Get Mental Health Support on the Sanvello Behavioral Health App

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

A Message from Jessica Johnson, UnitedHealthcare Nurse Liaison 

Feeling stressed, anxious or depressed? As we continue our discussion about behavioral health during Mental Health Month, have you heard about the Sanvello Behavioral Health app? This app offers clinical techniques to help dial down the symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression — anytime. You can connect with powerful tools that are there for you right as symptoms come up. You can escape to Sanvello whenever you need to, track your progress and stay until you feel better.

The app offers:

Daily mood tracking
Answer simple questions each day to capture your current mood, identify patterns and self-assess your progress.

Coping tools
Reach for just the right tool to relax, be in the moment or manage stressful situations, like test-taking, public speaking or morning dread.

Guided journeys
Designed by experts for a range of needs, journeys use clinical techniques to help you feel more in control and build long-term life skills.

Personalized progress
Through weekly check-ins, Sanvello creates a roadmap for improvement. Track where you are, set goals and make strides week by week.

Community support
Connect with one of the largest peer communities in the field and share advice, stories and insights — anonymously, anytime.

The Sanvello Behavioral Health app is a free app for everyone. You do not need to register for an account using your Valencia email address; you can register with your personal email address.

Employees on Valencia College’s healthcare plans receive a free premium upgrade by selecting “upgrade through insurance” and selecting UnitedHealthcare when you are registering your account. To upgrade:

  1. Download and open the app.
  2. Create an account and choose “upgrade through insurance.”
  3. Search for and select UnitedHealthcare and then enter the information available on your UnitedHealthcare medical insurance card.

Download the app here.

For questions, email

For questions on other mental health resources or clarification on UnitedHealthcare benefits, as well as help for you and your family to make better healthcare decisions, contact me at or 407-866-8134.

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