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Let's build a healthier community together.

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As the nation’s largest Medicaid insurer, we work with hundreds of faith- and community-based organizations across the country.

Take a few minutes to read about some of the ways we can team up. Let’s build a healthier community together.

Farm to Fork Program

This summer, our Farm to Fork program will be entering its 6th full year of distribution. This program provides fresh vegetables to UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members (MississippiCAN and MSCHIP) at no cost.  Farm to Fork starts in May and goes through the end of September. Just show your UnitedHealthcare Community Plan ID card at a participating location to get a bag of free farm-fresh produce.

The Farm to Fork Project was created to address the nutritional needs of residents living in food deserts throughout Mississippi. By offering farm fresh locally grown produce as an option, we are helping people make healthy choices about the foods they eat. View our complete list of distribution sites and schedule. (PDF 38.14 KB)

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Support women's health
Heart Smart Sisters

Together, we can help ethnic women become Heart Smart Sisters™.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women and hits ethnic women at a particularly high rate.

Our UnitedHealthcare Heart Smart Sisters program is a way for your organization and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan to help ethnic women reduce their risk of developing heart disease. It's educational, fun and positive.

Download the UnitedHealthcare Heart Smart Sisters brochure (PDF 1.86 MB).

Eating Health starts here
Farm to Fork

Pick up a bag of farm-fresh produce.

The Farm to Fork program is free to UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members with an ID (MSCAN and CHIP). Farm to Fork starts in May and goes through the end of September. 

Please view a complete list of distribution sites and schedule (PDF 38.14 KB).  

Get help with grants
Community Grants

Take advantage of proven grant-writing experience.

A healthy community takes many strong partners.

That's why we offer national caliber grant-writing resources, along with information on funding opportunities.

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Promote health with 4-H
Eat-4 Health

Help improve the health of young people.

4-H and UnitedHealthcare have partnered to create Eat4-Health, a campaign to empower youth to help improve the health of their peers, their families and their communities.

If your organization supports youth, families or healthy living, see how you can get involved.

Promote good food choices
Food For Thought

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Work with us to build healthier communities.

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan and Sesame Workshop have teamed up to develop Food for Thought, a bilingual (English and Spanish) initiative that helps families make food choices that are affordable, nutritional and set the foundation for lifelong healthy habits.

The materials offer tips and strategies that are easy to implement.

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