Health and Wellness

We are committed to getting you the health care you need. That's why we offer the following educational information and wellness programs that can help you lead a healthier life. Also, check out what programs BCCHP has to offer on the Care Coordination page.

Preventive Care

Keeping up with health screenings can be difficult, that’s why we are here to help. We’ve compiled details on when to get screenings and immunizations. Find more details in our wellness guidelines and health guides below. Plus, you can receive incentives for completing some of these screenings. For more details, visit the Value-Added Benefits page. Be sure to talk to your doctor about any health screenings you might need.

Find a Doctor or Hospital

Use our Provider Finder® to search for doctors and other health care providers near you.

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We are available 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week. The call is free.

Wellness and Health Guidelines

BCCHP has also made it easier to see your provider by offering Telehealth options. This way, you can get the care you need – even virtually. Check details about your Telehealth coverage here.

Did you know that where you live or work can have an impact on your health? BCCHP has compiled a list of social determinants (SDoH) that can impact your health. And more importantly, how you can stay healthy even if you are affected! Review our list here.

If you are pregnant or are considering pregnancy, ask your health care provider if you need to be screened for Zika. Zika virus can cause abnormalities in a developing baby. It is a virus that is spread by infected mosquitoes. If you or your partner live in or have traveled to areas at risk for Zika transmission, please notify your provider.

To learn even more about screenings, incentives, telehealth, or SDoH call Member Services at 1-877-860-2837 (TTY/TDD: 711).

Blue Door Neighborhood CenterSM

Blue Door Neighborhood Centers (BDNCs) are community hubs that are free and available to all. BDNCs provide face-to-face engagement with Care Coordination. They also can serve you by providing health education, health and wellness programs, and access to community resources. Come visit one of the BDNC centers in the Pullman, Morgan Park and South Lawndale neighborhoods.

Learn more about BDNCs and upcoming classes

Learn to Live*: Digital Mental Health Platform

Learn to Live is a no cost online health program. It is offered to members 13 and older and caregivers. Learn to Live gives self-paced mental health solutions. Plus, access to 24/7 member coaches. It can help with common challenges like stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia and substance abuse. To start, register at the Learn to Live website (Access Code: ILMED).

Best BenefitsSM Program

Best Benefits Program – For those who are disabled, there is government assistance. Learn what you qualify for and how to access the programs. We want you to get the help you need.

Quality Improvement Program

The Quality Improvement Program (QIP) helps you get the care and services that you need when you need it. Learn more about the Quality Improvement Program.


*Learn To Live, Inc., is an independent company that has contracted with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) to provide online tools and programs for behavioral health support. Learn to Live is an educational program and should not be considered medical treatment. ©2023 Learn to Live, Inc. Learn to Live is available for members with coverage through BCBSIL. BCBSIL makes no endorsement, representations or warranties regarding third-party vendors and the products and services offered by them.