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Behavioral Health Benefits

Over 100 Boeing members each month work with behavioral health professionals on the Boeing Care Management Team at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL).

Your BCBSIL health plan includes behavioral health benefits so you and your covered family members can obtain coverage for treatment of conditions, such as:

  • Alcohol and substance use disorder
  • Anxiety and panic disorders
  • Attention deficit disorders
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Schizophrenia and other mental health conditions

Find a Behavioral Health Provider

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Appointment Scheduling Available to Members Looking for Behavioral Health Providers

Boeing employees and covered dependents have access to a dedicated Customer Service team that can help them find Behavioral Health providers and schedule appointments. Just call 888-802-8776 and let the Health Advocate know you need help making an appointment.

Dedicated Boeing Care Management Team

You can work with a behavioral health clinician and get the assistance you need. Call 888-802-8776 to speak with a behavioral health professional on the Boeing Care Management Team at BCBSIL.

View the Care Management flier for Boeing members.

Substance Use Resource Center

Check out the Substance Use Resource Center, a publicly available, national resource designed to support people seeking substance use treatment and recovery services. The Substance Use Resource Center connects individuals in need with appropriate resources close to home from a source they can trust.

This resource can be shared with friends and family. It's open to everyone regardless of their insurance status.

Member communications and information from the program are not meant to replace the advice of health care professionals. Members are encouraged to seek the advice of their doctors or behavioral health specialist to discuss their health care needs. Decisions regarding course and place of treatment remain with members and their health care providers.