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Get support for a wide range mental and emotional health needs.  Find resources for anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, eating disorders and many more.

 

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The SEAP team is available 24/7 to assist with any personal problems. Call SEAP at 1-800-692-7459.

 

 

HealthFlex participants with Blue Cross Blue Shield as their medical carrier should call 866-804-0976 to access their behavior health benefits, including making an appointment with a provider. Please note that all HealthFlex participants will continue to use Optum for their EAP Live and Work Well online resources.

 

 

EAP services are available to all current employees and family members living in your household. Through your EAP, you will find a number of resources to help you both at work and at home, in your daily life. If you have additional questions about your EAP, you can call 866-248-4096 or contact your HR Representative.

 

 

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From starting a new job to raising kids to managing your money, there are hundreds of ways life can challenge you. To meet these challenges, Liberty Mutual Insurance offers Work Life Solutions, our Employee Assistance Program. A Work Life Solutions specialist is available day or night to provide free, confidential support for any number of life’s challenges, from child care to elder care to self care. You and your family members are eligible for up to ten, free, face-to-face counseling sessions, per issue, per family member, per year.

 

 

The Employee Assistance Program will offer telephonic EAP support. Different benefit plans may also include no cost face-to-face sessions with a network provider. Please contact the EAP program to determine which benefit plan is available to you.

 

 

United Behavioral Health is Harvard Pilgrim's partner for behavioral health coverage. Here you can find providers, manage claims, or leverage the multiple mental health resources available to support your needs.

 

 

The Employee Assistance Program will offer telephonic EAP support. Other benefit plans may also include face-to-face and virtual sessions with a network behavioral health provider. Please contact the EAP program to determine which benefit plan is available to you.

 

 

If you're a PayPal employee outside the U.S., go to your international LiveWell site.

 

 

On January 1, 2022, for those enrolled in an Aetna medical plan, your plan administrator for your behavioral health benefits will transition to Aetna. Please call the HealthyQuest Advocate 800-423-2574 with any questions. For those enrolled in the UnitedHealthcare medical plan, your behavioral health benefits plan administrator will continue to be Optum. Additionally, effective on 1/1/2022, your EAP benefits will be through Spring Health. You can access Spring Health after 1/1/2022 at 855-629-0554 or quest.springhealth.com.

 

If you’re a UHG employee outside the U.S., go to your international LiveWell site.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, call 988. If there is a
life-threatening emergency, call 911. Additional crisis resources can be found here.

“PBH” is a private label brand for your Mental Health and Chemical Dependency benefit delegated for behavioral health benefits and administered through United Behavioral Health (UBH), also operating under the brand “Optum”, used by various health services entities whose ultimate parent is UnitedHealth Group, Inc.

IMPORTANT: Maximize your benefits and limit potential out-of-pocket costs by using the Optum network of providers and facilities. For help finding a provider and other confidential services, call 877-468-1029.

This site provides general information about behavioral health and wellness. It is not intended to provide or be a substitute for clinical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical or behavioral health conditions.

HP does not recommend or endorse any procedures, products, opinions or other information provided on this site, and any reliance on any information provided by this site is solely at your own risk.

In California, Optum is known as OptumHealth Behavioral Solutions of Ca.

Administered by Optum, the Associate Assistance Program is completely confidential for you and your household members. Your name(s) will not be reported back to Nationwide.

To access the Associate Assistance Program for in-person or telephonic services 24/7, please call toll-free 866-319-4476. For hearing impaired TDD, call 866-216-9926.

The information provided in this website by Optum is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to be a statement of Nationwide policy, nor grant any benefits that are not currently offered by Nationwide.

Furthermore, this information is not intended to constitute medical, legal, or financial advice and should not be a substitute for consultation with medical, legal, or financial professionals. The terms of the Access Agreement between you and Optum govern your use of the information and materials provided on the website.

IMPORTANT: Maximize your benefits and limit potential out-of-pocket costs by using the Optum network of providers and facilities. For help finding a provider and other confidential services, call 855-892-2392.

This site provides general information about behavioral health and wellness. It is not intended to provide or be a substitute for clinical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical or behavioral health conditions.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise does not recommend or endorse any procedures, products, opinions or other information provided on this site, and any reliance on any information provided by this site is solely at your own risk.

In California, Optum is known as OptumHealth Behavioral Solutions of Ca.

UnitedHealthcare SCO is a Coordinated Care plan with a Medicare contract and a contract with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Medicaid program. Enrollment in the plan depends on the plan's contract renewal with Medicare.

The Ohio EAP ensures strict confidentiality as governed by State Law (Ohio Revised Code 3701.041) and Federal Regulations (42 CFR Part 2) to protect clients. No information regarding an employee's participation in EAP is released unless the employee authorizes it in writing.