If you or someone you know is struggling, you are not alone. Dean Health Plan offers many supports, services and treatment options within our network.
Changes in behavior or mood may be early warning signs of a mental health or substance use condition and should never be ignored. If you or a loved one needs assistance, seek help today.
If you are in emotional crisis, thinking about suicide, or are concerned about someone who might be, you are not alone. Support is available. Learn about what to do in a crisis.
It’s important to follow up with your outpatient providers to discuss a treatment plan that meets your individual needs. Learn more about follow-up visits.
Early detection, diagnosis and a treatment plan consisting of medication, therapy and healthy lifestyle choices can help improve symptoms of depression and anxiety. See more about managing depression and anxiety.
Call the Customer Care Center number on the back of your insurance card or use our online provider search to find in-network care choices. In-network providers are those who have a legally binding agreement with Dean Health Plan to provide services to Dean Health Plan members.
Please refer to your plan materials for your additional financial responsibility when using a non-contracted provider for services. Non-contracted providers are those who do not have a legally binding agreement with Dean Health Plan to provide services to health plan members.
If you are in emotional crisis, thinking about suicide, or are concerned about someone who might be, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. You can also call the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.
We provide free phone education and resource coordination for members with complex, unstable behavioral health conditions. Learn more about our services.