Your HUSKY Health Member ID Card

When you join the HUSKY Health program, we will send you your blue and white HUSKY Health member ID card in the mail.

The HUSKY Health ID card has your name, member ID number, and the name of your HUSKY Health program (A, B, C, D, or LB). There are also helpful phone numbers on the back of the card.

HUSKY Health does not send out new HUSKY Health ID cards to members each year. You will receive your initial and only HUSKY Health ID card when you join the HUSKY Health program. You can always request a replacement ID card if your card is lost or stolen.

Need a replacement HUSKY Health member ID card?

While you can always call Member Engagement Services if you need a replacement HUSKY Health member ID card, you can also view and print your HUSKY Health member ID card online!

To see your member ID card online, or to print a copy of it, simply log in to your secure member account.

If you don’t already have an account, sign up for one today!

Need help signing up? Click here to learn how.

Need a replacement HUSKY Health ID card for a child/dependent?

If you're looking to view or print a HUSKY Health member ID card for someone in your household who is under 18 years of age, you must submit a “Child/Dependent Account Registration” form. This form can be found by logging into your secure member account.

You will need to fill in the dependent’s first and last name, date of birth, and HUSKY Health member ID number. Please allow three business days for the form to be reviewed. Once it’s approved, you will be able to view and print the HUSKY Health member ID card(s) for your underage dependent(s). Members who are 18 years of age or older must create their own account to view and print their member ID cards.

This portion of the HUSKY Health website is managed by Community Health Network of Connecticut, Inc.®, the State of Connecticut’s Medical Administrative Services Organization for the HUSKY Health Program. For the general HUSKY Health website gateway, please visit HUSKY Health includes Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and is administered by the Connecticut Department of Social Services.