Ways to stay healthy

Whether you are experiencing emotional challenges, looking for ways to better respond to stress or trying to fit some exercise into your day, we have resources and tools to help.


Living Well at Home

Live fitness classes, health and wellness webinars and guided mindfulness sessions — all at no cost to you and easy to access via Zoom.

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Behavioral health and emotional support

Resources for those experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship issues or other emotional challenges.

If you are experiencing a crisis or emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency facility right away.


Harvard Pilgrim programs

Behavioral health access center

Licensed care advocates can help you find available providers, including Express Access providers, who offer routine appointments within five business days of request, and those who offer virtual visits (telehealth).1 Language assistance is available. Call 24/7.

Call (888) 777-4742 | TTY: 711

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Substance use help line

Available 24/7, recovery advocates and licensed clinicians can connect you with an in-network provider within 24 hours. Interpreter services are available.

Call (855) 780-5955 | TTY: 711

Online and mobile support

Doctor on Demand2

Virtual visits for behavioral health from the privacy of your home.

Learn more about Doctor On Demand

National resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Lifeline provides free and confidential support 24/7 for people in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources. Available in English and Spanish.

Call (800) 273-TALK (8255) | TTY: 711/(800) 273-8255



1 Medicare Enhance and Medicare Supplement members: Check with your providers that accept Medicare to see if they offer telehealth.
2 Doctor On Demand is not available to Medicare Enhance or Medicare Supplement members.