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EAP, Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse

One of the exceptional features of our health plans is the behavioral health coverage. All employees, and family members who reside in their household, are eligible for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).  The EAP provides up to 5 free visits on a variety of issues. 

If you need further assistance and you are enrolled in one of the City of Scottsdale's medical plans, you may have more face-to-face visits.

The number of visits you have may be subject to medical necessity.  If you are on the Cigna OAP In-Network plan or Cigna OAP plan,  each visit is a $20 co-payment for outpatient visits through the CIGNA network.  If you are on the Cigna OAP + HSA plan, each visit is subject to the applicable deductible and then paid at 90% through the Cigna OAP network. 

Medical Coverage Comparison
Behavioral Health Substance Abuse
City of Scottsdale
Cigna OAP + HSA Plan 
City of Scottsdale
Cigna OAP In-Network
In-Network Benefits Only through CIGNA Behavioral Health's Network
City of Scottsdale
Cigna OAP
CIGNA Behavioral Health Outpatient/Psychological Consultations
90% after deductible
in-network deductible
$20 co-pay
per visit
$20 co-pay  per visit
Non-CIGNA Outpatient/
Psychological Consultations
70% after out-of-network
No Benefit  70% after out-of- network deductible
CIGNA Behavioral Health
Inpatient Care
90% after deductible $500 co-pay per
90% after in-network deductible
Non-CIGNA Inpatient Care
 70% after
No Benefit 70% after after out-of-network deductible

Monthly Premiums - Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse

No extra cost, included with medical plan coverage.


Produced by Human Resources
This information represents a summary of benefits provided by the City of Scottsdale to benefited employees. Every effort has been made to report information accurately. All information, including the amount of any benefit and employee eligibility of benefits, is subject to and governed by the terms and conditions of the applicable policy or plan documents. In all cases where any of the information provided differs from the amount of benefit actually provided by the policy or plan, the terms of the legal documents will control.