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Retiree Health and Welfare Benefit Summaries

    Please note this coverage information is for non-Medicare Primary members.

  • Overview

    The MAP is a free, confidential, professional consultation and referral program. It is designed to help you and your household members address and resolve personal problems that may be interfering with work or home life. There are no costs to you for these services. They are  available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for information, guidance, or assistance.

  • Eligibility

    Active and Non-Medicare Primary Retired Participants enrolled in the Operating Engineers PPO Plan and their household members (not restricted only to eligible dependents).

  • Sessions Available

    Up to eight (8) sessions per issue/incident per eligible person, per year  for each situation for which you seek assistance.

  • How to Access

    Call 866-250-1555 at any time. A trained intake specialist will assist you with obtaining services. They will provide you with names and telephone numbers for providers best suited to meet your needs. You must call the provider to set up an appointment and then call CBH back to obtain an authorization. The sessions may include:

    • Short-term counseling by a qualified specialist
    • Face-to-face, telephonic or web video assessments
    • Crisis intervention
    • Community resources and affiliations referrals
    • Family mediation services

    Access MAP services online through Talkspace

    Members have access to convenient MAP services through Talkspace as part of your benefits with Carelon Behavioral Health.
    Click here for more details.

    Any personal information you may share with a MAP counselor is strictly confidential, and all member assistance communications are in accordance with legal requirements for confidentiality.

  • MAP Counseling Focus

    • Marriage, family and relationship issues
    • Stress and anxiety
    • Depression
    • Grief and loss
    • Anger Management
    • Domestic Violence
    • Alcohol and drug dependency
    • Other emotional health or similar issues