2019 Value Added Benefits
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Healthy Rewards Program: Earn Debit Card Rewards for well care visits and immunizations. Use rewards for hundreds of healthy items. Reward amounts range from $10 to $25.
Adult Dental: Any adult member age 21 or over can visit a participating dental provider. Benefit includes screenings, x-rays, cleanings and restorative fillings up to a maximum of $500* per calendar year. Frail Elderly (FE) Members can get a complete set of Dentures.
Extra transportation*: Get rides to job related activities, support group meetings and WIC offices. Also rides to social activities for Physically Disabled (PD), Intellectually, Developmentally Disabled (I/DD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
FreshEBT: A phone app that helps manage our Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
Education*: Help with getting your GED or classes to learn to code.
Vision: Get higher quality lenses for your glasses.
Cell Phone: You may be eligible for a free cell phone. Member Services can help you apply.
Debit Card for Pregnant Moms*: Complete you first prenatal in the first trimester (42 days) and earn a $200 debit card.
Baby Blocks: An online rewards program to help moms and babies stay healthy. Earn up to 8 rewards by going to the doctor during your pregnancy and during your baby’s first 15 months.
Baby Basics Infant Care Book: Learn tips for taking care of your baby. Book will be mailed.
Pest Repellent: Free bug spray to help protect against mosquito bites.
KidsHealth: An online site that provides videos and articles on health topics.
Free Youth Activities: Kids can get a free activity at local clubs like YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, and participating Parks and Rec Centers.
On My Way (OMW) Program: Help prepare young adult members for adult life. OMW teaches skills like managing money, getting housing, finding job training and applying for college.
Home Helper Catalog: FE, PD and I/DD can chose one home safety or home assistance product from our catalog through your care coordinator.
Pest Control: For Waiver members who own their home. Work with your care coordinator to set up.
Respite Care: I/DD Members getting home services can get 40 hours of respite care.
Medical Alert: Bracelets for those with Autism, I/DD or suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Mental Health First Aid: Take a 12-hour course and become a certified Mental Health First Aider.
A-CHESS*: A phone that helps provide support to fight substance use disorders.
Intellectually Developmentally Disabled (IDD) electronic eBook*: Download an eBook that we developed with the National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD). The eBook offers wellness information and tips.
Behavioral Therapy Program*: Online tool to learn how to help with an emergency mental health issue. Members can take learn about mental health and set goals.
Question Persuade and Refer (QPR) Training*: Learn what to do in an emergency mental health moment. Be able to help someone showing signs of suicide.
Seeking Safety Training Events*: A training that teaches coping skills to help adults, children and youth find safety from trauma and/or substance abuse.
*Value Added Benefits not available until January 1, 2019.
Download PDF of the 2019 Value Added Benefit Brochure Kids (PDF 376.21 KB) or Adults (PDF 364.19 KB).
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