UnitedHealthcare Community Plan - KanCare 2020 Value Added Benefits

2020 Value Added Benefits

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Benefits for All Members:

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.

Benefits for All Members:

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.

More Rides*: Up to 12 rides annually (10 miles each way) including the grocery store, food banks, pharmacy, prenatal classes, WIC, local community activities and job related activities. 

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: Adults age 21 and over can get an additional $60 per year to use toward frames. 

Cell Phone: You may be eligible for a free cell phone. Member Services can help you apply.

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.

Benefits for Pregnant Moms:

Debit Card for Pregnant Moms*: Complete you first prenatal in the first trimester (42 days) and earn a $200 debit card.

Health First Steps: 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.

Pest Repellent: Free bug spray to help protect against mosquito bites.

Benefits for Kids:

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.

Benefits for those on a Home and Community Based Waiver:

Happy and Healthy at Home*: Members who move from a nursing facility to an independent living setting can receive a $1,000 debit card to be used to purchase wellness items. And can receive $50 per month for every month you are not in a nursing type facility.

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.

Behavioral Health Benefits:

Mental Health First Aid: Take a 12-hour course and become a certified Mental Health First Aider.

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.   

Live and Work Well: Access information and resources to support behavioral health need on the myuhc.com member portal. 

*Value Added Benefits not available until January 1, 2020.

Download PDF of the 2020 Value Added Benefit Kids Brochures English or Español

Download additional 2020 Value Added Benefit Adult Brochures in English or Español

2020 Value Added Benefits

Call Member Services for help getting Value Added Benefits

Benefits for All Members:

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.

Benefits for All Members:

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.

More Rides*: Up to 12 rides annually (10 miles each way) including the grocery store, food banks, pharmacy, prenatal classes, WIC, local community activities and job related activities. 

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: Adults age 21 and over can get an additional $60 per year to use toward frames. 

Cell Phone: You may be eligible for a free cell phone. Member Services can help you apply.

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.

Benefits for Pregnant Moms:

Debit Card for Pregnant Moms*: Complete you first prenatal in the first trimester (42 days) and earn a $200 debit card.

Health First Steps: 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.

Pest Repellent: Free bug spray to help protect against mosquito bites.

Benefits for Kids:

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.

Benefits for those on a Home and Community Based Waiver:

Happy and Healthy at Home*: Members who move from a nursing facility to an independent living setting can receive a $1,000 debit card to be used to purchase wellness items. And can receive $50 per month for every month you are not in a nursing type facility.

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.

Behavioral Health Benefits:

Mental Health First Aid: Take a 12-hour course and become a certified Mental Health First Aider.

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.   

Live and Work Well: Access information and resources to support behavioral health need on the myuhc.com member portal. 

*Value Added Benefits not available until January 1, 2020.

Download PDF of the 2020 Value Added Benefit Kids Brochures English or Español

Download additional 2020 Value Added Benefit Adult Brochures in English or Español

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