Connecting with communities
Security Health Plan invests resources to promote initiatives important to the health of Wisconsin communities. Read on to learn more.
- In-kind gifts: Donations such as door prizes, giveaway items and equipment to support community events or fundraisers.
- Sponsorships: Financial donations to support community events or fundraisers such as run/walk events, galas and conferences.
- Charitable contributions: Financial donations awarded to non-profits and community organizations whose objectives, goals and initiatives closely align with Security Health Plan's mission.
Healthy minds, healthy lives
Behavioral, Emotional and Social Traits (b.e.s.t.) is a screening tool that brings behavioral health services directly to schools. Educational professionals monitor each student for behavioral, emotional and social health risk factors. They then receive information to help identify and quantify student behavior patterns, reinforce positive behavior in the classroom and schoolwide, and determine the next steps for students needing extra support.
Community Benefits program library
Security Health Plan has long sought to improve the quality of health care, reduce health care costs and improve people's health care experience. We began our Community Benefits program in 2011 to support organizations in the communities we serve. Our Community Benefit reports show how we have pursued these goals.
2020 Community Benefit report
2019 Community Benefit report
2018 Community Benefit report
2017 Community Benefit report
2016 Community Benefit report
2015 Community Benefit report
2014 Community Benefit report
2013 Community Benefit report
2012 Community Benefit report