Mental Health
Scheduling a Mental Wellness Visit
Scheduling a Mental Wellness Visit

As we settle into the routines of our work and personal lives in this new normal, the day-to-day can sometimes seem repetitive. Sometimes, just talking with someone can help to put things into perspective. Sutter Health Plus members can schedule a secure, confidential in-person or virtual visit with a participating behavioral health provider through U.S. Behavioral Health Plan, California.

Help for Managing Alcohol Use
Help for Managing Alcohol Use

From sporting events to restaurants and celebrations, many adults enjoy an occasional alcoholic beverage during social gatherings. Some people, however, can develop an unhealthy relationship with alcohol for temporary relief from mental health issues, like anxiety and depression.

Improving Mental Wellness with Sanvello
Improving Mental Wellness with Sanvello

At Sutter Health Plus, we believe it’s important to care for both physical and mental wellness and encourage members to take advantage of their behavioral health benefits. This includes premium access to Sanvello—a top-rated app to help manage stress, anxiety, and depression 24/7—at no extra cost for members as part of the behavioral health benefits through U.S. Behavioral Health Plan, California (USBHPC), a subsidiary of Optum.

The New Work-Life Balance
The New Work-Life Balance

It’s important to balance working hours with a meaningful personal life, including self-care, family and friends, and the things you enjoy. Finding balance can sometimes be elusive and may require checking in with yourself to better manage your time.

Help for Substance Use
Help for Substance Use

Members have access to medically necessary care services for substance use disorders, including alcohol, through U.S. Behavioral Health Plan, California (USBHPC). This includes in-person or virtual individual and group visits with participating behavioral health providers, inpatient/outpatient treatment, and prescription drugs when medically necessary.

Caring for Your Mental Health this Holiday Season
Caring for Your Mental Health this Holiday Season

This year has been a struggle for our social and emotional selves. It is natural to feel disheartened as events and plans we normally look forward to are happening virtually, postponed, or canceled entirely. From adopting remote work and distance learning to canceled vacations, weddings, and other family events, many people are grieving the loss of significant social interactions in their lives.