Where to Send Covered California Document Proofs

3 Ways to Submit Documents

There are 3 ways to submit your document proofs to Covered California. There is the “OK” way which is by snail mail. The “Better” way which is by fax, and the “Best” way, which is by electronically uploading.


Our last year of experience with Covered California has proven, hands down, that the “Best” method of uploading a document electronically truly is the best and will ensure your documents are received and processed in a timely manner. Another plug for the “Best” way is that, in our day and age, handling of private, sensitive, and confidential information is of utmost concern and the most secure option is by submitting your documents the “Best” way.

Always Include Your Name and Covered California Case Number

Make sure and list the primary applicant’s first and last name as well as your Covered California Case Number on all your document proofs. If Covered California has provided a cover sheet to send with your proof(s), please use this as well. If you need to provide additional information that would help Covered California, submit a signed letter with your name, address, date, and case number. along with your proofs.

1. The “OK” Method of Submitting Your Documents

Mail Document Proofs to:

Covered California
P.O. Box 989725
West Sacramento, CA 95798-9725

*It is not necessary to mail it with return receipt, but this may be helpful as it could take weeks for Covered California to process mailed-in documents.

2. The “Better” Method of Submitting Your Documents

Fax Documents Proofs to:


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