Helpful information and resources from HHSC
Non Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) - Access2Care
Effective June 1st, 2021, Cook Children's Health Plan will work with Access2Care to help provide you with NEMT services. Access2Care will provide transportation to non emergency health care appointments for Members who have no other transportation options. These trips include rides to the doctor, dentist, hospital, pharmacy and other places you get Medicaid services.
You can call Access2Care at 1-844-572-8195 (TTY: 7-1-1) to schedule a ride. Or, if you have questions about this service you may also call our Member Services department at 1-800-964-2247.
Healthy Texas Women Now Offers Postpartum Services
Beginning September 1st 2020, the Healthy Texas Women program offers enrolled women an enhanced postpartum services package called Healthy Texas Women Plus.
To qualify, Healthy Texas Women members must have been pregnant within the last 12 months. You cannot get Healthy Texas Women Plus more than 12 months after the enrollment date.
What services are offered?
Healthy Texas Women Plus services include:
Postpartum depression and other mental health conditions
Cardiovascular and coronary conditions
- Services include imaging studies; blood pressure monitoring; and anticoagulant, antiplatelet and antihypertensive medications.
Substance use disorders, including drug, alcohol and tobacco misuse
- Services include screenings, brief interventions, treatment referrals, outpatient substance use counseling, smoking cessation services, medicationassisted treatment and peer specialist services.
This program pays only for the services listed above. If a health condition, such as cancer is found, you will be referred to a doctor or clinic that can treat you. If you are pregnant, you will be referred to a program such as Medicaid for pregnant women. You might have to pay for those extra services.
Questions About Enrollment
If you have questions about your enrollment, call 2-1-1 or visit YourTexasBenefits.com, where you can manage your account.
Questions About the Texas Healthy Women Program
In order to learn more about the Healthy Texas Women program and to search for a program provider, please visit HealthyTexasWomen.org.