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Advocacy Initiatives

Learn more about how Partners Health Plan advocates for individiuals with intellectual and developmental disabilites and our involvement with advocacy initiatives across New York State. 

Latest Advocacy News & Initiatives

Partners Health Plan Presents at The Arc National convention

Partners Health Plan Presents at The Arc National Convention Inclusion B...

Join Partners Health Plan at Autism Conference: Living Your Best Life Neurodiverse Partnerships

Join Partners Health Plan at the 2022 Hudson Valley Autism Conference: Living Your Best Life Neurodiverse Partnerships Partners Health Plan will be at the 2022 Hudson Valley Autism Conference: Liv...

SAVE THE DATE: NYDA Capitol Rally

SAVE THE DATE:NYDA Capitol Rally

Celebrating Disability Employment Success

Partners Health Plan members are sharing their employment journey stories to elevate disability employment awareness.  These stories describe the diverse experiences of people with disabilities and...

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Contact Partners Health Plan for current member assistance, to learn more about becoming a PHP member, or for general questions and inquiries.

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  • Partners Health Plan
  • 2500 Halsey Street
    Bronx, NY 10461
  • (855) PHP-LIVE or (855) 747-5483
  • TTY:711
  • 8am-8pm, 7 days a week

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855-747-5483 | TTY/TDD:711
Partners Health Plan is a managed care plan that contracts with Medicare and the New York State Department of Health (Medicaid) to provide benefits to Participants through the Fully Integrated Duals Advantage for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (FIDA-IDD) Demonstration.

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The State of New York has created a Participant Ombudsman Program called the Independent Consumer Advocacy Network (ICAN) to provide participants free, confidential assistance on any services offered by Partners Health Plan. ICAN may be reached toll-free at 1-844-614-8800 (TTY users call 711, then follow the prompts to dial 844-614-8800) or online at icannys.org.