Gain peace of mind

If you or a loved one are struggling with the challenges of personal or family problems, do not allow these problems to overwhelm your life. Effective treatment is available to alleviate the symptoms of chronic stress, anxiety, emotional and behavioral health problems. Services are confidential, convenient, and solution-focused.

More than one out of ten Americans are likely to experience an emotional or behavioral health condition in their lifetime.


What Services are Covered By My Health Plan?

Your health plan provides you and your dependents with benefit coverage for the assessment and treatment of a broad range of emotional and behavioral health conditions for children and adults. Your plan covers a comprehensive array of services including: counseling, psychiatric care, psychological services, psychotherapy, as well as inpatient,  partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment. Please see your Health Benefit Summary Plan Description for details or ask your Human Resources office for more information.

Who Will I See For Help?

All eligible participants and their dependents have access to the Midwest Behavioral Health Network, also called MBHN.

The MBHN network offers a wide choice of behavioral health professionals who practice in private office settings, groups, and agencies.

Counselors or Therapists - These professionals have masters degrees, and are licensed as clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, mental health counselors, or addiction counselors.

Psychologists are Ph.D. educated and are licensed to perform therapy and psychological testing.

Psychiatrists are licensed physicians who specialize in the treatment of behavioral health disorders. Highly qualified professionals, hospitals and organizations throughout the area are available to help you and your family.

What Are the Costs?

Your health plan makes access to professional behavioral health and substance abuse services very affordable. See your Health Benefit Summary Plan Description for details. Your out-of-pocket costs and benefit coverage are subject to the terms of your plan.

How Do I Get Started?

For referral assistance, call Midwest Behavioral Health Network. You can discuss your needs in confidence with a knowledgeable and experienced psychiatric nurse or clinical social worker who will help you find the appropriate provider(s).

Outpatient Care: For outpatient care, each policy has its set of terms for pre-authorization of different types of treatment, including behavioral health. Call your insurance plan’s Member Services or call MBHN to get information about your plan’s requirements.

Inpatient Care: Pre-authorization is required for inpatient hospitalization and may apply to some specialized services.

Call Midwest Behavioral Health Network for Referral Assistance and  Pre-Authorization Information: