Taking care of your reproductive health
BCBSRI plans continue to cover abortions as well as contraception and other reproductive health services.
Learning about mpox
Get information on this rare disease (formerly known as monkeypox), including symptoms, prevention, and treatment.
100% coverage makes care easier to access
During the pandemic, we’ve made temporary changes to help you access needed care—with no added worries about cost. This includes 100% coverage for clinically appropriate COVID-19 testing as well as doctors’ visits, emergency room visits, or inpatient care related to COVID-19.1
1Not all employers have chosen to cover COVID-19 treatment without cost share. Please check with your employer to see if these temporary benefits are available under your plan.
Supporting you during COVID-19
Find helpful information and resources.
Find information for you and your employees.
Learn about changes that assist you and your patients.
Looking for more information?
These resources can help.
- Rhode Island Department of Health
Find information on COVID-19, including where to seek medical attention.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
This comprehensive resource offers COVID-19 news and recommendations.
- Find a Doctor
Need care but don’t have a doctor? Locate a provider in the BCBSRI network.
Rhode Island adults experiencing mental health and substance use crises can call (401) 414-LINK (5465).
- Kids’ Link RI™
This 24/7 hotline is for kids in emotional crisis—1-855-543-5465.
- United Way 211
You can call 211 for help 24/7 with housing, food, and so much more.
All in this together
From donating funds to delivering meals to sewing masks, we’re working alongside friends and neighbors to help Rhode Island through this difficult time.