Idaho To Move Child Behavioral Health Services To Medicaid

News | March 14, 2017

Idaho is planning to improve access and the service array for children’s mental health services by expanding Medicaid eligibility to children with a serious emotional disturbance (SED). Currently services for children with SED are state-funded only. Also, Medicaid will expand eligibility to children with an SED from the current 185% of the federal poverty level…

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