Need help processing trauma?
Traumatic events can cause a variety of reactions, and usually affect people differently.
It is important to remember that having some reaction is normal.
Not feeling like yourself?
It's okay to not feel like yourself. You're being strong just by looking for answers.
- Learn more about mental illness
- Teen Mental Health: The Time to Act Is Now
Depression, parenting, health concerns, aging adults, help paying utility bills and more
- Grief support
- General mental health toolkit
Download posters, articles and gifs to use at work or wherever it can help.
- Kansas Resource Guide for COVID-19
- Wellness media library
- Emotional support
- Manatee, a free app designed to foster connections between parents and children. Parents can access free parenting resources, set goals and give rewards to encourage their kids to build healthy habits. Kids can use Manatee to learn how to identify their feelings and do self-care activities. Download Manatee in the App Store or download Manatee in Google Play.
2 in 5 Kansans experience mental illness in any given year.
Find the right mental health care
To better connect Kansans with in-network mental health care, BCBSKS has partnered with MiResource to guide you through the process of identifying the right mental health care.
Struggling and need help now?
It's okay to ask for help — it's a show of strength. Take the first step and click on the links below.
The Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is available 24/7 providing free and confidential support. Dial 988 on your phone.
Concerned about a loved one?
Sometimes we need our loved ones to be strong for us, too, and take the first step we just can't take yet. If you're concerned one of your loved ones is experiencing mental illness start here.