Your behavioral health resources

Whether you need occasional emotional support or ongoing mental health care, we’re here to help. Many of our plans also include virtual therapy options, no-cost counseling sessions through your Individual Assistance Program (IAP) or Employee Assistance Program (EAP), self-guided support tools, and other mental health resources. If you’re an Asuris member, sign in to your account to search for a behavioral health provider in your network or to see the resources available through your plan.

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Not sure what type of care you need?

From talk therapy to medication, there are many types of mental health treatment. Learn about your options, how to recognize signs and symptoms, the different kinds of providers and more.

Virtual mental health providers & support tools

Virtual therapy can be more comfortable than going in person, and it can also be a faster way to get care. Many mental health providers offer virtual appointments, and as an Asuris member, you may also have in-network access to the virtual providers in the table below.

Not all virtual providers are available on all plans. To see if these providers are in your network, sign in to your account and go to Find care. Under Find a provider, select Behavioral health. From here, click More filters and Provider name, and then type in the name of the provider. You can also find out who’s on your plan by calling or chatting online with Customer Service.

Get one-on-one support

The Asuris care management program comes with your health plan. Our staff includes behavioral health specialists who provide guidance and support when you need it most.


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More behavioral health topics

As an Asuris member, you can access a library of articles and decision-making tools to help you understand mental and behavioral health issues. Get answers to your questions with this content available through our partners at Healthwise.

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SAMHSA resources

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) provides free, confidential, 24/7 treatment referral and information for individuals and families facing mental health and/or substance use disorders.

Reach their helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

We’re here to help

If you have questions about mental health services or what’s covered under your plan, sign in and chat online or give us a call at the number on the back of your member ID card.