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Benefits Overview

Your Plan Benefits: Managed Medical Assistance Services 

The table below lists the medical services that are covered by Sunshine Health. Remember, you may need a referral from your Primary Care Provider (PCP) or approval from us before you go to an appointment or use a service. Services must be medically necessary (PDF) in order for us to pay for them.

There may be some services that we do not cover, but might still be covered by Medicaid. To find out about these benefits, call the state Medicaid Help Line at 1-877-254-1055. If you need a ride to any of these services, we can help you. You can call 1-877-659-8420 to schedule a ride.

If there are changes in covered services or other changes that will affect you, we will notify you in writing at least 30 days before the effective date of the change.

If you have questions about any of the covered medical services, please call Member Services.

NOTE: Services marked with an asterisk (*) are behavioral health in lieu of services. This means they are optional services you can choose over more traditional services based on your individual needs.

Except for emergency care, Sunshine Health must prior authorize any services provided by an out-of-network provider and any elective inpatient admissions.

You can also view more information about Sunshine Health in our Member Handbook.

All services must be medically necessary. Your Primary Care Provider will work with you to make sure you get the services you need. These services must be given by your Primary Care Provider or by another provider that your Primary Care Provider refers you to. 

Some services may:

  • Have coverage limits.
  • Need a doctor’s order.
  • Need prior approval.

*Some Medicaid members may not have all the benefits listed.

Service Description Coverage/
Limitations
Prior
Authorization

Allergy Services

Services to treat conditions such as sneezing or rashes that are not caused by an illness.

We cover medically necessary blood or skin allergy testing and up to 156 doses per calendar year of allergy shots.

No

Ambulance Transportation Services

Ambulance services are for when you need emergency care while being transported to the hospital or special support when being transported between facilities.

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Ambulatory Surgical Center Services

Surgery and other procedures that are performed in a facility that is not the hospital (outpatient).

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes

Anesthesia Services

Services to keep you from feeling pain during surgery or other medical procedures.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for dental procedures not done in an office.

Assistive Care Services

Services provided to adults (ages 18 and older) that help with activities of daily living and taking medication.

We cover 365/366 days of services per calendar year, as medically necessary.

Yes

Behavioral Health Assessment Services

Services used to detect or diagnose mental illnesses and behavioral health disorders.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • One initial assessment per calendar year.
  • One reassessment per calendar year.
  • Up to 150 minutes of brief behavioral health status assessments (no more than 30 minutes in a single day).

 

* Limitations do not apply to SMI Specialty Plan

No

Behavioral Health Overlay Services

Behavioral health services provided in a group home setting for children ages 0–21 who have experienced trauma and are in the child welfare system.

We cover 365/366 days of medically necessary services per calendar year.

Yes

Cardiovascular Services

Services that treat the heart and circulatory (blood vessels) system.

We cover the following as prescribed by your doctor, when medically necessary:
  • Cardiac testing.
  • Cardiac surgical procedures.
  • Cardiac devices.

Yes, for some services.

 

Child Health Services Targeted Case Management

Services provided to children (ages 0- 3) to help them get health care and other services

OR

Services provided to children (ages 0–20) who use medical foster care services.

Your child must be enrolled in the DOH Early Steps program.

 

OR

Your child must be receiving medical foster care services.

No

Chiropractic Services

Diagnosis and manipulative treatment of misalignments of the joints, especially the spinal column, which may cause other disorders by affecting the nerves, muscles and organs.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • 24 patient visits per calendar year, per member.
  • X-rays.

No

Clinic Services

Health care services provided in a county health department, federally qualified health center, or a rural health clinic.

Services must be medically necessary and provided in a county health department, federally qualified health center, or a rural health clinic.

No

Community-Based Wrap-Around Services*

Individualized care planning and care management service to support children with complex needs who are at risk of placement in a mental health treatment facility.

Ages 0 to 21.

 

One per day with no limits per calendar year.

Yes

Crisis Stabilization Unit Services*

Emergency mental health services that are performed in a facility that is not a regular hospital.

All ages.

 

One per day and no limit per calendar year.

No prior authorization required for the first three days of involuntary behavioral health inpatient admission. After the first three days, prior authorization required. Prior authorization is required for voluntary admissions.

