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Improving Behavioral Health

We all feel down, worried, or overwhelmed at times. But when these feelings last a while or they stop you from doing daily tasks, it may be time to seek help. We want to help you improve your behavioral health through valuable tips, interactive tools, and helpful resources.

CommonGround

CommonGround is an approach to recovery. Whether you're recovering from a behavioral health condition, an addiction, or both, the CommonGround Library offers strategies and tools to help you start recovery and deal with daily challenges.

The CommonGround Library has 28 Learning Tracks. These are grouped into four different categories so they’re easier to use. Each Learning Track has different tools to help you with different aspects of recovery.

You can review the Learning Tracks in any order. Browse through them all, or go directly to a specific Learning Track to learn more about that topic.

For more information on CommonGround, please visit our CommonGround Library page.

CHESS Connections App

The CHESS Connections app is staffed by certified peer recovery specialists who have lived experience in substance abuse disorders. The Connections app helps patients build healthy habits, reinforce community, and celebrate health milestones. The app offers 24/7 recovery support and moderates discussion groups and video support meetings to create meaningful engagement and dialogue. By downloading the Connections app you can utilize:

  • Anonymous, moderated discussion forums to send and receive community peer support
  • Digital CBT to learn recovery skills
  • Recovery and sobriety tracking
  • Gamification: activity points, levels & badges
  • Video and community resource library
  • Reminders and motivations
  • Crisis support

You can download the app from the Apple AppStore or Google Play.

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For more information on improving your mental health, please visit our Restoring Mental Health page.

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Recovery Support

For those enrolled in care management for their behavioral health, you will receive access to our SUD Recovery Support Program which is a mobile platform consisting of:

  • Digital cognitive behavioral therapy to teach and reinforce key recovery skills
  • Online, moderated discussion groups with peers and secure messaging with clinicians and recovery coaches to address patient isolation and provide 24/7 support
  • Recovery progress tracking through daily and weekly check-in’s, sobriety tracking, and treatment planning functions
  • Appointment and medication reminders to help you stay on track to recovery
  • Video, audio, and written content to help you stay motivated and educated

For more information on the SUD Recovery Support program or care management please visit our Care management page or contact us.

Value-added benefits

We offer lots of benefits to our members, including support in mental and behavioral health. Please visit our Value-added benefits page for information surrounding programs that can help you in your pursuit of better health.

Value-added benefits

Learn to Live

Learn to Live can help you in tackling 7 key areas of your emotional well-being:

  • Social anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress, anxiety, and worry
  • Insomnia
  • Substance use
  • Panic
  • Resilience

By identifying the problem, they begin to identify the behavior patterns that elevate your issues and begin to understand how your mind works. Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Learn to Live will help you with setting goals and developing healthy habits that you can practice and repeat. Learn to live will help you track your progress and give you the tools and strategies to help lead you to manage your thoughts, actions, and attention so you can live the life you want to.

Log in to your account to get started! For more information on Learn to Live, please visit their website.

Learn to Live

Shine Light on Depression

Find free and helpful resources to support the mental health of our youth and amplify the conversation surrounding childhood and teen depression and suicide.

Shine Light on Depression offers school-based programs focused on:

  • Classroom education
  • Family engagement
  • Teen empowerment

You can also discover complimentary resources on:
  • Educational programs
  • Mental health and substance use disorders
  • Getting immediate help

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call one of these lifelines available 24/7 or 911 immediately.

National Suicide Preve​ntion Lifeline (English)
988

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Spanish)
988

video conference

National Suicide Prevention for Deaf & Hard of Hearing
Video call: (800) 273-8255
TTY: (800) 799-4889
Caption phone: (800) 273-8255

For more information on supporting the mental health of our youth, addressing depression, and suicide prevention please visit the Shine a Light on Depression website.

Restoring mental health

Mental health and behavioral health go hand-in-hand. Please visit our mental health page to explore more tips and resources in improving your mental health.

Restoring mental health