Wisconsin Health Insurance Mental Health

In Wisconsin health insurance mental health disorders will now be covered at the same level as all other health conditions. The federal mental health parity law will help residents access treatment they need.

Governor Doyle fought hard to help families of the state, requiring Wisconsin health insurance carriers to cover early treatments that has seen children improve dramatically with mental health conditions. The law requires that carriers cover at least $50,000 a year for intensive services, or at least $25,000 a year for nonintensive services.

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