Molina Healthcare

For over 35 years, Molina Healthcare has provided insurance to those individuals who receive government assistance. Molina Healthcare, which was established in 1980 after the founder of the company, C. David Molina, noticed the increasing need for better healthcare services for low-income, uninsured, and immigrants who were frequently visiting the emergency room for basic healthcare needs. Today, Molina Healthcare is home to 3.5 million members who utilize the insurance provided through this company with humble beginnings.

Those under Molina Healthcare have access to several health plans, including Medicaid, Medicare, Integrated Medicaid/Medicare, and Molina Marketplace, which is a plan that allows Medicaid members to switch over to Marketplace but remain with their providers during the switch.

Molina Healthcare gives members access to the Quality Improvement Program, which does several things for members including taking action when there is a problem with the quality of care that is provided, offering members a guide that helps them know what care is needed and when, and ensures members have access to quality care. Additionally, Molina Healthcare offers the Patient Safety Program, where learning how to make the best decisions for one’s overall health can occur.

What Does Molina Healthcare Cover?

It is not uncommon for individuals who are living in low-income circumstances or who are uninsured to experience challenges in life that can increase their risk for developing a substance use disorder. Knowing this, Molina Healthcare provides coverage for a wide variety of different treatments for those who are prepared to put an end to their substance use disorder. They cover the following:

  • Mental health assessments
  • Psychological evaluations
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Case Management
  • Treatment plan (development, review, and modification)
  • Mental health intensive outpatient care
  • Day treatment services
  • Therapy/counseling
  • Psychotropic medication administration, monitoring, and training
  • Ancillary psychiatric diagnosed services
  • Detox services (medically monitored or medically managed)

In addition to these services, Molina Healthcare members who are 20 years old or under can get coverage if they are experiencing a mental health crisis and require inpatient hospitalization services as a result. Molina also offers mobile screening services to young members for a behavioral health crisis. With the 24-hour behavioral health crisis line that members can access, they are never without a helping hand.

Verifying Insurance and Finding the Most Appropriate Treatment

If you are a member of Molina Healthcare and are looking for professional addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one, contact the company as soon as possible. Making any decisions, including what facility to get treatment at or what type of programming you or your loved one should participate in, can be extremely costly without being aware of what your insurance does or doesn’t cover.

Molina Healthcare can, in addition to the recommendations of your care providers, help guide you or a loved one towards the appropriate addiction treatment program or services. Once you or your loved one is prepared to enter into professional treatment, Molina Healthcare can help to take care of the rest so that you or your loved one’s main focus can be on gaining a successful recovery.

Get the best treatment for yourself or a loved one.