Rewards and Extra Benefits

In addition to the covered services required by Ohio Department of Medicaid, AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio offers extra benefits to help you.

If you would like information on any of our programs, call Member Services at 1-833-764-7700 (TTY 1-833-889-6446), 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Complete a health risk assessment (HRA), earn $15

Earn money to spend on everyday items after taking a short quiz about your health. It’s that easy to earn a cash reward.

Wellness programs

Mission GED program

Mission GED is a special program that can help you reach your goal of achieving your high school equivalency (HSE) diploma. AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio will provide you with testing vouchers so you can take tests for an HSE diploma at no cost to you. We can even provide a program coach to help you every step of the way.

  • Expenses — when you enroll in the Mission GED program, you can take your tests at no cost to you. AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio will provide testing vouchers.
  • Coaching — once you enroll in GED classes, an AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio program coach will work with you. Your program coach will contact you periodically to offer support and encouragement on your journey.

To enroll in Mission GED, you must meet all of these requirements:

  • Be a current AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio member
  • Be 16 years or older (parental consent needed for members 16 and 17 years of age)
  • Not have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Not be currently enrolled in high school or college

Ready to apply?

Download the Mission GED application (PDF) or call 1-833-764-7700 (TTY 1-833-889-6446).

Mail the completed application to:

AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio
c/o Member Services
5525 Parkcenter Circle, Suite 100
Dublin, OH 43017

WW* (formerly Weight Watchers) membership

All members ages 18 – 64 can get an online WW membership at no cost for six months. 


Do things that help you stay healthy. Earn rewards on a reloadable gift card.

Continuous glucose monitoring for members with diabetes

AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio is contracted with Pulsewrx to provide members living with diabetes with mobile smartphones. Apps and tools on the phone will support continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) so members with diabetes can have easier control of their blood sugar levels.

Living Beyond Pain

This pain management program offers alternative treatment options.

Food as Medicine

Qualifying members recently discharged from a hospital or enrolled in our diabetes program, and pregnant and post-delivery members and families can receive home-delivered meals at no cost.

Vision care

Members ages 21 – 59 diagnosed with diabetes can get one additional eye exam every 12 months. This is in addition to the standard Medicaid benefit.

Dental care

Members 21 and older can get one additional cleaning and exam per calendar year. Some restrictions and limitations apply. This is in addition to the standard Medicaid benefit.

Transportation benefit

All members can get unlimited non-emergency trips for provider visits more than 30 miles from their home. Qualifying members can get up to 60 non-emergency one-way trips per year within 30 miles of their home, including unlimited additional trips for chemotherapy, radiation, dialysis, or prenatal and postpartum appointments and for medical services for members who use a wheelchair.

Bright Start®

Members get access to our pregnancy care program to help schedule appointments and connect to community resources and additional programs.

Bright Start Beginnings Bundle

Provides essential items for a new baby, including items to support a safe sleep environment and postpartum support.

Housing stability flex funding

Access to a housing coordinator to identify local resources for safe and stable housing and up to $750 toward housing-related expenses in emergency situations for pregnant members.

School uniforms 

Up to $75 per child for school uniforms and school supplies. Contact your Care Guide for information on how to access these funds.

Additional benefits

It can be hard to focus on your health if you have problems with your housing or are worrying about having enough food to feed your family. AmeriHealth Caritas Ohio can connect you to resources in your community to help you manage issues beyond your medical care.

Call at 1-833-764-7700 (TTY 1-833-889-6446), 24 hours a day, seven days a week 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. Call Member Services at 1-833-764-7700 (TTY 1-833-889-6446), 24 hours a day, seven days a week.