Detoxification or Addictions Receiving Facility Services*

Emergency substance abuse services that are performed in a facility that is not a regular hospital.

All ages.

 

Up to a total of 15 days per month.

No prior authorization required for the first three days of involuntary behavioral health inpatient admission. After the first three days, prior authorization required. Prior authorization is required for voluntary admissions.

Dialysis Services

Medical care, tests and other treatments for the kidneys.

This service also includes dialysis supplies and other supplies that help treat the kidneys.

We cover the following as prescribed by your treating doctor, when medically necessary:

  • Hemodialysis treatments.
  • Peritoneal dialysis treatments

No

Drop-In Center Services*

A social club offering peer support and a flexible schedule of activities.

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Durable Medical Equipment and Medical Supplies Services

Medical equipment is used to manage and treat a condition, illness, or injury. Durable medical equipment is used over and over again, and includes things like wheelchairs, braces, crutches and other items. Medical supplies are items meant for one-time use and then thrown away.

As medically necessary, some service and age limits apply.

Call 1-866-796-0530 (TTY: 1-800-955-8770) for more information.

Prior authorization may be required for some equipment or services.

Early Intervention Services

Services to children ages 0-3 who have developmental delays and other conditions.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • One initial evaluation per lifetime, completed by a team.
  • Up to three screenings per calendar year.
  •  Up to three follow-up evaluations per calendar year.
  • Up to two training or support sessions per week.

No

Emergency Transportation Services

Transportation provided by ambulances or air ambulances (helicopter or airplane) to get you to a hospital because of an emergency.

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Evaluation and Management Services

Services for doctor’s visits to stay healthy and prevent or treat illness.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • One adult health screening (check-up) per calendar year.
  • Well Child Visits are provided based on age and developmental needs.
  • One visit per month for people living in nursing facilities.
  • Up to two office visits per month for adults to treat illnesses or conditions.

No

Family Therapy Services

Services for families to have therapy sessions with a mental health professional.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • Up to 26 hours per calendar year.

No

Family Training and Counseling for Child Development*

Educational services for family members of children with severe emotional problems focused on child development and other family support.

Ages 0 to 21.

 

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Gastrointestinal Services

Services to treat conditions, illnesses, or diseases of the stomach or digestion system.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Genitourinary Services

Services to treat conditions, illnesses, or diseases of the genitals or urinary system.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Group Therapy Services

Services for a group of people to have therapy sessions with a mental health professional.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • Unlimited units for group therapy and unlimited units for brief group medical therapy.

No

Hearing Services

Hearing tests, treatments and supplies that help diagnose or treat problems with your hearing.

This includes hearing aids and repairs.

We cover hearing tests and the following as prescribed by your doctor, when medically necessary:

  • Cochlear implants.
  • One new hearing aid per ear, once every three years.
  • Repairs.

Yes, for some services.

Home Health Services

Nursing services and medical assistance provided in your home to help you manage or recover from a medical condition, illness or injury.

We cover, when medically necessary:

  • Up to four visits per day for pregnant members and members ages 0-20.
  • Up to three visits per day for all other members.

Yes

Hospice Services

Medical care, treatment and emotional support services for people with terminal illnesses or who are at the end of their lives to help keep them comfortable and pain free. Support services are also available for family members or caregivers.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes

Individual Therapy Services

Services for people to have one-on-one therapy sessions with a mental health professional.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • Up to 26 hours per calendar year for adults ages 21 and over.
  • For children up to 21 there are no limits if medically necessary.

No

Infant Mental Health Pre- and Post- Testing Services*

Testing services by a mental health professional with special training in infants and young children.

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Inpatient Hospital Services

Medical care that you get while you are in the hospital. This can include any tests, medicines, therapies and treatments, visits from doctors and equipment that is used to treat you.

We cover the following inpatient hospital services based on age and situation, when medically necessary:

  • Up to 365/366 days for members ages 0-20.
  • Up to 45 days for all other members (extra days are covered for emergencies).

Yes

Integumentary Services

Services to diagnose or treat skin conditions, illnesses or diseases.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Intensive outpatient treatment*

Intensive outpatient treatment for alcohol or drug services and behavioral health treatment or services.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes

Laboratory Services

Services that test blood, urine, saliva or other items from the body for conditions, illnesses or diseases.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Medical Foster Care Services

Services that help children with health problems who live in foster care homes.

