Wellbeing isn’t just about your physical health. It’s also about maintaining a healthy emotional balance so you have the resilience to take on life’s stressors and cope with any big changes that come your way. Learn more about the benefits Adobe offers to help you handle everyday challenges and ease your mind.
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Employee assistance program (EAP)
Need a little extra support? The employee assistance program (EAP) provides you, your spouse and your dependents with confidential, short-term counseling services and additional work-life resources. You’re eligible to use up to 10 free sessions each calendar year—in person or by video conference.
Visit adobe.springhealth.com to sign up and activate your benefits. After a brief assessment, you’ll be assigned a personal Care Navigator who will act as a single point of contact, guiding you to the appropriate EAP benefits or, if you’re enrolled in one of our medical plans, to your medical behavioral plan benefits based on your needs and enrollment status.
Need to talk?
Visit adobe.springhealth.com to sign up and activate your benefits. For immediate help 24/7, call the Spring Health Immediate/Crisis Support Line: 240-558-5796 (option 2).Sign up now
Headspace meditation app
Headspace is a personal trainer for your mind. The Headspace app gives you access to short, guided meditation sessions—delivered straight to your phone or browser—that help you manage your stress, sleep better, find your focus, boost your creativity and achieve more balance in your life. It’s meditation made easy—and it’s free to Adobe employees and a family or household member of their choice.
To get started:
- Visit Adobe's Headspace page and enroll with your first name, last name and Adobe email address.
- If you’ve previously created a Headspace account, enter your login information. If you’re new to Headspace, click sign up for free to set up your account. Be sure to use your Adobe email when you sign up. You’ll create a unique password.
- Once you’ve set up your Headspace account, download the Headspace app from the App Store or Google Play.
Headspace is available in multiple languages and offers a variety of accessibility options. Learn more about Headspace by watching the Say Hello to Headspace video.
One of the best ways to increase the likelihood that you’ll stick to a health goal—like meditating daily with the Headspace app—is to have the support of another person to keep you accountable and share the experience.
You may invite one person in your family or household to join. There is no cost to the employee or the family/household member.
To add your +1:
- Log on to Headspace from your computer (you cannot do this from the app)
- After logging in, click on your name on the righthand corner of the page
- Click on Accounts
- Navigate down to Subscription Details and click edit
- Click on Manage Accounts on the right
- You’ll be taken to the Manage accounts page where you can invite your family or household member.
If you’re having trouble navigating, after logging on to Headspace, click on headspace.com/family/manage to take you directly to the Manage Accounts page.
If you have questions, or if you’re having issues with your account email Headspace.
Eligibility: Headspace is available to all regular, benefits-eligible employees and interns.
Teladoc video behavioral health sessions
As an Aetna member, you can use Teladoc video behavioral health to get support for anxiety, eating disorders, depression, family issues and more. Teladoc sessions [PDF] are covered according to your Aetna medical plan (i.e., after you meet your deductible, the plan pays 90% or 80% of the in-network cost).
- Psychiatrist (initial visit): $190/session
- Psychiatrist (ongoing visit): $95/session
- Psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, counselor or therapist: $85/session
Get started at Teladoc or 855-TEL-ADOC (855-835-2362)
Eligibility: Teladoc video behavioral health sessions are available to Aetna members.
Aetna behavioral health support and treatment
Anyone can develop a behavioral health condition. If you or a covered family member are coping with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, substance use or an eating disorder, Aetna behavioral health can provide the help you need. Services are covered according to your Aetna medical plan (i.e., after you meet your deductible, the plan pays 90% or 80% of the cost for in-network care, or 70% or 60% of recognized charges for out-of-network care).
To learn more about the support available to you, review the Aetna Behavioral Health Resources [PDF] or Aetna Support for Inpatient Behavioral Health Care [PDF]. You can also visit the Aetna member website and select Mental Health Support & Services under Member Resources, or call 800-884-9565.
Eligibility: Aetna behavioral health is available to Aetna members.
AbleTo support program
If you’re struggling with a health condition or a stressful life change or with emotions like worry, confusion or anger, you can get support from a therapist and a behavioral coach through AbleTo [PDF]. AbleTo is an eight-week program tailored to your schedule and specific needs, connects you to support via phone or video for maximum convenience, and, because it’s part of Aetna behavioral health, is covered under your Aetna health plan. After you meet your annual deductible, the plan pays 100% of the program cost.
