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Paying for mental health and addiction treatment has always been one of the most common reasons why some people don’t pursue the mental health and addiction treatment they need. Finally, The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act was passed in 2008. It requires insurance companies to provide the same amount of treatment for mental health and substance abuse as they provide for medical and surgical care.
Located in the heart of Los Angeles, Overland OIP offers individualized treatment for people seeking comprehensive services that encompass mental illness and/or co-occurring addiction. We accept most PPO and some HMO Health insurance plans. Please contact us to verify your insurance or fill up the contact form on our website
We understand that not everyone has insurances or insurance cover only a portion of mental health or addiction treatment. Self funding or financing is a common way to pay for mental health or substance abuse treatment. There are thousands of financing options available.
Published: January 06, 2019
Last Updated: January 15, 2021
Published: February 25, 2021
How to Find Quality Behavioral Therapy Near Me?
When it comes to mental health support, it can be extremely overwhelming and daunting to even begin the search in finding a facility that is able to provide the specific care that is necessary for your needs. Behavioral therapy is a remarkable tool at our disposal, as it is one of the best ways to […]Read more
Published: February 13, 2021
ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT) WORKSHEETS
What Is ACT? According to the ACT perspective, responding with acceptance and mindfulness is more fruitful than avoiding human life uncertainties. This approach further suggests that our suppression and controlling attempts are what cause troubles. ACT is a theoretical derivation of RFT (Relational Frame Theory), which believes that change is not always desirable or possible […]Read more
Published: February 01, 2021
Telemedicine vs Telehealth: What’s the Difference?
The current times we are in are certainly unprecedented, and many accommodations have had to be made in order to allow necessary operations to continue on. Doctor’s appointments, therapy sessions, follow up appointments, and intensive outpatient programs, or IOPs, have all been moved into the online space whenever possible to ensure the safety of everyone […]Read more