Mental Health Resources

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)


Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through ComPsych GuidanceResources is free to all employees and their dependents.  They offer an extensive online resource section focused on personal and work-life issues.  They also offer no-cost counseling services with experienced consultants who can refer you to telephonic counseling and other resources.  For more information click here.

LiveHealth Online

LiveHealth Online is free for employees and dependents on the Roehl medical plan.  For those not on the medical plan, visit costs range from $80 per visit with a therapist or $95 per visit with a psychologist (specific pricing information can be found here).  LiveHealth Online offers virtual visits with licensed therapists or psychiatrists.  They are trained to help with stress, life transitions, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and more!  For more information click here.  

Learn to Live through Anthem

Learn to Live is free for employees and dependents on the Roehl medical plan.  This program uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you identify thoughts and behaviors that affect your well-being and teaches you effective ways to manage stress, anxiety, and more!  They offer personalized one-on-one coaching, the ability to add a support team, and live and on-demand webinars.  For more information click here.

In addition to the resources above, certain mental health services may be covered by the Roehl Medical Plan (deductibles, co-pays, and co-insurance applies).  Please reference your Summary Plan Description (SPD) and/or contact Anthem's Member Services at 833-578-4439 for more information.

Veteran Mental Health

Thank you for your service.  If you're looking for resources to assist with your mental health please click here to learn more. We hope that we can offer you support in adjusting to life out of the service.

Grief 

We've all experienced grief or loss in our lives. How we experience and deal with that grief is unique to each of us. Everyone copes in their own way and at their own pace, but making sure that your coping techniques are healthy is important.  Click here to learn more about grief and to better understand how you can cope.
 

Mental Health Matters 

 

  




If you or a loved one are in emotional distress or suicidal, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.  Trained crisis workers are available to talk 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis counseling and mental health referrals.  These calls are confidential and toll free.  To speak with someone, please dial 988 or call 1-800-273-8255.
 
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