ACCESS – A RIte Care Plan

ACCESS is Neighborhood’s Medicaid plan through the RIte Care program for children, families and pregnant women.

Neighborhood REWARDS

Do you know about Neighborhood REWARDS? With your ACCESS health plan, you may be eligible for gift cards for  healthy behaviors such as getting a yearly check-up for you and your children, getting immunizations and joining a gym.* Get your rewards today! Learn more about rewards here. 
*Restrictions apply

What do you need help with today?

Our plan can give you materials in Spanish and Portuguese and in formats such as large print, braille, or audio. Call Neighborhood Member Services to receive your materials in your requested language or alternate format.
NEW! Medicaid Renewal

Neighborhood wants you to stay covered. If you received a notice from the State about your Medicaid renewal, it’s important that you act right away. Visit the Medicaid renewal page to learn more.

Sample ACCESS Card
This is a Sample ACCESS Card. On the left you have the ID Number, Plan, Member name, PCP Name, Site and Phone. On the right you have the Neighborhood logo, Co-Pays for Office Visits, Pharmacy/RX, and ER.

The Benefits of Neighborhood ACCESS / RIte Care

With Neighborhood ACCESS / RIte Care, your benefits include:

  • A large network of doctors and specialists
  • Behavioral health services
  • Checkups and annual visits
  • Interpreter services
  • Transportation services, if you qualify
  • Medical equipment and supplies
  • Over-the-counter medicines, such as ibuprofen (with a prescription from your doctor)
  • Access to a doctor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Special wellness programs to help you manage your health 
  • Neighborhood REWARDS for healthy behaviors
  • Nurses and social workers to help you get the care and services you need
  • Social care coordinators to help with housing, food, utility and clothing needs
  • Healthy You, Neighborhood’s quarterly member newsletter
The Benefits of Neighborhood ACCESS / RIte Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Children with a disability or chronic condition are eligible for Neighborhood ACCESS if they qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Katie Beckett, or Adoption Subsidy through the Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF). They receive the same benefits as other Neighborhood ACCESS / RIte Care members.

Have questions? Want to join Neighborhood? Contact Member Services today!

#2856, Approved 5/10/19