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We invite you to jump in (like this enthusiastic penguin :-) ) and give. Your help ensures the continuation of our advocacy and education work on behalf of California’s over 5 million Medicare beneficiaries.

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Our Mission

CHA provides quality Medicare and related health care coverage information, education and policy advocacy.

See our About page for more info on us. We are also listed in GuideStar.

 

Thank you for your support of CHA. We greatly appreciate your generosity! We are a 501c(3) non-profit so all your donations are tax deductible.


 

  • “I just viewed your SMP web page and I must say it is very impressive. I really enjoyed the site and spent much time (3 hours this evening to be exact) learning. It is so good that I will have my English speaking volunteers use it as a training tool. You should receive recognition for such an ‘impressive’ web page!“
    —Rachanna R.Texas Senior Medicare Patrol, SCOS, Inc.
  • “Your passion and concern for this issue (Medicare Fraud and Abuse) is evident and very effective in communicating the need for vigilance among seniors.”
    — Los Arcos Apartments, Poway
  • “New to Medicare clients are often quite articulate and organized but overwhelmed with all the advertising material they receive in the mail. When I show them the fact sheets, it's as if the heavens opened up. The charts and fact sheets are wonderful tools that help clarify and make sense of all the complicated details surrounding Medicare.”
    — Alameda County HICAP Counselor
  • — Maria Profeta, Stanislaus County HICAP Program Manager
  • “Our clients would otherwise be so distracted taking notes if not for being reassured in advance that we will send them home with CHA's clear, concise Medicare Fact Sheets. In doing so, they can focus on their discussion with the Counselor. We minimize the risk that the client may leave the office with hand-written notations that lack accuracy or might not make sense later.”
    — Tamara McKeeMonterey County
  • — George StarkyResident Service Coordinator