The Prevention Centers are designed to help our members, their families and others identify the following conditions, and to make informed decisions about treatment:
How Does it Work?
You may use information provided on this site on your own or by discussing this information with your clinician. The main goal of this information is to help you learn more about depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or substance use disorders and assist you to get professional resources if you believe that you or your child (in the case of ADHD) have one of these conditions. As with all medical diagnoses, the treatment outcomes for behavioral health issues are generally better the earlier the condition is identified. The information and tools are designed to be helpful if you're exploring these conditions for the first time or if you are already in treatment. On this site you will find the following information for each center:
- A screening tool to help you decide whether to seek care.
- Articles about behavioral health conditions and how they are treated.
- A list of organizations you can contact if you want more information about a condition and its treatment.
- Contact information for self-help groups if you want to talk with others who can provide support and encouragement.
- Information on how to contact us if you have questions or concerns.
Our site also contains information and tools for behavioral health and primary care providers.