Farm to Fork Program
This summer, our Farm to Fork program will be entering its 6th full year of distribution. This program provides fresh vegetables to UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members (MississippiCAN and MSCHIP) at no cost. Farm to Fork starts in May and goes through the end of September. Just show your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan ID card at a participating location to get a bag of free farm-fresh produce.
The Farm to Fork Project was created to address the nutritional needs of residents living in food deserts throughout Mississippi. By offering farm fresh locally grown produce as an option, we are helping people make healthy choices about the foods they eat. View our complete list of distribution sites and schedule. (PDF 92.66 KB)
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Any intentional false statement or claim to receive or increase benefits may result in criminal charges, and may lead to prosecution for fraud. It may also cause you to lose your MississippiCAN benefits. If you suspect anyone of fraud, call 1-866-242-7727. You will be directed to a call center representative who will submit the tip on your behalf to the Fraud Waste and Abuse department.
You have the right to file an “Advance Directive.” An Advance Directive states in advance what kind of treatment you would like to receive if you have a serious medical condition that prevents you from telling your doctor how you want to be treated.
There are two types of an Advance Directive: 1) a Living Will; and, 2) a Medical Power of Attorney (which may also be called a "durable power of attorney for health care or heath care agent"). An "agent" is the person you trust to speak for you when you are not able to do so for yourself.
You should think carefully about the person you choose to be your health care agent. You should have a long talk with your agent about your advance directive so they are able to make the decision the way you would.
Two examples of Advance Directives can be found on this website (Example 1 (PDF 144.87 KB) and Example 2 (PDF 110.12 KB)) or at myuhc.com/CommunityPlan.