A few years ago, CDPHP member David was at a low point. “I was in rough shape. I was homeless and had little regard for my health. I lost relationships with my family, my friends.” Finding himself relying on substances and increasingly hopeless, David knew he could no longer do it alone. Following a hospitalization in the crisis unit, David received a call from CDPHP that would change his life.
“When I was discharged, the insurance company called me and wanted to make sure I was okay,” said David. Following an emotional conversation, the CDPHP care manager recommended that David connect with a CDPHP partner, aptihealth. She explained that aptihealth could provide comprehensive mental health and substance use therapy, all from a smartphone, computer, or tablet.
aptihealth provided the personalized care and support that David needed to help him make positive changes in his life. “aptihealth, from the very beginning, treated me like I was a regular human being. That made me want to keep coming back,” David recalls. “I wasn’t told what to do. I was simply enlightened on what I could do.”
Today, David has stable housing, full-time employment, relationships with family and friends, and has been in recovery for two years. He looks forward to a future full of promise and hope. David’s journey is a shining example of the impact that evidence-based treatment and a personalized care plan can have on an individual’s life.
You can watch David’s full story and learn more about aptihealth.
If you or a family member needs help, visit apti.com/CDPHP to sign up.
To speak to a CDPHP representative about all the mental health care services available to you, contact the CDPHP Behavioral Health Access Center at 1 (888) 320-9584. If you are in a life-threatening situation, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 (800) 273-8255.
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