BOS1 - MSI

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 30, 2010
Contact: Kathryn Feather 714.834.3110

Certified MSI Application Taker Now Available at County Community Service Center in Westminster

(Santa Ana) The County Community Service Center (CCSC) in Westminster recently added a Certified MSI Application Taker (CMAT) who will be available twice a month on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. The Medical Services for Indigents Program covers necessary medical services for Orange County residents 21 through 64 years of age who have no other resource for medical care.

To be eligible for MSI benefits, you must be a legal resident of Orange County between the ages of 21 through 64; you must have a current medical need and you must be unable to pay for the medical care you need. Potential applicants also must make an appointment and be prepared to give information about identity, income, resources, residency and alien status.

“I am pleased to announce that a Certified MSI Application Taker will now be joining the many County and community groups who hold office hours at the County Community Service Center,” said Supervisor Janet Nguyen, Chair of the Orange County Board of Supervisors. “This addition further solidifies the well-rounded services offered to County residents by the CCSC.”

County Community Service Center 15460 Magnolia Avenue Westminster, CA 92683

To make an appointment to meet with a CMAT at the County Community Service Center, please call (714) 889-4105.

The County Community Service Center was established by the Board of Supervisors and opened to the public in October 2007, to provide referral and outreach services for County residents. In the last year, the CCSC has assisted more than 10,000 people. The CMAT now joins the Health Care Agency, Mental Health Agency, OC Community Resources, the Legal Aid Society and the Social Services Agency in successfully providing assistance in accessing County programs and services.


Supervisor Janet Nguyen serves as Chair of the Orange County Board of Supervisors and represents the First District. She also serves as Chair of the OCTA’s Transit Committee. She represents more than 600,000 people, covering the cities of Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Westminster and the unincorporated community of Midway City. Orange County ranks sixth in the nation as the most populous county and has the nation’s seventh highest annual budget.