Additional Member Benefits
As a U of U Health Plans member, you have access to additional benefits to make your life, at least with health insurance, just a little easier.
We are constantly working on improving the way coverage and care are offered to you, so please come back to see what additional benefits we have added for our members.
For the UNI CrisisLine, call 801-213-0816.
Members of our community should never feel they must face a mental health challenge alone. University of Utah Health Plans and UNI have teamed up to provide crisis response programs that aim to provide immediate behavioral therapy access. From a fast-acting Mobile Crisis Outreach Team to The Warm Line, which offers a compassionate voice on the other end of the line, U of U Health Plans members
For Any Mental Health Crisis:
Licensed clinicians provide services 24/7 for crisis intervention & suicide prevention
For Prompt, Face-to-Face Crisis Response:
UNI Mobile Crisis Outreach Team consultation & support to individuals & families within Salt Lake County and Davis County. Triaged through the UNI CrisisLine. Youth & adult services teams are available 24/7.
To contact a care coordinator, call 801-587-2851.
U of U Health Plan members can call our Access Assistance line to help find a provider, transition to an in-network provider or schedule an appointment.
Moving from a different network and need a medication refill? We can help you locate a provider in your neighborhood or a location of your choice.
We also have a team of registered nurses available to assist you in coordinating your
To talk to a nurse, call 801-505-3198.
If you would like general information about health resources related to your insurance our nurses are here to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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