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Behavioral Health

If your child has any of these symptoms, you may want to call a doctor:
  • Always feeling sad
  • Feeling hopeless and/or helpless
  • Feeling guilty or worthless
  • Problems sleeping
  • No appetite
  • Weight loss or gain
  • Loss of interest in things he/she likes
  • Problems paying attention
  • Being upset
  • Headache, stomachache or backache, but doctor has not found a cause
  • Drug or alcohol problems

Do you need help finding a behavioral health provider in your area? Call us at 1-866-698-5437 (TTY 711). We can give you a choice of doctors and help you find one in your area.

24-Hour Behavioral Health Crisis Line

Our 24-Hour Behavioral Health Crisis Line is 1-855-606-3622. If you or your child is having a behavioral health crisis, call this number. A trained person will listen to the problem. He or she will help you decide the best way to handle it.

Is this an emergency?

If this is a true emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Do this even if you are not in our service area.

If you’re not sure if it’s an emergency, call your child's primary care provider (PCP) or the 24-Hour Behavioral Health Crisis Line at 1-855-606-3622.


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Last Updated On: 10/23/2018