Need MassHealth (Massachusetts Medicaid)?
Because everyone deserves quality health care, FCHP gives you access to the best. We offer a choice of doctors—so you can easily find a doctor who speaks your language or who has an office near your home.
FCHP MassHealth serves all cities and towns in Worcester County plus parts of Franklin County, Hampden County, Middlesex County and Norfolk County.
See a list of cities and towns in the FCHP MassHealth service area
Highlights of FCHP MassHealth
- Doctor’s office visits
- Prescription drug coverage
- Mental health care
Beacon Health Strategies manages mental health benefits for our MassHealth members. On their site you'll be able to look for behavioral health providers and find helpful information about behavioral health topics. To find a provider, click the link above and then type "FCHP" in the box called "Plan name."
- 24-hour emergency coverage
- 24/7 Nurse advice line
- Customer service help from interpreters who speak more than 140 languages
- Oh Baby! – A health and wellness program that offers free prenatal vitamins, a free car seat, a free breast pump, and other “little extras” for expectant parents
- Reduced rates at fitness clubs
- Discounts on complementary, or "alternative," health care products and services.
We offer MassHealth Basic, Standard/CommonHealth, Family Assistance and Essential plans.
Download the FCHP MassHealth covered services lists:
Questions about specific benefits?
Contact a member of our Customer Service team at:
1-800-341-4848 (TTY users please call TRS Relay 711.)
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Learn more about FCHP MassHealth
To learn about FCHP and all your MassHealth plan options, please call MassHealth Customer Service Center at:
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To learn more about FCHP or you have questions about your specific MassHealth benefits, call FCHP Customer Service at:
(TTY users please call TRS Relay 711.)
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Please note: MassHealth members must re-apply for benefits every year in order to keep their coverage.