Must be in the custody of the Department of Children and Families.

No

Medication Management Services

Services to help people understand and make the best choices for taking medication.

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Mental Health Targeted Case Management

Services to help get medical and behavioral health care for people with mental illnesses.

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Mobile Crisis Assessment and Intervention Services*

Emergency mental health services provided in the home, community or school by a team of health care professionals.

Covered as medically necessary.

No

Neurology Services

Services to diagnose or treat conditions, illnesses or diseases of the brain, spinal cord or nervous system.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Non-Emergency Transportation Services

Transportation to and from all of your medical appointments.

This could be on the bus, a van that can transport people with disabilities, a taxi, or other kinds of vehicles.

We cover the following services for members who have no transportation:

  • Out-of-state travel.
  • Transfers between hospitals or facilities.
  • Escorts when medically necessary.

Yes, for any trip over 100 miles.

Nursing Facility Services

Medical care or nursing care that you get while living full-time in a nursing facility.

This can be a short-term rehabilitation stay or long-term.

  • We cover 365/366 days of services in nursing facilities as medically necessary.
  • See information on Patient Responsibility for room & board.

Yes

Occupational Therapy Services

Occupational therapy includes treatments that help you do things in your daily life, like writing, feeding yourself and using items around the house.

We cover for children ages 0-20 and for adults under the $1,500 outpatient services cap, as medically necessary:

  • One initial evaluation per calendar year.
  • Up to 210 minutes of treatment per week.
  • One initial wheelchair evaluation per five years.

 

We cover for people of all ages, as medically necessary:

  • Follow-up wheelchair evaluations, one at delivery and one six months later.

Yes, for some services.

Oral Surgery Services

Services that provide teeth extractions (removals) and to treat other conditions, illnesses or diseases of the mouth and oral cavity.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Orthopedic Services

Services to diagnose or treat conditions, illnesses or diseases of the bones or joints.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Outpatient Hospital Services

Medical care that you get while you are in the hospital but are not staying overnight. This can include any tests, medicines, therapies and treatments, visits from doctors and equipment that is used to treat you.

  • Emergency services are covered as medically necessary.
  • Non-emergency services cannot cost more than $1,500 per year for recipients ages 21 and over.

Yes, for some services.

Pain Management Services

Treatments for long-lasting pain that does not get better after other services have been provided.

Covered as medically necessary. Some service limits may apply.

Yes

Partial Hospitalization Services*

Structured mental health treatment services provided in a hospital four- six hours each day for five days per week.

All ages.

 

One per day and no limit per calendar year.

Yes

Physical Therapy Services

Physical therapy includes exercises, stretching and other treatments to help your body get stronger and feel better after an injury, illness or because of a medical condition.

We cover for children ages 0-20 and for adults under the $1,500 outpatient services cap, as medically necessary:

  • One initial evaluation per year
  • Up to 210 minutes of treatment per week
  • One initial wheelchair evaluation per 5 years

 

We cover for people of all ages, as medically necessary:

  • Follow-up wheelchair evaluations, one at delivery and one 6-months later

Yes, for some services.

Podiatry Services

Medical care and other treatments for the feet.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • Up to 24 office visits per calendar year.
  • Foot and nail care.
  • X-rays and other imaging for the foot, ankle and lower leg.
  • Surgery on the foot, ankle or lower leg.

Yes, for some services.

Prescribed Drug Services

This service is for drugs that are prescribed to you by a doctor or other health care provider.

We cover, as medically necessary:

  • Up to a 34-day supply of drugs, per prescription.
  • Refills, as prescribed.

Yes, for some drugs.

Private Duty Nursing Services

Nursing services provided in the home to members ages 0 to 20 who need constant care.

Up to 24 hours per day, as medically necessary.

Yes

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services

Services to assist people re-enter everyday life. They include help with basic activities such as cooking, managing money and performing household chores.

Up to 480 hours per calendar year, as medically necessary.

No

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services

Services to assist people re-enter everyday life. They include help with basic activities such as cooking, managing money and performing household chores.

Up to 480 hours per calendar year, as medically necessary.

