Resources for our Members

Resources for our Members

Community Health Choice Programs

Care Management Program

Our Care Management Program helps you manage your health.

We focus on asthma, weight management, diabetes, and high-risk pregnancies. For more information, call Member Services at 1.888.760.2600.

Take charge of your health with these resources from Community!

Take our online Health Risk Assessment to see if you have any potential health issues. We’ll review it and contact you if we see any potential issues. You can also share these results with your Provider to better coordinate your care.

Other Resources

Text4baby App

The free Text4baby app helps you stay healthy during your pregnancy. You can receive free reminder texts for things like labor sign and symptoms, prenatal care appointments, urgent notices, and more. You can also set up text alerts for all your baby’s healthcare needs until baby’s first birthday.

Well-Visit Planner

The Well-Visit Planner is a personalized visit guide for children ages 4 months to 6 years old.

Learn more at the Well-Visit Planner website.

Member Mammogram Resources

Mammogram FAQ’s

Should I Get a Mammogram? (ages 40-49):

Breast Cancer Screening

How Often Should I Get a Mammogram? (ages 50-74):

Breast Cancer Screening

Should I Get a Mammogram? (ages 75+):

Breast Cancer Screening

State Case Management Programs

Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women

Need help finding and getting services? A case manager might be able to help you. Who can get a case manager? Children, teens, young adults (birth through age 20), and pregnant women who get Medicaid and:

  • Have health problems
  • Are at a high risk for getting health problems

Call our Member Services toll-free at 1.888.760.2600 to request services.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

WIC is a nutrition program for women, infants, and children. WIC helps pregnant women and new mothers learn more about food, breastfeeding, formulas, nutrition, and healthy eating. WIC may help by giving WIC vouchers for healthy foods. Call our Member Services toll-free at 1.888.760.2600 to find a WIC office near you.

Learn more about WIC.

Early Childhood Intervention (ECI)

ECI is a statewide program for children (ages three and under) with disabilities and developmental delays. If you are worried about how your baby is growing and learning, ECI can help you. ECI provides families with developmental services that help their children reach their potential.

You can find an ECI Provider near you by calling the Texas Health and Human Services Commission toll-free at 1.877.787.8999 (TTY 711) or by visiting Early Childhood Intervention Services. If you go to an ECI Provider, please remember to tell your child’s Primary Care Provider (PCP) about the ECI care your child receives to ensure continuity of care.

Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women

Need help finding and getting services? A case manager might be able to help you. Who can get a case manager? Children, teens, young adults (birth through age 20), and pregnant women who get Medicaid and:

  • Have health problems
  • Are at a high risk for getting health problems

Call our Member Services toll-free at 1.888.760.2600 to request services.

Why Choose Community?

As a local nonprofit health plan, Community Health Choice gives you plenty of reasons to join our Community. From the benefits and special programs we offer to the way our Member Services team helps you make the most of them, Community is always working life forward for you and your family.

“Community Health Choice is always there to answer my questions and help me and my family with our medical needs. I truly appreciate and value their customer support and service.”

– Cecily
Member of Community Health Choice