Living well means taking care of your physical health and your mental health
Your behavioral health benefits, administered by MHN Services, LLC (MHN)*, provide treatment for mental health and substance use disorders. Behavioral health providers include therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists.
What services are covered?
Your mental health and substance use disorder benefits may include:
- Sessions with a therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist.
- Treatment follow-up and aftercare.
- Other inpatient and outpatient services that are medically necessary.
Need help finding a behavioral health provider?
MHN is here 24/7!
- For standard outpatient care, no referral is needed.
- Call the Mental Health Benefits number on the back of your ID card 24/7. If you need help finding a provider with availability, a Customer Service Representative will assist you.
- MHN will outreach to providers on your behalf and will contact you with the soonest appointment available.
- You can also use the Find-a-Provider link at MHN.com.
If you or a family member is in a mental health crisis situation or feeling suicidal, call 988 or go to the nearest ER. The 988 crisis line has 24/7 access to trained counselors to help members experiencing mental health-related distress or thoughts of suicide.
If you or a family member is in need of immediate medical assistance, call 911 or go to the nearest ER.
This is only a summary of benefits. For details about copayments, deductibles, exclusions and member/dependent eligibility, please refer to your plan documents, or contact MHN or your benefits manager.
- Behavioral Health Guide – English (PDF)
- Behavioral Health Guide – En Español (Spanish) (PDF)
- MHN website
- MHN provider search
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