Click on the tabs below to get connected with off-campus providers in your area.
- HealthiestYou: For students with the TU student insurance plan
- MiResource: For uninsured students or students with any other insurance
- BCBSOK: MDLive & Livongo: For faculty and staff
- Mental Health Association of Oklahoma: For resources in Oklahoma for all ages
“We’ve partnered with HealthiestYou, a Teladoc company, to provide free, unlimited access to virtual counseling for the 20-21 policy year. This new behavioral service will give you free access to board-certified psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and counselors as long as your UHCSR plan includes this benefit, which most do. Prescription medications may be available, when medically necessary. After completing your registration, you’ll choose your provider based on your preferences and needs. Appointments can be scheduled 7 days a week by phone or video.” – United Health Care Student Resources
For more information regarding the free, unlimited virtual counseling option offered through the student health insurance plan, as well as questions related to transitioning from BetterHelp to HealthiestYou, click here.
Whether you have the student health insurance plan, another insurance plan, or are uninsured, you can access HealthiestYou by clicking on “Get Started” or “Get the App” here.
For local providers screened by TU CAPS Staff, click here. You can create an account on the site, or you can click “Skip” at the bottom of the page to see preferred providers. Once on the Provider Search page, type in Tulsa, OK in the location box to refine the search for local providers.
BCBSOK: MDLive & Livongo
Virtual mental health services are covered for faculty and staff with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma insurance. Refer to your specific coverage plan for details. Information below from BCBS of OK, click here for more information.
“Coping with the stress and anxiety of COVID-19 can be overwhelming. Remember to take care of your mental health.
- If you need help, call your primary care doctor. They may be able to see you over the phone or by video chat. Or they may refer you to someone else. Your health plan covers mental health services, including counseling.
- Many BCBSOK health plans include 24/7 phone access to licensed mental health care specialists as part of the mental health coverage. The number may be listed on your member ID card, or you can call Customer Service to find out if you have this benefit.
Find free COVID-19 mental wellness support from Livongo’s ***.”
– Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma
Getting sick is never convenient, and finding time to get to the doctor can be hard. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK) provides you and your covered dependents access to care for non-emergency medical issues through MDLIVE.
MDLIVE doctors can help treat the following conditions and more:
- General health: Allergies, Asthma, Nausea, Sinus Infections
- Pediatric care: Cold/flu, Ear problems, Pinkeye
- Behavioral health: Online counseling, Child behavior/learning issues, Stress management
Whether you’re at home or traveling, access to a board-certified doctor is available from 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can speak to a doctor immediately or schedule an appointment based on your availability. In some situations virtual visits can also be a better alternative than going to the emergency room or urgent care center.
- Step 1: Connect online through MDLIVE.com/bcbsok or by downloading the MDLIVE app
- Step 2: Register! You’ll need to provide your first and last name, date of birth and BCBSOK member ID number.
- Step 3: Choose and chat with a doctor.
- Step 4: Prescriptions sent electronically to a pharmacy of your choice (when appropriate)
Mental Health Association of Oklahoma
“Virtual support groups are where you can come together with others going through the same issues as you. They are where you can share your stories and experiences with people who understand what you are going through better than anyone else because they have been there, too. Together, you will help each other in ways no one else can.” – Mental Health Association of Oklahoma