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ALSO: COVID-19 Vaccinations – Supporting Practice Staff & Enrolling as a vaccinator. (HPSJ Provider Alert, January 11, 2021); link to Vaccine Sign-up – Medical Providers (San Joaquin County Public Health Services & San Joaquin Co Medical Society)

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NEW for Members – Due to concerns about possible concurrent contracting of Covid-19 and influenza, Health Plan of San Joaquin (HPSJ) has expanded access for all of our members to receive the protections of this year’s flu shot. Learn More

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Flu 2020 Myth Busters

Health Plan of San Joaquin asks everyone to be a MYTH BUSTER FOR FLU SAFETY during the Covid-19 pandemic. Be a Myth Buster for Flu Safety: The 2020-2021 Season

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Mental Health Awareness

From HPSJ – Members and Community

How are you feeling? HPSJ Can Help
Just because we’re mostly stuck inside
You need not keep your feelings inside!

Many of us are feeling stress. Is this you?

  • Changes in sleep patterns.
  • Problems sleeping or focusing.
  • Greater use of alcohol, tobacco or other mixtures.
  • And in the end, worries you may have a weaker immune system.

You can help cut stress with these actions –

  • Take breaks—There is a lot of news out there. Take some time away from the news and do something healthy you enjoy.
  • Take care of your body—Stretch, take deep breaths, eat healthy, and sleep.
  • Make time to unwind—Try new projects or rekindle your love of old hobbies you at last have time for.
  • Link with others—Call or text family or friends. Talk to people you trust about how you are feeling.

To members of Health Plan of San Joaquin, we are saying
If you are feeling overwhelmed, or worried about family members:

  • Get help from HPSJ Customer Service or your county mental health plan
  • See helpful tips from American Red Cross, Coping with Shelter-in-Place
    Emergencies
  • HPSJ members can call Beacon Health Strategies at 1.888.581.7526

Knowing can ease your mind.
Members (and all community residents) can bookmark https://www.hpsj.com/coronavirus/ for these and more resources.

More Help:

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • San Joaquin County Crisis Phone (there 24/7): 209-468-8686
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA’s) Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. (TTY 1-800-846-8517)
  • Stanislaus County Health Services: Call 1-888-376-6246 for county program help on mental health and alcohol and drug aids

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Medi-Cal Rx: Transition Postponed

The April 1, 2021 transition to Medi-Cal Rx has been delayed by the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). Additional information will come from DHCS. Until further notice, HPSJ will continue to offer the pharmacy benefit.

For questions please call Provider Services, 209-942-6340.

Posted on March 25th, 2020 and last modified on March 12th, 2021.

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