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May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. If you are struggling with sadness, worry, or another emotional concern-now or in the future-there are ways to get help. Everybody's first step might look different. Here are a few places you can start:

-Use an online tool. The Digital Mental Health tool from Learn to Live is included with your plan. This resource offers self-paced programs with optional coaching support. It helps you recognize your triggers and control your symptoms. To access this tool, login to your Blue Access for Members account, click wellness, and choose Digital Mental Health.
-Tap into the Employee Assistance Program. Check with your company's HR team to see if they offer an EAP. Most EAPs include a set of free counseling sessions and other resources.
-Find a provider. In-network mental health care includes in-person and virtual options. To find a provider, login to your Blue Access for Members account, select find care, and search using terms like "counseling" or "psychology".

It's normal to have little road bumps from time to time, but when your moods start to affect your behavior or your health, it's time to seek help. Getting support from a trained behavioral health professional can give you skills to cope and may help you feel better.

-BCBS Connect Team
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