to ensure that clients receive the best care possible from physicians and specialists who provide medical care to children. The annual assessment fee is $20 and the annual enrollment fee is calculated based on family income and household size.

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1. How can I find out if my child has a CCS medically eligible condition?
2. Where do I apply for the CCS program?
3. How will I know if my child is eligible for CCS program benefits?
4. What if my child is Medi-Cal eligible?
5. What if I have private health insurance coverage for my child?
6. Will there be any cost to the family of a CCS client?