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Your health is important to us. Knowing more and finding the right support is just as important. This information can help you live your best life.
Preventive care is important to stay healthy. Having somewhere you can find information to make decisions about your health and health care helps. With Healthwise Knowledgebase you can:
Learn about your health at your convenience in English or Spanish. Information is based on the best, most up-to-date medical research. Healthwise Knowledgebase can help you prepare health-related questions for your doctor or clinic.
Behavioral and mental health is as important to your wellbeing as physical health. You are not alone. Asking for help is a sign of strength, not weakness.
As a member, your benefits include behavioral and mental health care coverage. We have an open network for behavioral and mental health care which means you can visit any provider. If you are currently seeing a provider, you can stay with that provider. To see what services are covered, refer to your member handbook.
If you or someone you know wants help with behavioral and mental health, these local resources can help.
If you have a problem with drug or alcohol use, you can take the first step on the road to recovery.
As a member, your benefits include substance use disorder treatment. To see what services are covered, refer to your member handbook.
We will work in collaboration with a treatment provider and Hennepin County to get you started on your journey. To request an assessment, call Hennepin County Human Services at 612-348-4111 or Hennepin Health Member Services at 612-596-1036 (TTY: 800-627-3529).
America is experiencing an opioid crisis. More than 115 Americans die every day after overdosing on opioids. Minnesota has seen a rise in opioid and heroin addiction. In Hennepin County in 2021, there were 340 opioid related deaths.
Learn more about opioids, addiction and how you can get help.
Quitting is hard. We want to help.
Improve your quality of life by quitting smoking, vaping or chewing. As a member, your benefits include smoking cessation education and counseling.
Talk to your health care provider for free in-person counseling and quit medications.
You can also do it your way with Quit Partner, (888-354-7526) (TTY 711). Quit Partner offers:
Sign up at https://quitpartnermn.com/.
For everyone ages 1 and older, regular dental care is important to your health. To find a dentist, call our vendor Delta Dental at 651-348-3233 (866-298-5549), TTY 711, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Read more about the benefits of dental care.
Pregnancy is an exciting time. You probably have questions about this stage of your life, so we’ve put together some helpful information. (This is general information and should not replace advice from your doctor or medical team.)
Pregnant members get extra health (medical and dental) benefits – call Member Services or your county worker as soon as you learn you are pregnant.
Pregnant members can earn gift cards for prenatal and postpartum care visits. You can also earn gift cards when you bring your baby in for regular health care visits and immunizations. Visit the Rewards program page for more information.
Getting ready for baby
Your baby’s health and first year
Health club membership or a discount is available for MinnesotaCare and SNBC members.
Read about the MinnesotaCare health club membership benefit.
Read about the SNBC health club membership benefit.
Hennepin County offers many social services and referrals. You can get help with housing, food and more.
Human service centers are located around the county. To see the locations, visit https://www.hennepin.us/your-government/facilities/county-buildings and click on Human Services and Public Health department locations.
You can call for help with food, clothes, finance, health, and supplies on the county resource helpline. Help is available in multiple languages.
Call 612-348-3000, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday
Minnesota.Help.info is a state website that lists a full array of services available for adults, children and families. You will find information and videos about many services, whether you have a disability, are experiencing unemployment or homelessness, or just need a helping hand. You can also chat live with a specialist.
DHS approved 9/24/2020 ID #HC-1110-MC
612-596-1036, TTY 711