Your Mental Health Matters
Good mental health is vital to your overall health. When our mental health is poor, it can affect our entire body and significantly harm our physical health.
For instance, research shows that stress is closely linked to high blood pressure, heart disease and obesity. It also shows that people who feel depressed or chronically stressed may have a greater risk of physical illnesses.
One in five Americans will need mental health treatment in his or her lifetime.
See your health care provider regularly to maintain good mental health. And explore recommended care guidelines for common mental health conditions.
Learn about ADHD in children and adults. And explore our health coaching options.
Explore types of anxiety, treatment options, and tips to curb your anxiety.
Get information on types of ASDs, symptoms, and support groups in your area.
Discover more about bipolar disorder and your health coaching options.
Learn about the signs and symptoms of depression and your health coach options.
Get access to case management support for anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating.
Maximize your follow up care to stay healthy as you transition back home.
Understand the signs, treatment options, and steps to recovery.
Take advantage of our recovery program and get a health coach to help you stay on track.
This confidential program empowers you to move toward your health goals over the long-term. You work one-on-one with your health coach to find ways to improve your health and well-being. Check your summary of benefits to see if you're eligible for health coaching.
We currently offer health coaches for the following conditions:
Benefits of a Health Coach
Get support, educational resources, and encouragement in a number of areas.
- Treatment options
- Healthy lifestyles
- Customized health information
- Health screenings
- Referrals to community and national resources
- Insurance benefits
Programs after an Inpatient Stay
We also help patients through case management, which is typically offered after an inpatient event, like an emergency room visit or checking into a clinic or a long-term care facility.
When you join the program, you're partnered with a case manager. Our case managers are licensed registered nurses and social workers with experience working in behavioral health settings.
Case Manager Support
Your case manager will serve as your personal advocate, working with you to help you reach success. Your case manager will:
- Communicate regularly with you, your family and your health care providers
- Identify covered treatment options and explain how they work
- Help you plan, coordinate and evaluate the services available
- Help you set long- and short-term goals
Get a Case Manager
If you feel you could benefit from this program, call us at 1-800-868-1032 today for more information.
If you have been in contact with CBA about case management and are ready to get started, please submit a consent form to get started.
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