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UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Minnesota is offering MinnesotaCare which serves people under age 65 - including low income individuals (who exceed Families & Children Medical Assistance income limits). You can choose your own doctor. And many extras. 

Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington.

Benefits & Features

Well and Sick Care

Get the assistance you and your family needs to stay healthy, to get better if you are injured or sick or — simply achieve your potential. That includes:

  • Hospitalization. You pay nothing for care in a hospital
  • Therapy Services. Therapy visits to help you recover or achieve your potential.
  • NurseLine. Speak with a registered nurse 24/7.
  • Well Visits. Annual checkups to help keep you and your family healthy.
  • Health Screenings and Vaccinations. Routine tests and shots to help protect against illness.
  • Virtual Visits. Connect to a live doctor through a smart phone or computer for non-emergent visits.

Behavioral health is about how you feel and act. It is also called mental health. Your mental health is very important. The UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Minnesota offers Minnesotacare which includes mental health and addiction services. You may see any in-network doctor without a referral for outpatient treatment.

You are able to get behavioral health services without a referral from your PCP. Sometimes it makes sense to talk to your Primary Care Provider (PCP) about any behavioral health problems you have. That way, your PCP can help to refer you to a behavioral health provider with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. If you want to find a behavioral health provider on your own, you can search for one at any time and make an appointment. You can also call a Member Services Advocate at 1-888-269-5410 TYY 711, for help.

We cover:

Behavioral Health Services 

  • Individual, group and family therapy 
  • Outpatient behavioral health services 
  • Inpatient behavioral health services 
  • Specialized behavioral health services for children with autism

Substance Use Disorder Services 

  • Outpatient opioid treatment 
  • Residential treatment
  • Targeted case management

Additional health resources can be found at  Find the balance, support, and care you need to live the healthiest life possible.

If you believe you need access to behavioral health services, talk with your PCP or call a Member Services Advocate.. 

Search for a behavioral health specialist

Getting prescription medications is an important part of your health care. If your doctor prescribes a medicine that is listed on your plan’s List of Covered Drugs (LOCD), it is covered. If your drug is not listed on the LOCD, your care provider may request an alternative drug for you that is listed on the LOCD UnitedHealthcare Community Plan covers medicines on this list, including certain over the counter medications, smoking cessation drugs, and diabetes supplies. The plan may pay for other medicines with prior approval. 

You can get your prescriptions filled at any pharmacy in our network. Many are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For a list of pharmacies, use your provider directory or go to

If you have a problem getting your prescription during normal business hours, call Member Services. If you have a problem getting your prescriptions after normal business hours, on weekends, or holidays, have your pharmacist call the pharmacy help desk.

90 day supply benefit
Members can fill a 90-day supply of select maintenance medication at the retail pharmacy. Maintenance medications are typically those medications you take on a regular basis for a chronic or long-term condition. 

With a 90-day supply, you won’t need to get a refill every month. To find out more details, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. For a complete list of medications included in this benefit, call Member Services at 1-888-269-5410, TTY 711.

90 Day Supply Medication List

Medical questions and situations sometimes happen at inconvenient times. When you have questions about your health, you can call a nurse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 1-800-718-9066, TTY 711.

Our nurses will:

  • Listen to symptoms.
  • Help with self-care.
  • Advise you about getting care at a doctor visit or an urgent care center.
  • Help you know when to go to the emergency room.

If you need a ride, your benefits include transportation. We cover trips to:

  • Medical, dental, vision and mental health appointments
  • Pharmacy
  • Durable medical equipment

We may cover trips to:

  • Medicaid eligibility appointments
  • WIC appointments
  • Social services such as food pantries

Following these simple rules will help you get a ride:

  • Call at least two business days ahead of time
  • Call 1-888-444-1519, TTY 711 to set up your ride
  • If you cancel your visit, call 1-888-444-1519 to cancel your ride
  • Have your Minnesota Health Care Program MHCP member identification (ID) card and UHC member ID card available
  • Rides are only for approved reasons
  • Know the address of your health care provider and the date and time of your appointment
  • Be specific about where you need a ride to
  • After your visit, call for a ride home
  • If your doctor gives you a prescription you can stop at the pharmacy to get it
  • Let us know if you have special needs like a wheelchair
  • Members under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian with them
  • Transportation may be limited to a provider near you

You may also qualify for a bus pass or friends and family mileage reimbursement.. Give a Member Services Advocate a call to schedule a ride or ask questions about getting transportation services.

This service is for rides planned in advance. If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911.. An ambulance will be provided if you need to be sent to the hospital.

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