 

No

Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Services

Services that include imaging such as x-rays, MRIs or CAT scans. They also include portable x- rays.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Regional Perinatal Intensive Care Center Services

Services provided to pregnant women and newborns in hospitals that have special care centers to handle serious conditions.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Reproductive Services

Services for women who are pregnant or want to become pregnant. They also include family planning services that provide birth control drugs and supplies to help you plan the size of your family.

We cover medically necessary family planning services. You can get these services and supplies from any Medicaid provider; they do not have to be a part of our Plan. You do not need prior approval for these services. These services are free. These services are voluntary and confidential, even if you are under 18 years old.

No

Residential Outpatient Treatment

Short term residential treatment program for pregnant women with substance use disorder.

Ages 21 and older

 

Up to 60 days/calendar year

Yes

Respiratory Services

Services that treat conditions, illnesses or diseases of the lungs or respiratory system.

We cover medically necessary:

  • Respiratory testing.
  •  Respiratory surgical procedures.
  • Respiratory device management.

Yes, for some services.

Respiratory Therapy Services

Services for members ages 0-20 to help you breathe better while being treated for a respiratory condition, illness or disease.

We cover medically necessary:

  • One initial evaluation per calendar year.
  • One therapy re- evaluation per six months.
  • Up to 210 minutes
    of therapy treatments per week (maximum of 60 minutes per day).

No

Self-Help/ Peer Services*

Services to help people who are in recovery from an addiction or mental illness.

As medically necessary and recommended by us.

No

Skilled Nursing

Medical care or skilled nursing care that you get while you are in a nursing facility.

 

This can be a short-term or long- term rehabilitation stay.

All ages.

 

Up to 60 days per calendar.

Yes

Specialized Therapeutic Services

Services provided to children ages 0- 20 with mental illnesses or substance use disorders.

For children under the age of 21, we cover medically necessary:

  • Comprehensive Behavioral Health Assessments.
  • Specialized Therapeutic Foster Care Services.
  • Therapeutic Group Home Services.

Yes

Speech- Language Pathology Services

Services that include tests and treatments to help you talk or swallow better.

We cover the following medically necessary services for children ages 0-20:

  • Communication devices and services.
  • Up to 210 minutes of treatment per week.
  • One initial evaluation per calendar year.

 

We cover the following medically necessary services for adults:

  • One communication evaluation per five calendar years.

Yes

Statewide Inpatient Psychiatric Program Services

Services for children with severe mental illnesses that need treatment in a secured facility.

Covered as medically necessary for children ages 0-20.

Yes

Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program*

Substance abuse treatment of detoxification services provided in an outpatient setting.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes

Substance Abuse Short-term Residential Treatment Services/ Residential Outpatient Services*

Short-term substance abuse treatment in a residential program.

Covered as medically necessary. Maximum 60 days per calendar year.

Yes

Transplant Services

Services that include all surgery and pre- and post- surgical care.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes

Visual Aid Services

Visual aids are items such as glasses, contact lenses and prosthetic (fake) eyes.

We cover the following medically necessary services when prescribed by your doctor:

  • Two pairs of eyeglasses for children ages 0-20.
  • One frame every two years and two lenses every 365 days for adults ages 21 and older.
  • Contact lenses.
  • Prosthetic eyes.

Yes, for some services.

Visual Care Services

Services that test and treat conditions, illnesses and diseases of the eyes.

Covered as medically necessary.

Yes, for some services.

Expanded benefits are extra goods or services we provide to you, free of charge. Call Member Services to ask about getting expanded benefits.

Service Description Coverage/
Limitations 
Prior 
Authorization

Acupuncture

Insertion of thin needles through skin to treat pain, stress and other conditions.

Ages 21 years and older.

 

Unlimited as deemed medically necessary

 

 

Yes

Biometric Equipment

Digital blood pressure cuff and weight scale

Ages 21 years and older.

 

One (1) digital blood pressure cuff every three (3) years; One (1) weight scale every three (3) years

No

Cellular phone service

Additional minutes for SafeLink phone or Connections Plus plan.

Ages 18 years and older.

No

Chiropractic

Services provided by chiropractors.

Ages 21 years and older.

Unlimited.

