Member Resources

Health education and resources

Health topics A – Z

You can find helpful information and key facts about health issues so you can make better health decisions. You can also find information on your drug(s) including drug interactions, side-effects or common risks, and generic options.

Health topics

Complex case management

Do you have more than one medical condition you are trying to take care of? Have you recently had a critical event? We are here to help. We offer a Complex Case Management program to help you get the medical care and services you need.

If you think you may need this type of help, you can self-refer by calling Member Services. Ask to speak to your assigned Care Coordinator or a Care Coordinator in Complex Case Management.

Services in your area

Community services

Search for free or reduced-cost services like medical care, food, housing assistance, job training and more. Use our search tool below and enter your zip code to look for services close to you!

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Nevada 211 can also help you find local resources that you need. Use their search tool to find organizations that provide health and human services to Nevadans.

Help to quit smoking

Free, confidential assistance to help quit smoking or using tobacco:

(800) QUIT-NOW ((800) 784-8699)
TYY (877) 777-6534

Pregnancy resources

Visit Text4baby to sign up for regular text messages with pregnancy information. You’ll receive health tips about each stage of your pregnancy, as well as learn how to spot problems and how to prepare for delivery.

We also offer Care Coordination to all pregnant members.

Other services

Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Nevada Department of Health and Human Services

March of Dimes

Other helpful resources

Nurse Advice Line

Call the number below when you need medical advice and don’t have time to go to the doctor. This line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

(833) 685-2104 (TTY/TDD: 711)

Behavioral Health Crisis Line

Call us if you do not know how to get services during a crisis. We will help find a crisis provider for you.

If you have thoughts about harming yourself or someone else, you should:

  • Get help right away by calling 911
  • Go to the closest hospital for emergency care 
  • Call a crisis hotline like the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255
  • Medicaid: (833) 685-2104 (TTY 711