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UnitedHealthcare Community Plan - KanCare 2023 Value Added Benefits
Healthy Rewards program
Earn Debit Card Rewards for completing your annual health assessment and well-child visits. Use rewards for hundreds of healthy items. Reward amounts are $10 to $75
Wellness for all
All members can get $50.00 benefit for a healthy activity. Participating organizations include: many YMCA, Boys and Girls Clubs, and Parks and Recreation locations in Kansas. Or members can receive a fitness kit for healthy activities at home.
Any adult member, 21 or over, can visit a participating dental provider. Benefit can be for: screenings, X-rays, cleanings, and restorative fillings. Up to $500 per calendar year.
Adult members can get up to 12 rides per year of 10 miles each way. Rides can be to: the pharmacy, grocery store, food bank, prenatal classes, job interviews, job training, shopping for work clothes, local community activities, and more.
Adult members can also get 12 rides per year to and from support group meetings.
Members in in Wyandotte, Johnson, Sedgwick, and Shawnee counties can get up to $25 in bus passes, per year.
Adults over age 19 can get help with education advancement. Includes: GED, Coding Classes, English as a second language, Resume Writing Workshops. Health plan will pay up to $200 annually for education.
Special benefits for pregnant members
Pregnant members completing first prenatal exam within the first trimester (or 42 days from enrollment) can earn a $75 debit card*
Pregnant members can enroll in Babyscripts, an app with information on nutrition, exercise, newborn care, pregnancy, and more. They can earn up to $75 in rewards, for completing specified appointments.
Pregnant members with diagnosis of hypertension or preeclampsia can get a blood pressure monitor.
Members who are in foster care can get a school supply box.
Adult members 21 and over can get an additional $60 per year for enhanced frames.
Members who complete a Create Better Health SNAP Education class will receive a food journal and cooking item valued at $50.00.
Dining with Diabetes
Members with diagnosis of type 2 diabetes or their caregivers, can attend Dining with Diabetes classes, through K-State Research and Extension.
Home helper catalog
Members on FE, PD and I/DD waivers can choose an item from our catalog. Member works with their care coordinator. ($50 value)
Members on the FE, PD, I/DD or Autism waivers may be invited to get internet services covered, as incentive for completing specific health activity.
Waiver members who own their home can work with their care coordinator to set up pest control services, up to $250 max annually.
I/DD waiver members who are getting home services can get 40 hours of respite care.
Members can get 14 meals (two meals per day, for seven days) if discharged from a medical facility, have mobility needs, no family support to assist with food access, and are at risk for readmission due to nutritional issues.
On My Way
Young adult members can access this website, that helps prepare them for adult life. OMW teaches skills like managing money, getting housing, finding job training, and applying for college.
Sesame Street Food for Thought
A program to help families eat better. The program teaches families with children (age 2 to 8) about healthy food.
Mental Health First Aid training
A training that teaches how to recognize signs of a mental health condition, and how to help a person in a mental health crisis.
Seeking Safety training
A training that teaches coping skills to help adults, children and youth find safety from trauma and/or substance abuse.
Members can access the premium version of the Sanvello™ app. App offers self-care, coaching, therapy, and peer support for stress, anxiety, and depression.
Free smartphone with unlimited messaging for members 18 years and older. Max one device per household that qualifies to federal eligibility criteria.
FE members will receive a calendar in the mail.
Members on the Autism or SED Waivers and foster care members will receive a weighted blanket to provide support for anxiety.
*Debit cards can be used at specific retailers. Debit cards can be used for CMS approved health items.