You have many demands on your time — work, family, finances, and maybe caring for elderly parents. Staying on top of it all can be challenging. Our behavioral health programs can provide you or a loved one with a path to recovery and resiliency. We offer specialized programs to help you get the right treatment for:
• Alcohol abuse or dependency
• Medical or psychiatric conditions
Sometimes it’s hard to know the difference between everyday stress and something more serious. The Aetna Behavioral Health Assessment is an online resource that may be able to clarify what kinds of emotional or mental problems you have been experiencing. If you are working with a health care provider — or thinking about seeing one — it can help him or her design the most appropriate care plan.
Yes, it is possible to find your own path to good health. Through our Simple Steps To A Healthier Life® program, you’ll get online wellness coaching programs that are included with your health benefits and insurance plan. And you’ll learn strategies to fit healthy living into your busy life — in simple steps, at your own pace. Our online programs can help you:
Your employer may offer an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Aetna. Among the many behavioral health programs we offer, Aetna Resources For LivingSM is there for those times when you need a little extra assistance. It provides:
Asking for help is the first step to feeling like yourself again. The above programs and resources are available to most Aetna members. Call the number on your member ID card to see if you are eligible.
Aetna Resources For Living is the brand name used for products and services offered through the Aetna group of subsidiary companies. The EAP is administered by Aetna Behavioral Health, LLC, Aetna Health of California Inc., and Health and Human Resources Company, Inc.
This material is for information only. Health benefits and health insurance plans contain exclusions and limitations. Health information programs provide general health information and is not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by a physician or other health care professional. Contact a health care professional with any questions or concerns about specific health care needs.
All calls are confidential, except as required by law (that is, when a person’s emotional condition is a threat to himself/herself or others, or there is suspected child, spousal or elder abuse, or abuse to people with disabilities). Services are available to you and your household members, including dependent children up to age 26, whether they live at home or not.
Information is believed to be accurate as of the production date; however, it is subject to change. For more information about Aetna plans, refer to www.aetna.com