North Carolina Foster Care

Committed to the health and well-being of children in foster care and their families

At UnitedHealthcare, we partner with community stakeholders to build a robust system of care through:

  • Youth and family advisory councils
  • Community engagement
  • Clinical practice transformation consultants
  • Provider engagement, advocacy, and support
  • Access to social drivers of health (SDOH) supports and peer resources

We offer providers with meaningful education, feedback, and tools to reduce administrative effort and allow for more focus on clinical care, member recovery, and resiliency:

  • Provider onboarding, ongoing online training, and monthly behavioral health specific training available through our provider portal
  • Provider advocacy tools
  • Continued Education Unit (CEU) trainings available through Optum Health Education (OHE)
  • Provider forums

Our service model allows providers to focus on what is truly important: Member engagement and care.

  • On-line self-service tools are available through our provider portal
  • The provider service line is available to answer questions and help resolve your concerns
  • Our provider advocates provide education, training, and support
  • We use feedback from our providers to improve our processes and the provider experience

“At Methodist Home for Children, we believe every child deserves a chance – and that includes the historically underserved population of children dually diagnosed with a developmental disability and mental health disorder,” said Bruce Stanley, CEO and president, Methodist Home for Children. “The generous support of UnitedHealthcare builds our capacity to equip dually diagnosed children to successfully re-integrate to their homes and school communities – and to live their lives as productively and independently as possible.”

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