Prioritizing mental health applies to each and every one of us. Find tips, tools and resources to help you better manage your mental health.
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Resources for help and crisis lines. Need to talk to someone? Specialists are available for confidential telephone counseling.
International suicide hotline:
Call or Text: 1-800-273-8255 or visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/ Spanish Text Suicide Hotline https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/help-yourself/en-espanol
Huntsman Mental Health Crisis Line
1-801-587-3000. For people in Utah a great first call for a mental health crisis.
National Sexual Assault Hotline:
Call 1-800-656-4673 or Live Chat https://www.rainn.org/
National Alliance on Mental Illness: Call or text the NAMI Helpline at 800-950-6264, or chat with us, M-F, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. ET. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) National Hotline:
1-888-843-4564 LGBT National Youth Talkline: www.lgbthotline.org/contact.html
Psychedelic Peer Support:
You can text or call 62-FIRESIDE (623-473-7433) 11 am - 11 PM PST
Apps to Support Mental Health
Mental health apps are a simple way to work on your mental health. Mental health app aren’t designed to diagnose a condition or substitute care from a mental health professional.
Still, they can support your overall mental health. Apps are a convenient way to get extra support between therapy sessions or office visits, and they can offer continued support after graduating from therapy.
Best overall: Moodkit
Best for therapy: Talkspace
Best for meditation: Headspace
Best for suicide awareness: Better Stop Suicide
Best for stress: iBreathe
Best for anxiety: MindShift CBT
Best for addiction: Quit That!
Best for boosting your mood: Happify
Best for eating disorders: Recovery Record
Best for OCD: NOCD
Best for sleep: Calm
Best for drinking less alcohol: Reframe
Best for quitting alcohol: I Am Sober
How do you know if your insurance covers therapy?
Register and log on to your insurance account online
Your health insurance plan’s website should contain information about your coverage and costs you can expect. Since insurers offer a variety of plans, make sure you’re logged on and viewing your specific insurance plan.
If you’re required to choose a therapist that’s in your plan’s network, a list of providers should be available online. You can also call and ask that a local list be given to you by phone or mail.
Call your insurance provider
If you need additional information, call the toll-free number on the back of your insurance card and ask questions about the types of therapeutic services you can expect coverage for, as well as any out-of-pocket costs you may incur. If you have a diagnostic code, that may help you get accurate information.
Ask the therapist if they accept your insurance
Therapists and other providers often change the insurance plans they’re willing to accept and may have opted out of your plan.