Reminders about your care as Minded closes

  • The last day for appointments is September 30, 2023. If you need to refill a prescription, schedule your Minded appointment before then.
  • You won’t be charged for your subscription starting September 2, 2023.

If you change your mind about joining UpLift, send an email to help@joinuplift.co. You'll receive a response within one business day.

FAQs

Can I continue my care from Minded on UpLift?

If you’re in one of the states where UpLift operates, you can easily transfer your care to UpLift. Send us an email at help@joinuplift.co—we'll get back to you within one business day.

What is UpLift?

We’re rethinking mental health to work for everyone. We believe it should be easy for everyone to access care and experience real growth.

UpLift makes it easy for people to pay for therapy and psychiatry sessions using insurance or with cash at an affordable rate.

What happened to Minded?

Minded is becoming a part of UpLift. You'll still find the same commitment to compassionate care that's designed for each person's unique needs.

Does UpLift offer psychiatric services?

Yes. Our psychiatric providers offer consultations and if needed, medication.

If I do psychiatry on UpLift, do I have to do therapy, too?

You choose the mental health care you want to do. However, research shows that psychiatry works best when combined with therapy—which is why we offer support through a care team.

Do you offer subscriptions?

No, UpLift doesn't offer subscription plans. We keep sessions affordable by partnering with insurance. You can meet with your provider as often as you need, and you'll only be charged after each session occurs.

How much will I pay out of pocket?

UpLift estimates the cost based on your individual health plan and benefits. You will get a summary of your out-of-pocket costs before your session.

What insurance plans does UpLift accept?

We partner with these plans:

  • Aetna
  • AmeriHealth Caritas DC
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Florida Blue
  • GEHA
  • Johns Hopkins Health Plans
  • Kaiser Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States
  • Optum
  • UnitedHealthcare
  • UMR
  • Medicare

The amount you pay will depend on your specific insurance plan and benefits. If you don’t see your insurance here or you match with a provider who isn’t in your network, we offer reduced self-pay rates.