Telemedicine & Virtual Mental Health Services
Qualified youth workers and their families can access telemedicine & virtual mental health services through First Stop Health beginning January 1.
All community-based youth-serving organizations that support the educational, social, emotional, and physical development of Indiana youth (ages five to 18) will have access to telemedicine and virtual mental health services provided by First Stop Health at no cost to the agency or employees.
Telemedicine and virtual mental health services provided by First Stop Health will launch January 1, 2024 for enrolled agencies and include the following:
- Confidential diagnosis and treatment via phone and video. Prescriptions provided by a doctor when appropriate.
- Solution-focused mental health services for issues like anxiety, stress, depression, grief, marital & family challenges, workplace issues, and alcohol & drug dependencies.
- No cost to enrolled youth workers and up to seven members of their immediate household for the use of services.
- Youth workers and families can connect with board-certified doctors and schedule appointments with licensed counselors in all 50 states within minutes of a request 24/7.
Telemedicine and Virtual Mental Health Services FAQs
CLICK HERE for some frequently asked questions about the no-cost telemedicine & virtual mental health services provided by First Stop Health through the Youth Worker Well-Being Project.
Check out the videos below for an overview of First Stop Health services.