For individuals newly eligible to Medicare, the Part B deductible cannot be covered. Therefore, the Medicare Supplemental Policies Plan C and F will no longer be an option for newly eligible individuals starting January 1, 2020. However, individuals who already have Plans C and F will be able to keep their current versions of the plans (grandfathered) and individuals eligible for Medicare prior to January 1, 2020, can purchase the current version of Plans C and F on or after January 1, 2020.

Medicare Supplement Policy Plan G will be the most similar option to replace Plan F.

The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. 


The Psychiatric Emergency Response Teams (PERT) consist of specially trained officers and deputies who are paired with licensed mental health professionals. Together, they respond on-scene to situations involving people who are experiencing a mental health related crisis and have come to the attention of law enforcement.


Hosted by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, the Take Me Home program is designed to minimize Law Enforcement response time and maximize search efforts to find a lost individual who cannot communicate. It includes but is not limited to persons with Autism, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Down Syndrome, deafness or any other Developmental Disability.


Hosted by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, the You Are Not Alone Program is a free service for San Diego seniors who live alone and would benefit from a daily check on their welfare. The goal of YANA is to help enrollees feel safer while continuing to live independently.


On the Gois more than a ride—it’s independence, community connection, mobility, and dignity. 


Seniors A Go Go reduces the number of missed appointments and helps older adults remain connected with their communities by providing transportation to essential locations. Contact ElderHelp of San Diego for more information and eligibility guidelines.


Does your Medicare Advantage plan include the SilverSneakers Fitness program? Ask us how to get it. The SilverSneakers network includes thousands of locally owned gyms and nationally recognized brands in fitness. You get access to a national network of 13,000 gyms and fitness centers with unlimited access.


A Federal Government Website managed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. This is the best place to obtain more information on the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Covered California, enrollment and affordability FAQ’s.


The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation: Topics, perspective and regular newsroom updates.

The Affordable Care Act, or health care law, contains benefits and responsibilities for employers. The size and structure of your workforce determines what applies to you. An employer’s size is determined by the number of its full-time employees, including full-time equivalents. 

As a small-business owner, you may qualify for a federal tax credit to help offset the cost of providing health insurance to your employees by purchasing coverage with Covered California for Small Business. To qualify for a tax credit, employers must contribute at least 50 percent of their employee premium costs.

A great source for honest information to help you eat right, exercise, and do what’s best for your body and mind.

These websites have information, suggestions and menus for healthy diets.

ou can join a FREE Healthy Living Class —In English or Spanish – designed just for you – to help you make positive, lasting changes in your life. During these sessions, Scripps experts will teach you about foods and exercise that protect against lifestyle-related diseases like Type 2 diabetes, Cancer and Heart Disease.

Find The Right Insurance Service
Contact Us Now