AmeriHealth Caritas New Hampshire is committed to helping you stay healthy. In addition to the covered services required by New Hampshire Medicaid, we offer extra benefits to help you.
If you would like information on any of our programs, call AmeriHealth Caritas New Hampshire's Member Services at 1-833-704-1177 (TTY 1-855-534-6730), 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Dental benefits for adults
Adult members age 21 and older are covered for a range of dental services including preventive services (cleanings), diagnostic services (exams and X-rays), restorative services (fillings), and some periodontal services (root planing and scaling). The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will continue to cover extractions, and that is a separate program. Learn more about our adult dental benefits.
Benefits are covered only within the network. Restrictions and limitations may apply.
With our CARE Card program, you can receive rewards for completing health-related activities (up to a $250 value per member per year). Learn more about how you can earn rewards.
Members get $100 per year for contact lenses.
Car seats and booster seats*
We provide car seats and booster seats at no cost to you for child members, up to a $129 value.
Home education visits for children
We provide home visits to address home-based asthma triggers to qualifying members.
WW® (formerly Weight Watchers®) membership*
Up to six months for members with a goal to lose weight (up to a $250 value).
AmeriHealth Caritas New Hampshire provides supports through our Mission GED® program to qualifying adult members pursuing their high school equivalency credentials, including up to $125 toward the cost of the New Hampshire HiSET® exam. Learn more about the Mission GED® program.
SafeLink Wireless® phone program
SafeLink Wireless is a federal program that provides free phone service and minutes each month to income-eligible customers who apply and qualify for the program.
Flexible recovery benefit to support recovery*
Members may receive up to a $500 credit to access alternative peer recovery support services available after completing a non-hospital substance use disorder residential treatment program. Services available are subject to a $500 lifetime limit, and some are also subject to the $250 annual incentive limit. Services include chiropractic care, acupuncture, and transportation.
Home-delivered meals after a hospital stay*
Members being discharged after a qualifying inpatient hospital stay can receive home-delivered meals (14 meals/seven days) after discharge. Qualifying stays include those for new moms in recovery from substance use disorder, members with substance use disorder who successfully complete an inpatient substance use disorder treatment program as part of the Flexible Recovery Benefit, and adult members (ages 21 to 64) with heart disease or diabetes. Meals for members with dietary restrictions are prepared according to dietary guidelines (up to a $98 value).
Living Beyond Pain program
Members living with chronic pain can enroll in care coordination to access alternative pain management strategies as part of a person-centered plan. Members can get referrals to and coverage for appropriate pain management alternatives such as acupuncture, biofeedback, and massage therapy, not to exceed 12 acupuncture, 12 biofeedback, and 12 massage therapy visits per member per year. Referral and coverage of services is facilitated through a Care Coordinator as part of a member-centered plan of care statewide.
Peer respite transportation*
Transportation to state-covered respite services to remove access barriers for members in need of peer respite (up to a $175 value).
It can be hard to focus on your health if you have problems with your housing or worry about having enough food to feed your family. AmeriHealth Caritas New Hampshire can connect you to resources in your community to help you manage issues beyond your medical care.
Call Member Services at 1-833-704-1177 (TTY 1-855-534-6730) or visit 211NH if you:
- Worry about your living conditions.
- Struggle to get enough food to feed yourself or your family.
- Find it hard to get to appointments, work, or school.
- Feel unsafe or experience violence. If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
* Some restrictions and limitations may apply. Earn up to $250 in cash and non-cash goods and services each state fiscal year ending June 30.