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Human care is focusing on what matters most

Human care goes beyond your physical health. At Humana, we're committed to supporting your social and emotional health, as well. Here are some helpful resources.

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Worried that you may have been exposed to COVID-19?

Answer a few simple questions about your potential exposure and current health to help understand your risk for infection and determine the best next steps

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You are far from alone

Social isolation can be tough, mentally and physically. We're here to help support your physical, emotional and social needs. Through Far from Alone™, you'll find resources and practical tips for staying connected—even while we need to stay apart.

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Your Humana Neighborhood Center misses you!

Our doors may be temporarily closed, but our health and wellness classes are still available.

Check out our free online classes, virtual “soup can” workouts, and healthy cooking demos, or travel to exotic locations via video - all from the comfort of your home. You don't even have to be a Humana member to participate.

How can we help you?

So many of our daily routines have been disrupted by the coronavirus. We're here to help you navigate this "new normal." If you need help accessing care or finding resources to meet your emotional, physical or social needs give us a call.

1-877-883-8511 (TTY: 711)

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More helpful information for dealing with the challenges of COVID-19

Plan ahead with MyDirectives

Who will speak for you if you’re unable to speak for yourself? Humana members can create a MyDirectives® advance care plan to communicate their preferences about their care in the event that an accident or illness leaves them unable to do so.

Find help close to home

Our zoom in™ tool makes it easier to find the help you need close to home. Enter your ZIP code and street address to view a map showing local organizations that are ready to help.

Don’t neglect your mental health

Visit Psych Hub, a free resource to help people address their mental health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.