Resources Available from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire For Individuals Coping with Boston Marathon Incident

Resources Available from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire For Individuals Coping with Boston Marathon Incident

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Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire (Anthem) announced today that it is making its Employee Assistance Program (EAP) resources available to any Anthem member, regardless of policy type, who needs assistance in coping with Monday’s incident at the Boston Marathon. These complimentary resources include telephone-based counseling, online resources focused on dealing with grief and tragedy, and assistance in locating needed services.

Please access the EAP program by calling or by visiting and log-in using the word “Boston marathon” to access the resources on-line.

“We are deeply saddened by this tragic and senseless event. Like so many caring organizations and individuals in our state and region, we are committed to doing our part to assist and provide services for as long as they are needed to any member coping with Monday’s event,” said Lisa M. Guertin, president, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire is the trade name of Anthem Health Plans of New Hampshire, Inc., an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. ®ANTHEM is a registered trademark of Anthem Insurance Companies, Inc. The Blue Cross and Blue Shield names and symbols are registered marks of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. Additional information about Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire is available at . Also, follow us on Twitter at , on Facebook at , or visit our YouTube channel at .

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