Peer Support Program: Horizon Behavior Health
What is Peer Support?
Peer support is shown to be effective at helping people overcome a wide range of challenges, including mental health conditions and Substance Use Disorders (SUD). Peer support is covered under most Horizon insurance plans, which may mean no out-of-pocket costs to you.
Peer support specialists can help you strengthen your recovery and wellness skills and connect you with treatment and other resources. Through shared understanding, respect and mutual empowerment, peer support specialists can help you become and stay engaged in the recovery process and reduce the likelihood of relapse.
With a peer support specialist, you can:
- Develop a personal support system
- Feel more connected to therapy
- Improve relationships with your family and community
- Improve your social connections
- Increase your quality of life
- Reduce the chance of relapse
Increase empowerment and hope Is a Peer Support Program for Me?
Peer support has changed lives and if you are ready, it can change yours as well. Visit the Horizon Behavioral Health web site for more information on Peer Support programs or call Horizon Behavioral HealthSM to speak with someone who can help you to choose the program that is right for you
|Eligibility||Commercial Fully Insured and State Health Benefit Program/School Employees' Health Benefits Program (SHBP/SEHBP) members are eligible for the peer support program. Eligible members can call a provider directly or may be referred by a Horizon Case Manager, someone from Horizon's clinical or behavioral health teams, or a hospital's emergency room (ER) staff.|
Behavioral / Mental Health
Last Updated: 12/01/23