Welcome to UnitedHealthcare Community Plan in
UnitedHealthcare Baby Blocks™
Build a healthy future for you and your baby — and earn great rewards. Baby Blocks helps keep you and your baby healthy during your pregnancy and your baby's first 15 months of life.
Behavioral Health Services
Behavioral health is as important as physical health. That’s why we have coverage for both.
Required care is 100% covered with no co-pay, including testing and diagnosis, behavioral therapy and medication.
Healthy Rewards Program
If you schedule and complete recommended health services, you can qualify for gift cards to buy needed items for yourself and your family. Eligible members will receive a postcard by mail.
SafeLink Phone Program
You may be eligible to receive a free cell phone and 350 monthly minutes, unlimited text messages and free calls to UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Member Services.
Healthy First Steps®
When you’re pregnant, you receive help and advice from your mom, aunts, sisters and girlfriends. Yet every pregnancy is different. This program will support you through your pregnancy.
Boys & Girls Club Membership
If your child is a member (ages 6-17), they are eligible for a free annual Boys & Girls Club membership at participating clubs.
Quit For Life® Program
Tobacco is bad for you. Quitting is good for you. We can help.
Health4Me™ Mobile App
This free mobile app allows you to access key information on the go. You can search for nearby doctors, view your member handbook or view your member ID card.
Depression is a real illness. It can be treated.
You can feel like yourself again. Depression is an illness like diabetes or heart disease. The first step is to accept that you need help. The second step is to talk to your doctor.
How stress affects you
When you’re stressed, your body knows it. Your heart starts pounding and your muscles tense. Everyone has stress in their life now and then. But chronic stress can have negative effects on both your physical and your mental health.
Questions, answers and helpful advice.
Be sure to see your doctor regularly. Especially when you first start taking a depression medicine. Or when the dose is changed.