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Welcome! You’ve come to the right place to find free, confidential services to help you and your household members manage everyday challenges and work on more complex issues.
- Explore the variety of services available
- Find a provider to meet your unique needs
- Search the Learning Center for relevant health information and tools
Follow these steps to create an account
Click the “Find My Company | Log In” button on the top right of your screen. Next, click the "Log In" tab and text for "Don't have an account? Sign up" to complete your profile using your personal or work email address.
Why create an account?
You need an account to register for counseling sessions, access our full-suite of digital resources, get started with self-care apps and to save information for future reference.
Need help? Click the “Live Chat” button on the right.
Live Chat is here to help Monday - Friday 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. For technical issues, call 1-800-424-6008.
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.
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