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State Profiles of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Medicaid

State Profiles of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Medicaid

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Profiles each state's coverage of behavioral health in Medicaid and the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). Provides key findings and a snapshot of program policies on the delivery of mental health and substance abuse services in these programs.



Pub id: NMH05-0202
Publication Date: 1/2005
Popularity: 115
Format: Report
Audience: Program Planners, Administrators, & Project Managers, Policymakers

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01/13/2013 4:01 AM

A Person Seeking Help said:

I think that it's amazing and wonderful. I'm 28 and have not been able to even work since 2009 due to my mental illness becoming completely unmanageable at that point. It still shocks me beyond belief that I basically had to surrender to an illness at my age. Now I have hope that I will he able to have health care coverage again. And I'm still hopeful that with time as well as being aggressive and consistant in my treatment of this disease that I battle and am forced to live with on a daily basis will one day have it controled and managed well enough that I can hold a job down agaqin and get to live a little. Reading all this has made it all the easier to work hard and continue to be proactive in my treatment.

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01/13/2013 4:05 AM

A Person Seeking Help said:

I think that it's amazing and wonderful. I'm 28 and have not been able to even work since 2009 due to my mental illness becoming completely unmanageable at that point. It still shocks me beyond belief that I basically had to surrender to an illness at my age. Now I have hope that I will he able to have health care coverage again. And I'm still hopeful that with time as well as being aggressive and consistant in my treatment of this disease that I battle and am forced to live with on a daily basis will one day have it controled and managed well enough that I can hold a job down agaqin and get to live a little. Reading all this has made it all the easier to work hard and continue to be proactive in my treatment.

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