Health Resources


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Search for free or reduced cost services in your area like medical care, food, job training, and more.

Nurse Advice Line

Do you feel sick and need advice? You can call your doctor and ask for help. Or you can call CalViva Health’s Nurse Advice Line at +1-888-893-1569 TTY 711 for fast and free advice. A nurse is available to speak to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The nurse can speak to you in your preferred language and guide you to take care of your health care needs.

Behavioral Health

Explore your behavioral health benefits and get referrals to providers like therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, or other treatment services. Use the button below to search for mental health providers in your area.

myStrength offers resources to improve your mood and help manage pain and drug or alcohol abuse. You can click on the button below to sign up for the myStrength self-help resource.

Health Education Classes

CalViva Health provides free health education classes in schools and community settings in Fresno, Kings and Madera counties. We offer a variety of class topics based on community requests such as fitness, nutrition, diabetes, asthma and much more. The classes are available in English and Spanish.

Krames Online: Patient Education Resource

Welcome to Krames Online, the most up-to-date member education resource. At CalViva Health we believe your health is important. We realize sometimes questions slip your mind when dealing with our healthcare professionals, and now you can search for answers 24 hours a day. With access to more than 4,000 topics relating to health and medication, Krames Online allows you and your family to find answers to most questions, both big and small.

Helpful Websites

CDC Website: The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has lots of information on health and safety topics to keep you and your family healthy. Information is available in English and Spanish.

Alliance Working for Antibiotic Resistance Education (AWARE) Website: AWARE informs parents on the importance of using antibiotics appropriately. Information is available in English and Spanish.

USDA Website: This website provides information on nutrition. It also teaches you how to eat healthy