When it comes to your mental, physical, or financial health, it takes work to build a healthy lifestyle. But you don’t have to do it alone. As a member of the IBEW Local 353 you have a variety of mental health resources at your fingertips. Below are some helpful resources you can use to support an issue or a challenge you or a loved one might be facing.
Mental Wellness Benefit
As part of your IBEW Local 353 Benefit Plan, your Mental Wellness Benefit is reimbursed at 100% based on reasonable and customary charges, to a maximum of $2,500 per calendar year, per covered person for all mental wellness practitioners combined. Mental health practitioners must be registered with their profession’s regulatory or governing body in the province where services are provided. Coverage is subject to reasonable and customary limits. Here is the list of practitioners you have access to as part of your benefit plan:
- Clinical psychologist
- Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI)
- Social Worker
Member Assistance Program – Telus Health (formerly LifeWorks) – 1-866-289-6749
Your Member Assistance Program (MAP) provides you and your covered family members with immediate, no-cost, and confidential help for work, health, and life concerns. If you or your loved ones are feeling stressed about work, family, finances, or need some help finding services for life’s complications, contact Telus Health.
Your MAP provides 24/7 confidential short-term counselling at your fingertips anytime, anywhere whether online, on the phone, or on their app.
Visit one.telushealth.com | Username: canadalife | Password: telus1 or call the Care Access Centre toll-free at 1-866-289-6749 and indicate that you are a member of the IBEW Local 353.
Teladoc – 1-877-419-2378
If something is on your mind, big or small, there’s support for whatever challenge you might be facing. Mental Health Navigator offers you and your eligible family members a discreet and confidential way to seek mental health support from the comfort of your home. Their Mental health professionals are there to point people in the right direction and can help with:
- Controlling anxiety from work or home stressors,
- Managing and understanding depression, and
- Managing the responsibility of caring for an aging or dependent loved one.
Give Teladoc a call at 1-877-419-2378 and speak with a mental health navigator today.
From time to time, we all need support to deal with an issue or challenge. These mental health resources are there to support you when you need them the most.
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