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Live Chat is staffed daily from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM CT. If you send a message outside of these hours, we will respond to the message the next day. The toll-free technical support phone number is 1-800-424-6008 and is staffed daily from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM CT.
Services provided through your program are voluntary and confidential and utilization of this program is not reported to your employer or maintained in a personnel file. The only exceptions are in the event of a mandatory referral as a condition of employment if your program utilizes mandatory referrals, if you consent to share information, or if Magellan is required by applicable law to report a situation to an appropriate person or office, such as in the case of a duty to report child or elder abuse or threats to commit self-harm or harm to others.
ADHD myths and facts
Learn about some of the misconceptions and facts on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).Learn More
Everyone eats for reasons other than hunger once in a while. But if you notice that you often reach for food out of boredom or for comfort, you may be eating for emotional reasons.Learn More
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Domestic violence—also called intimate partner violence—can take many forms. It can affect your mind and emotions, or it can be physical or dangerous to your life. If you're not sure if you're being abused, ask yourself these questions.Learn More
October is National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends that all people, starting at age 12, be screened for depression. Screening for depression helps find depression early. And early treatment may help you get better faster.Learn More
Mind Your Mental Health - October 3-9 is Mental Illness Awareness Week
This observance is designed to educate the public about the signs, symptoms and treatment options for depression, and to encourage those who might be suffering to respond to a brief, confidential battery of questions—a mental health screening.Learn More