MH/SA

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MH/SAMental Health and Substance Abuse
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This initiative surrounding mental health and substance abuse is an investment in the people of our state as we work to ensure they are receiving meaningful help and positive outcomes through effective treatment, said First Lady DeSantis.
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services also offers employee assistance programs, which are confidential counseling services paid for by the employer, designed to help employees and family members who have personal problems that can interfere with their work and family life.
According to the proposed rule, Medicaid managed care organizations will be required to offer the same mental health and substance abuse services, subject to the same financial and treatment limitations consistent with regulations applicable to private insurers in that state.
A federal mental health and substance abuse survey in 2010-11 estimated 1 million people in Massachusetts had a mental illness in the previous year.
2 issue of the Federal Register, prohibit large group health plans from restricting access to mental health and substance abuse care by limiting benefits and requiring higher patient cost-sharing when compared to general medical or surgical benefits.
29 said that the rules will bar plans from im- posing different financial requirements, such as copayments, deductibles, and treatment limits, on mental health and substance abuse benefits.
The second report, Strengthening Professional Identity: Challenges of the Addictions Treatment Workforce, summarizes trends in addictions treatment that will help mental health and substance abuse professionals understand the challenges facing the addictions treatment workforce.
ALBANY, N.Y., June 1 -- Timothy's Law would be expanded to extend mental health and substance abuse parity to Child Health Plus (CHP) and Family Health Plus (FHP) under legislation introduced in the Senate and Assembly.
The percentage of mental health and substance abuse services paid for by public sources is increasing, with a smaller percentage provided by private sources, including private health insurance, according to a report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Libby, 'The Relationships Between Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment and Juvenile Crime," NBER Working Paper No.
However, PSCs can initiate student referrals to other community agencies such as community mental health and substance abuse treatment centers.
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