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Missouri, we’ve got you covered

No-cost health coverage from UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. Learn about UnitedHealthcare Community Plan benefits through MO HealthNet Managed Care.

Helping people is at the heart of all we do

All Missourians deserve affordable health care and more people than ever are eligible for no-cost health coverage. This includes working adults, families, people with disabilities, pregnant women and children. You may qualify too. At UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, we’re committed to making a difference in each member’s life with your MO HealthNet Managed Care coverage. Plus, we offer a large provider network in Missouri, which gives you more options to choose doctors and specialist that fit your health care needs. We take great pride in the quality of service we provide to all our Missouri members. We look forward to serving you.

See why Missourians choose UnitedHealthcare

Whatever plan you choose, UnitedHealthcare will help you get the care you need.

  • Large variety of network providers
  • No-cost virtual visits

MO HealthNet coverage has expanded. Eligibility in the state of Missouri expanded in October 2021 allowing more adults between the ages of 19-64 to qualify based on income.

Our UnitedHealthcare team recently partnered with Dream Builders and the St. Louis Cardinals to distribute 250 coats to the Hickey Elementary students in St. Louis. 

1Benefits, features, and/or devices vary by plan/area. Limitations, exclusions and/or network restrictions may apply. Other hearing exam providers are available in the UnitedHealthcare network. The plan only covers hearing aids from a UnitedHealthcare Hearing network provider.

Missouri health plans as low as $0 cost

MO HealthNet Managed Care Plan:

  • No-cost
  • Pregnant women and children
  • Families
  • Adults age 19–64

MO Dual Special Needs plans:

  • Those qualifying for both MO HealthNet and Medicare
  • Individuals 65 and up
  • Blind and disabled individuals
  • More benefits than Original Medicare

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New On-Demand Self Care for $0.

You can get the Self Care app from AbleTo at no cost. Self Care offers you:

  • Meditation tools to help you relax
  • Mood and habit tracking so you can find patterns and see how your behaviors affect your mood
  • Guides around topics that matter most to you
  • Optional weekly check-ins to unlock personalized content

To get started, visit

MO HealthNet Coverage has Expanded

Eligibility in the state of Missouri expanded in October 2021 allowing more adults between the ages of 19-64 to qualify based on income. If you make less that $17,130 per year, you may be able to receive coverage. If you qualify, you'll receive all the standard MO HealthNet benefits including doctor visits, vision, and dental. Enrollment is through the state. You can see if you qualify, and apply for coverage at

  Monthly Income Annual Income
1. $1,428  $17,130
2. $1,931 $23,169
3. $2,434 $29,207
4. $2,937 $35,245
Additional persons +$503 +$6,038

We cover Missouri

We offer health coverage to beneficiaries of MO HealthNet Managed Care in all counties of the state. Enrollment is open year-round.

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan: More for you in 2024

Our MO HealthNet Managed Care plan offers a range of benefits. It’s for children, families, pregnant women and adults who meet income requirements. We also offer support to adults with special health care needs.

  • Unlimited primary care visits
  • Pregnancy care
  • Vision coverage including routine eye exams and prescription lenses
  • Dental coverage including cleanings, checkups and dental work
  • In-home medical and safety equipment
  • Help to quit tobacco 

Dual Special Needs plans in 2024

Missourians on a UnitedHealthcare Dual Special Needs plan (or dual health plan) get many extra benefits beyond those you get with either Original Medicare or MO HealthNet.

That includes:

  • A monthly credit to buy healthy food and OTC products or pay utility bills
  • An allowance for covered types of preventive and comprehensive dental
  • $0 copay on yearly routine eye exam and an eyewear allowance with free lenses

MO HealthNet Managed Care care management program

If you’re a UnitedHealthcare member with serious, ongoing health care needs, a care manager can really help.

Your care manager will:

  • Work with you, your family members and friends on a plan of care
  • Explain medical terms in plain language
  • Coordinate your doctor appointments
  • Provide your care team with your medical records
  • Connect you with local resources and services

24-hr Nurseline

Speak to a registered nurse anytime 24/7 to get answers to any health-related question or concern.

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
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members can call 1-866-351-6827 TTY 711


Rides to and from medical appointments are covered if you qualify and have no other way to get there. The appointment must be with a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan network provider.

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan will get you a ride that meets your needs.

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members can call 1-866-292-0359 TTY 711 


HealthTalk member newsletter

Our HealthTalk newsletter is now online. The newsletters are a great way to learn about our health plan and important health topics.

You can read it whenever, wherever you want. Check back quarterly for a new edition.

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Learn about plan types

Missouri Medicaid Card

MO HealthNet Managed Care Program

MO Healthnet Expansion is health insurance coverage for individuals based on income.

Medicare Card

Dual Special Needs Plans (D-SNP)

Dual Special Needs Plans (also called dual health plans or D-SNPs for short) are for people who get both MO HealthNet and Medicare. Dual plans cover doctor visits, hospital stays and prescription drugs. They offer more benefits and extras than Original Medicare. You’ll keep all your MO HealthNet benefits too.