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What is CalPACE

The California PACE Association, is dedicated to the expansion of comprehensive health care services to the frail elderly.  more >




CalPACE Site Locator

California’s existing eleven PACE programs operate 37 PACE Centers and alternative care sites in ethnically diverse, low-income communities.  more >





Take a Tour of a PACE Center

Ever wonder what the inside of a PACE center looks like? Take a virtual tour of one courtesy of InnovAge!





CalPACE Newsletter

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CalPACE provides tremendous fiscal benefits to the state of California in savings of up to $19 million per year.  Read the latest fact sheet

National PACE Month

For the first time, the nation will celebrate and recognize the work of Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) by establishing September as National PACE Month. PACE coordinates and provides all needed preventive, primary, acute, and long-term care services to older adults allowing them to live at home in their communities. Read the press release.




CalPACE Supports Budget Measures to Boost Care Program for Frail Elderly

Sacramento, CA – Among various health care spending priorities and policy changes, the budget the Legislature sends to Governor Brown this week contains measures designed to expand the Program of all-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), an important care program for low-income frail seniors. Read Press Release






PACE's Appeal For Senior Care Continues To Rise

Enrollment in PACE nearly doubled during the last four-and-a-half years based on the latest numbers reported from 11 programs operating 37 PACE centers and alternative care sites in the state. PACE is the gold standard for the delivery of coordinated care providing a "one-stop-shop" experience for seniors on Medicare and Medi-Cal living in the 12 counties PACE serves.

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CA Senate Recognizes September as PACE Month




PACE and the Coordinated Care Initiative

The Coordinated Care Initiative or "CCI" integrates the delivery of medical, behavioral, and long-term care services to provide better care coordination.

Under the CCI, beneficiaries will have the option to choose a Cal MediConnect plan, a Medi-Cal plan for long-term services and supports, or PACE.  Learn More.









CalPACE, the California PACE Association, is 501(c)(6) association dedicated to the expansion of comprehensive health care services to seniors with chronic care needs through the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). Through education and advocacy, CalPACE members strive to support, maintain, and safeguard the PACE model and promote high-quality health care services to California's seniors.