Welcome to Kaiser Permanente’s Community Health Care Program
You are enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente Platinum – 90 HMO health plan. This plan covers preventive care, medication, vision services, pediatric (up to age 19) dental coverage and more. To make things easier, many of our locations have lab, X-ray, and pharmacy services all in one place. And if you can’t come in during the day, some facilities offer evening and weekend hours. Learn more about the facilities in your area here.
Take action: If you are new to Kaiser Permanente and/or the Community Health Care Program, click here to learn more about Kaiser Permanente and get the most out of your or your child/children’s health care benefits. Once registered, you can securely access many time-saving tools and resources, and manage your or your child/children’s health online.**
Benefits: For benefit details, visit the Community Health Care Program Benefits page.
Monthly Payment: There is no monthly payment required. Kaiser Permanente will subsidize the full monthly premium. There are low or no costs for most covered services at Kaiser Permanente facilities.
Reapply to remain in the Community Health Care Program
Community Health Care Program members whose subsidy will expire on December 31, 2022, should have received reapplication information. This information allows us to determine if you’re still eligible for the program. You MUST provide Kaiser Permanente the completed and signed form, proof of household income, and other applicable documents by October 1, 2022.
If you don’t reapply, you won’t be eligible for financial help through the Community Health Care Program starting January 1, 2023.
You can download the Subsidy Eligibility Form for Reapplication here:
- Subsidy Eligibility Form for Reapplication (English)
- Formulario de Elegibilidad para Volver a Solicitar el Subsidio (Español)
If you don’t reapply and want to remain in the Community Health Care Program, you can reapply during Open Enrollment.
Act for a Family Member
If you have your own kp.org member account, you can help certain family members with their health care by making appointments, looking over most of their test results, emailing their doctor, and more. For more information, go to Act for a Family Member.
If you do not have a kp.org member account and would like to act on behalf of someone who is a Kaiser Permanente member, you can set up a non-member caregiver account. Set up your account here.
Add a Family Member
Kaiser Permanente CHCP members who want to add an eligible family member to their existing account should use the Account Change Form.
If you need extra support, we’re here to help
Good health requires more than just health care. If you need access to resources such as food or housing, we can help. Thrive Local Connections connects you to support in your community confidentially and at no cost regardless of immigration status. Call us at 1-800-443-6328 (TTY 711), Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. pacific time or visit kp.org/socialhealth.
Summary of Benefits and Coverage — This provides a summary of what is covered and what it costs.
Combined Membership Agreement, Disclosure Form, and Evidence of Coverage — This provides detailed information about covered benefits and services not covered.
Note: These documents show copayments for services under the Kaiser Permanente Platinum 90 – HMO plan. Under the Community Health Care Program, you do not have to pay out-of-pocket costs for most covered services at Kaiser Permanente’s medical offices and hospitals.
* Continued eligibility for the Community Health Care Program is not guaranteed. We reserve the right to close enrollment or change the CHCP eligibility rules at any time. If you are approved for CHCP, the subsidy period is limited and we will contact you in the future to confirm that you still qualify.
** These features are available only for care at Kaiser Permanente facilities. Due to privacy laws, certain features may not be available when they are being accessed on behalf of a child 18 or younger, and your child’s physician may be prevented from disclosing certain information to you without your child’s consent.