Confidential Support in Times of Stress
Do you ever feel overwhelmed, or have a personal issue that occupies your thinking? Others often feel the same way – and there are many things that can cause these feelings. Maybe you have a personal or workplace issue that consumes your thoughts. Perhaps you, your child or your spouse is struggling with stress, depression or addiction.
MHBP can help. Your behavioral health benefit, administered by Optum, includes liveandworkwell.com. You can find programs, tools and resources that provide confidential support for those everyday challenges, and for more serious problems. It’s available around the clock – anytime you need it.
Available 24 hours a day
Your behavioral health benefit is available to you at any time, 24/7. A call-in specialist can talk with you and help find the right resources for your needs. Just call 1-877-262-2193. If you want to see a clinician, the specialist match you with one in our network that has the right experience to help you.
You also have access to online tools that can enhance your work, health and life. Go to liveandworkwell.com to review the available benefits and programs. You can also submit online requests for service while you’re there. Or search the online directory of clinicians and find resources for hundreds of issues that affect everyday life. You can even participate in interactive, self-improvement programs. Any MHBP member can access these great online resources – including your dependents who might be living away from home.
How much does it cost?
Some services may require pre-authorization and/or a copayment. And sometimes a deductible might apply. But you should not let these costs get in the way of using this benefit if you feel you or your family member need it. There is no additional charge for getting a referral and you can develop a personal plan online at no additional charge.
Personal and Confidential
You can rest easy, everything is completely confidential. All records – medical, referrals, evaluations, etc. – are kept strictly confidential in accordance with federal and state laws.
Get counseling for yourself, your spouse or your dependents for the following stressful and challenging personal issues:
- Anxiety and stress
- Alcohol abuse
- Drug abuse
- Anger management
- Coping with grief and loss
- Marital problems
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Compulsive spending or gambling
- Medication management
In an emergency, the first concern is your health. Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
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