Finally, The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act were 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
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