Who is Eligible for Our Services?
Mental Health Medicaid Specialty Supports and Services Descriptions
If you are a Medicaid beneficiary and have a serious mental illness, or serious emotional disturbance, or developmental disabilities, or substance use disorder, you may be eligible for some of the Mental Health Medicaid Specialty Supports and Services listed below.
Before services can be started, you will take part in an assessment to find out if you are eligible for services. It will also identify the services that can best meet your needs. You need to know that not all people who come to us are eligible, and not all services are available to everyone we serve. If a service cannot help you, your Community Mental Health will not pay for it. Medicaid will not pay for services that are otherwise available to you from other resources in the community.
During the person-centered planning process, you will be helped to figure out the medically necessary services that you need and the sufficient amount, scope, and duration required to achieve the purpose of those services. You will also be able to choose who provides your supports and services. You will receive an individual plan of service that provides all of this information.
In addition to meeting medically necessary criteria, services listed below marked with an asterisk * require a doctor's prescription.
The Michigan Medicaid Provider Manual contains complete definitions of the following services as well as eligibility criteria and provider qualifications. The Manual may be accessed at:www.mdch.state.mi.us/dch-medicaid/manuals/MedicaidProviderManual.pdf
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