Counseling Services Available Through BSSP-sponsored Benefits
In response to the need for additional behavioral health services beyond those covered through the EAP and medical plan, the BSSP Board of Directors has approved special funding for mental health and trauma recovery sessions.
These events are open to anyone covered by a BSSP medical plan, with priority given to those impacted by the Camp Fire. Registration is $25.
Advance registration is required; email email@example.com or call 530-879-7438 to register.
Mental Health Counseling Options Available through BSSP
Anthem Network Providers -- subject to your plan's deductible and office visit copay/coinsurance provisions
Click here to search for network providers (select Behavioral Health).
Anthem EAP Counseling Services - available to ANY employee of a BSSP-participating district.
EAP Podcast: What Can the EAP Provide?
Anthem EAP Frequently Asked Questions
www.anthemeap.com and enter SISC to log in.
We hope you'll reach out to EAP if you've been affected by the Camp Fire. It's hard when devastation like this hits and you have to deal with the unexpected. Your EAP is here, ready to help. There's no cost to any EAP services ... any member of your household (including those not covered under your medical plan), may access these resources.
Let EAP know if you or household members need help coping, including:
When you need answers, let EAP give you a helping hand.
MDLIVE Behavioral Health Services - available to employees covered under a BSSP+SISC Medical plan
Phone #: 888-632-2738
When dealing with struggles brought on by the Camp Fire, or just life in general, it helps to have someone to talk to. Whether it’s stress, anxiety, depression or sudden loss, MDLIVE can help. Speak with a licensed therapist on your schedule, from wherever you're located. Don’t go it alone, MDLIVE is here for you!
How can you connect to a therapist?
There are two ways to connect with a therapist - either by phone or through secure video.
Camp Fire Resources Moving Forward
California Wildfires Helping Handbook
EAP - Wildfires Resource Guide
Returning to Your Home or Property
California Department of Insurance Wildfire Resources
EAP - Tips for Homeowners About to Be Renters After a Disaster
Homeowners Insurance Policy Guide
Helping Handbook: A Resource for Families and Small Businesses
California Statewide Wildfire Recovery Resources
Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety - Wildfire
EAP - Tips for Talking to Children and Youth After Traumatic Events
EAP - Managing Your Stress: Tips for Survivors of a Traumatic Event
EAP - Wildfires: Before, During and After
Camp Fire Informational Resources
Butte County Recovers Website
Butte County Office of Education - Special Education Local Plan Area
Resources To Support Camp Fire Victims
Online Informational Resources - click the links below
Please keep in mind that we have not confirmed if these providers currently have services available. To access the websites, please click on the links below.
Small Business Administration
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
500 C Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20472
If a disaster is declared, please call to apply for assistance by phone, or visit https://www.disasterassistance.gov to apply online.
211 Butte County
2-1-1 is an easy to remember phone number that connects callers to information and services in times of need. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even during disasters. Please call if you are seeking resources such as clothing, food or programs for your families.
CalFire Structure Status Map
Butte County Sheriff’s Office
Temporary Housing Options
USDA Forest Service
National Wildfire Coordinating Group
Google Crisis Map
For information about road closures you may dial 511 or obtain information online at http://www.dot.ca.gov/cgi-bin/roads.cgi.
California Office of Emergency Services
Family Temporary Assistance Program
Local Salvation Army Locator