Medicaid in CT
Connecticut offers a ‘Husky Healthcare’ plan; it is simply Medicaid by another name, tailored to residents of Connecticut. If you are a resident of Connecticut, you can qualify for this coverage under the following conditions: if you are under 19, if you are a parent or primary caregiver, if you are pregnant, and if you receive a certain level of income. If you are 65 or older, or if you are between 18-65 and are blind, you can receive Medicaid benefits for the aged/blind/disabled. If you do not meet any of these conditions, you may qualify for another Medicaid plan, depending on your income level. Medicaid provides coverage for all basics of healthcare, including behavioral health services. Run through the Connecticut Behavioral Health Partnership, which works with the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, to help those struggling with substance abuse problems.
If you feel that your addiction to alcohol or drugs is a problem which is affecting your life and the lives of your loved ones, you should seek treatment. There are many treatment facilities in Connecticut who are partnered with the Medicaid system. If you are covered by Medicaid, treatment should not be out of your financial reach. Please view the list of treatment facilities associated with Medicaid on our website. Start your path to a better life today.
Medicaid Facilities in CT