 

 

No

Contact lenses

Contact lens types: spherical, PMMA, toric or prism ballast, gas permeable, extended wear, hydrophilic, spherical, toric or prism ballast; and hydrophilic extended wear, other types.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Six-month supply.

No

Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies Additional coverage for items not covered under standard benefits, such as, wound supplies, hospital bed and mattresses, insulin pump and infusion pump.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Yes, for some equipment and supplies.

Durable Medical Equipment/
Asthma Supplies

Unlimited hypoallergenic bedding and one (1) HEPA filter vacuum cleaner for members diagnosed with asthma.

Must have asthma diagnosis.

Contact your care manager to determine eligibility.

Doula services

Pregnancy, postpartum and newborn care and assessment provided in your home by a doula.

Ages 13 and older. No limits.

Yes

Eye exam

Routine eye exam.

Ages 21 and older.

 

One per year based on date of service.

No

Eyeglasses

Prescription eyeglasses.

Ages 21 and older.

 

One per year based on date of service.

No

Flu/Pandemic Prevention Kit

1 Flu/Pandemic Prevention kit; 3 ply face masks – 10 piece; oral digital thermometer; hand sanitizer

Ages 18 years and older.

 

Eligible for the first 1,000 members who have received their flu vaccine.

No

Hearing services

Hearing services include: assessment, hearing evaluation, hearing aid fitting, hearing aid monaural in ear, behind ear hearing aid, hearing aid dispensing fee, in ear binaural hearing aid, behind ear binaural hearing aid, behind ear cors hearing aid and behind ear bicros hearing aid.

Ages 21 and older.

 

All services limited to one every two calendar years, except for hearing aid monaural in ear, which is one per calendar year.

No

Homemaker Services (Carpet Cleaning)

Must be diagnosed with asthma to qualify.

Up to two cleanings per year.

Contact your care manager to determine eligibility.

Home Delivered Meals (General)

For nutritional support

Up to 10 meals per event

Yes

Home delivered meals post inpatient discharge

Meals delivered to your home after discharge from hospital or nursing facility.

No age limit.

 

Unlimited as deemed medically necessary

 

Yes

Home Delivered Meals - Disaster Preparedness/ Relief

1 emergency meal kit annually

 

Yes

Home Health Nursing/Aid Services

Services to help with daily living

Ages 21 years and older.

 

Unlimited as deemed medically necessary.

Yes

Home visit by a social worker

Home visit by a clinical social worker to assess your needs and provide available options and education to address those needs.

Ages 21 and older.

 

48 visits per calendar year.

Yes

Legal Guardianship

Maximum of five hundred dollars ($500) per eligible enrollee per lifetime

This is available to members who are in a SNF or PDN setting and parent is obtaining guardianship to protect those who are unable to care for their own well-being. Available for members aged 17 through 18.5.

Contact your care manager to determine eligibility.

Massage therapy

Massage of soft body tissues to help injuries and reduce pain.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Unlimited as deemed medically necessary

 

Yes

Meal Stipend

Available for long distance medical appointment day-trips.

Two hundred dollars ($200) per day up to one thousand dollars ($1,000) per year for trips greater than one hundred (100) miles.

Yes

Mental Health Targeted Case Management

Services to help get medical and behavioral health care for people with mental illnesses.

Ages 21 years and older.

 

Unlimited.

No

Newborn circumcision

Can be provided in a hospital, office or outpatient setting.

 

* SMI Specialty Plan members

are not eligible

Birth to 28 days old.

 

One per lifetime if medically necessary.

No

Nutritional counseling

Outpatient visits with a dietician for members.

Ages 21 and older.

 

 

Yes

Occupational therapy

Treatments that help you do things in your daily life, like writing, feeding yourself and using items around the house.

Ages 21 and older.

 

One evaluation per calendar year.

 

One re-evaluation per calendar year.

 

Up to seven therapy visits per week.

Yes, except initial evaluation.

Outpatient hospital service

Service provided in a hospital setting on an outpatient basis.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Unlimited.

Yes, for some services.

Over-the-counter benefit

Coverage for cold, cough, allergy, vitamins, supplements, ophthalmic/otic preparations, pain relievers, gastrointestinal products, first aid care, hygiene products, insect repellant, oral hygiene products and skin care.

