Mental & Behavioral Health
With the world-changing events of the coronavirus pandemic, symptoms of stress and anxiety have increased for many. If you’re living with mental health challenges like depression, anxiety, addiction or loneliness, you may be feeling that stress more than normal. The good news is that there are a number of effective treatments and care options available.
Whether you’re dealing with addiction or just want someone to talk to, we can help. CareFirst offers a variety of thoughtful resources that address the importance of identifying, treating and caring for your behavioral, mental and emotional health and well-being. Here are some resources to help you can ease your day-to-day pressure and stress.
Find a Provider & Resources
Our dedicated support team can direct you to the right provider or resource for your specific needs.Read more
Behavioral Healthcare Coordination
Receive one-on-one support from a care coordinator.Read more
CareFirst Video Visit
Talk to a licensed psychologist or therapist from the privacy of home. These professionals are available from 7 a.m.-11 p.m. ET, seven days a week. The cost varies depending on your insurance benefits, but the cost will always be visible before you accept or begin a session.Register at carefirstvideovisit.com
Substance Use Recovery Program
If you’re struggling with addiction, CareFirst offers a program to assist in your recovery.Read more
Help for Parents
This time’s been especially tough on children. As a parent, family member or caregiver to a child receiving behavioral health services, it can get overwhelming. A behavioral healthcare coordinator can be an advocate for you and your child.Read more
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
This site includes a Coronavirus Information and Resources Guide, as well as tips for people with mental illness.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
This site provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
This site provides a disaster distress line to help people deal with the emotional effects of major disasters.