Behavioral Health (Mental Health and/or Substance Use)
We make different types and levels of mental health and/or substance use services available to you, based on the services you need and/or any medical conditions you have.
To make sure you get the best possible care, our care managers can:
- Monitor and coordinate your treatment
- Review your needs for ongoing care
- Make sure you have timely and easy access to the care you need
- Give you information about community-based services
- Work with you to improve your and your family’s health
- Make sure your care continues smoothly, if you change doctors or plans
For more information, visit our Online Health Guide (link opens outside Tufts Health Plan's website). Or use our Find a Doctor, Hospital or Pharmacy tool if you need help finding a mental health provider.
Get help for depression
Thanks to advances in treatments, there are medications and other treatment options to help you recover if you’re feeling depressed. We can help you find resources in your community and work with your doctor to make sure you get the support you need.
Know the signs of depression
There are times in life when we feel “depressed” or down. Usually these feelings pass, but sometimes they don’t. When these feelings linger, they can leave us feeling hopeless. A feeling of emptiness may be a sign of a treatable medical illness called depression.
Talk to your doctor about depression if:
- You feel hopeless or down every day for more than two weeks
- You believe these feelings get in the way of work or relationships
- You notice major changes in sleep habits, appetite, weight, energy level or concentration
For more information about depression, see our Online Health Guide (link opens outside Tufts Health Plan's website).
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