Behavioral Health

Good health means more than just taking care of your body. It also means taking care of your mental health. Whether it’s alcohol or drug use, depression or lower stress, we can help. This is not a full list. View your Member Handbook or call us to learn more.

Assessments and Screenings

These tests look at your actions, emotions, and thoughts. They can help you know your symptoms. Your results will help you and your provider learn what may have caused them. Then, you can talk about what may help you most to get better. Some tests you take can earn .

Partial Hospitalization
An outpatient therapy program that helps treat mental health conditions. It can also be used to treat substance use disorder (SUD). PHP may be given in a hospital setting. It may be offered if you were recently in the hospital. It can be one-on-one and group therapy. If you are on medication, you will work with a prescriber to make sure it is working for you.

Also known as “talk therapy.” You can talk about your feelings, moods, or thoughts with a licensed counselor or therapist. You may learn new skills to change your actions, better relationships, and help your symptoms. Sessions can be one-on-one, with loved ones, or in a group.

Inpatient Services
When you spend at least one night in a hospital setting and get care. This care could be for mental health and/or substance use needs.

If You Need Counseling
We want you to get the help you need. Use our Find a Doctor tool to find therapists, substance use counselors, social workers, mental health centers and more.

If you need someone to talk to, call the CareSource24® Nurse Advice Line. We are here to help you if you are going through a mental health or substance use crisis.

Need Help Now?
Call 988 or text HOME to 741741 to reach a crisis counselor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.