 

All ages.

 

Up to $25 per household, per month.

 

SMI Specialty Plan members are eligible to receive $35 per household worth of OTC items each month.

No

Physical therapy

Physical therapy in an office setting.

Ages 21 and older.

 

One evaluation per calendar year.

 

One re-evaluation per calendar year.

 

Up to seven treatment units per week.

Yes, except initial evaluation.

Prenatal/ perinatal visits

  • 14 visits for low-risk pregnancy
  • 18 visits for high-risk pregnancy

 

  • Breast pump, hospital grade rental
  • Breast pump rental
  • Ages 10-59

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • One per calendar year; ages 10 to 59.
  • One every calendar years; ages 10 to 59.
  • No
  • No
  • Yes
  • Yes

Primary care visits

Visits to primary care provider.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Unlimited.

No

Postpartum visits

Doctor visits after delivery of your baby.

Ages 10-59.

 

Three visits within 90 days of delivery.

No

Respiratory therapy

Respiratory therapy in an office setting.

Ages 21 and older.

 

One initial evaluation and re-evaluation per calendar year.

 

One visit per day in office.

No

Speech language therapy

Speech and language therapy services in the office setting.

Ages 21 and older.

One evaluation/re- evaluation per calendar year.

One AAC re-evaluation per calendar year.

One evaluation of oral pharyngeal swallowing per calendar year.

Up to seven therapy treatment units per week.

AAC fitting, adjustment and training; up to four 30-minute sessions per calendar year.

Yes, except initial evaluation.

Swimming Lessons (Drowning Prevention)

Children under age 21 can receive swimming lessons

Up to $200 per year.  

No

Vaccines:

  • TDaP
  • Influenza
  • Shingles
  • Pneumonia

 

Vaccines to prevent disease.

 

 

 

Ages 21 and older.

  • One per pregnancy.
  • Unlimited.
  • One per lifetime,
    2 doses.
  • Unlimited as deemed medically necessary

 

  • No
  • No
  • Yes, for ages 21-65.
  • Yes, for ages 21-65.

 

 

Waived copayments

All services, including behavioral health.

Ages 21 and older.

No

 
Service Description Coverage/
Limitations
Prior
Authorization

Assessment services

Standard assessment of mental health needs and progress.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Unlimited.

 

 

No

Behavioral Health Day Services/Day Treatment

Day treatment and adult day care services

Ages 21 years and older.

 

Unlimited as deemed medically necessary.

Yes

Behavioral Health Screening Services

 

Ages 21 and older.

No

Behavioral Health Medical Services (Medication Management, Drug Screening)

Services include evaluation of the need for medication; clinical effectiveness and side effects of medication; medication education; and prescribing, dispensing, and administering of psychiatric medications.

Unlimited units for verbal interaction, medication management and drug screening

No

Behavioral Health Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Services to help people re-enter everyday life (cooking, managing money and performing household chores)

Ages 21 and older.

Unlimited.

No

Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Analysis

Including health focused clinical interview, behavioral observations, and health and behavioral interviews for individual, group and family (with or without the patient).

Ages 21 and older. Unlimited.

Yes

Equine Therapy

Provided to members with behavioral health conditions and involves activities with horses.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Up to 10 sessions per year.

Yes

Medication Assisted Treatment Services

Services used to help people who are struggling with drug addiction.

Ages 21 years and older.

 

Unlimited.

No

Therapeutic Behavioral On-Site Services

Therapy services, behavior management, and therapeutic support are coordinated through individualized treatment teams to help members with complex needs from requiring placement in a more intensive, restrictive behavioral health setting. 

Ages 21 years and older.

 

Unlimited.

No

Therapy – Art

Provided to members with behavioral health conditions in an outpatient setting. Must be delivered by a behavioral health clinician with art therapy certification.

Ages 21 and older. Unlimited.

Yes

Therapy (individual or family)

One-on-one individual mental health therapy.

Ages 21 and older.

 

 

No

Therapy (group)

Mental health therapy in a group setting.

Ages 21 and older.

 

 

 

No

Pet Therapy

Provided to members with behavioral health conditions and involves activities with trained animals.

Ages 21 and older.

 

Sessions as needed
per provider recommendation.

Yes