Value Added Services
Western Sky Community Care offers health insurance plans with value added services that suit the needs of families and individuals throughout New Mexico. View Western Sky Community Care's value added services below.
Please refer to the Member Handbook for a complete list of value added services available to you.
A $30 credit towards the membership fee to the local Boys and Girls Club. This is for children age 6-18 years old.
Care Grants are for requests to help members receive special items. The requests can be made by Western Sky Community Care (WSCC) staff, providers, or caregivers. The items may include bike helmets, athletic shoes, music instruments, or classroom art supplies for a child. This VAS is limited to $50 per household.
One “Thanks to You” package for caregivers. Items may include: A waterproof keepsake bag, a caregiver journal, an important phone numbers magnet and caregiver educational material. This VAS is limited to WSCC caregivers who specialize in Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS), Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) and living or moving into a caregiver’s home.
Application of dental varnish by trained primary care physician (PCP) staff during a regular Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT) visit for children age 6 months to 3 years.
Provide official General Education Diploma (GED) testing practice materials upon request and/or provide financial assistance for completion of the GED test.
Reimbursement for ceremonial or spiritual healing that may improve behavioral health and/or physical health. Members are allowed up to $250 per member per calendar year. This VAS is limited to an annual spending of $150,000.
Eligible members will have access to 10 healthy, home-delivered meals. This will be initiated at the time of discharge planning, following an acute inpatient hospital stay or transition out of a nursing facility to community based setting. Limitations and restrictions may apply.
The practice visit provides an opportunity for individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) who are fearful of dental visits to go to a simulated dental exam only in accepting provider offices.
The practice visit provides an opportunity for individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) who are fearful of gynecology visits to go to a simulated gynecological exam only in accepting provider offices.
The MyStrength.com online program gives Members information overcome depression and anxiety. This online program includes simple tools, weekly exercises, mood trackers and daily inspirational quotes and videos. The program may be used independently or with other services.