AbleTo has helped people overcome the stress related to many of life's challenges, including:
- Grief and loss
- Depression, anxiety or panic
- Caregiving (child, elder or autism) Caring for a loved one
- An illness (diabetes, cancer, heart disease, digestive health)
- Alcohol or substance abuse
- Postpartum recovery
- Chronic pain
If you are interested in participating, tell your Aetna case manager (if you’re working with one) or visit AbleTo or call 844-4-ABLETO (844-422-5386). You can ask questions to learn more about how the program works, and an AbleTo staff member will ask you some screening questions to ensure the program meets your needs.
Eligibility: AbleTo is available to Aetna members.
Aetna Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Support Program
If your family is affected by an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis, Adobe provides health care benefits and a support program through Aetna to help meet your family’s needs.
You have access to an Aetna autism advocate who will work with you to answer questions about your plan’s autism benefits, pair you with the right professionals and connect you with resources for caregivers and family support.
Adobe’s Aetna medical coverage for ASD includes:
- Applied behavioral analysis (ABA)
- Speech therapy
- Occupational therapy
The Aetna ASD Support Program includes:
- Family support
- Care management
- Benefit coordination
- ASD education and ASD intervention networks
To learn more, review the Autism Spectrum Disorders Support Program [PDF] brochure or call 800-884-9565 and ask to speak with an autism advocate.
Eligibility: The ASD Support Program is available to Aetna members.
Bright Horizons support for children with special needs
The Bright Horizons special needs program, powered by Torchlight, helps you better understand, advocate for and support your child from birth to young adulthood. Get the resources you need if your child has special needs, such as autism; ADHD; or learning, social or emotional needs. Parents can get personalized information to help navigate the complexities of getting educational support for children with special needs or those who are experiencing challenges at school or at home. Access a free, interactive online platform and live webinar series to help your child overcome developmental and educational hurdles.
To access these benefits, visit Bright Horizons and scroll down to select "access support now." Sign up on the Torchlight page (using Employer Code: adobesn for the initial registration). Or call 877-BH-CARES (877-242-2737).
If you are an Aetna member, you may also want to learn about the Autism Spectrum Disorders Support Program [PDF].
Eligibility: Bright Horizons support for special needs children is available to all regular, benefits-eligible employees.
Kaiser mental health support and treatment
Right now, it's especially important to care for the whole you—mind, body, and spirit. Your Kaiser Permanente plan has many ways to help you boost your mental health and wellness.
Ease into a healthy state of mind with help from Calm, a meditation and sleep app. With Calm, you can build resilience and mental fitness by trying guided meditations, self-care programs taught by world-renowned experts, bedtime stories narrated by celebrity guests, mindful movement videos and more—at no cost to you.
The myStrength app offers a personalized program with in-the-moment coping tools, guided self-care, inspirational resources, and more at no cost to you. Explore activities and techniques that can benefit anyone — either as self-guided selfcare or complements to clinical support.
Your Kaiser plan’s mental health services include assessment, treatment and support for a variety of mental, emotional and substance use conditions, including anxiety and stress, depression, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder and sleep problems. To learn more about mental health conditions and resilience, visit Find Your Words.
For most mental health services you pay a copayment of $20 for individual outpatient mental health evaluation and treatment, $10 for group outpatient mental health treatment and $100 for inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. For substance use disorder treatment, you pay a copayment of $20 for individual outpatient substance use disorder evaluation and treatment, $5 for group outpatient substance use disorder treatment (WA members; group visits are covered in full) and $100 for inpatient detoxification. For more information on your plans and services available, please visit your Kaiser member portal.
Kaiser Member Services can help you access care. Call 800-464-4000 in California or 888-901-4636 in Washington. Or you may log in to your Kaiser Permanente member portal (my.kp.org/adobe or my.kp.org/adobewa) to manage your care online.
Eligibility: Kaiser mental health support and treatment is available to Kaiser members.
Survivor Outreach Services
The death of a loved one is a stressful time. Adobe has partnered with Survivor Outreach Services to provide individual support for employees following the death of a family member who was not a dependent or covered under Adobe group life benefits. Services include help with claim forms for life and accident benefits, notifying credit reporting agencies, notifying the Social Security Administration, providing template letters and other resources. Please contact the Employee Experience team at email@example.com for a referral to Survivor Outreach Services or for more information.
Eligibility: Survivor Outreach Services are available to all regular employees and interns.