For immediate support call UAMS Health AR ConnectNow at 1-800-482-9921
Starting the conversation is the first step to ending the stigmas surrounding behavioral health, but finding a provider when and where you need them isn’t always easy. Our whole person approach to healthcare recognizes that mental health is just as important as physical health.
Here, we are sharing resources that can help all Arkansans, regardless of their insurance status. And Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield members can learn more about their behavioral health benefits.
Normalizing the Conversation
It can be hard to ask for help when struggling with emotional health challenges. It’s time to normalize asking for help and end emotional health stigma.
UAMS Health AR ConnectNow
With AR ConnectNow , help is just a call away, putting you in touch with mental health professionals right here in Arkansas.
Emotional health challenges are more common than ever on high school and college campuses. The National Alliance on Mental Illness in Arkansas works to raise mental health awareness and advocate for students who need help.
Stress, anxiety, depression and substance use disorders can be difficult to talk about, but they are more common than many realize. It’s time to talk about it.
Through the AR ConnectNow platform, help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You don’t need health insurance or a referral to talk to local mental health professionals. By normalizing the conversation about this important, often misunderstood topic, we can foster healthier, happier, more informed and empowered communities.
For immediate support call AR ConnectNow at 1-800-482-9921, or visit the National Alliance on Mental Illness website for additional resources at NAMIArkansas.org.
About Arkansas Blue Cross' Whole Person Health Approach
Our approach to healthcare acknowledges that health is influenced by many factors, including both physical and behavioral health. There’s a strong link between these aspects, and Arkansas Blue Cross is committed to addressing all the ways lifestyle, behavior, environment and medical history can affect the physical and mental health of those we serve.
We call this a “Whole Person Approach” to healthcare.