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Ohio Mental Health Insurance Assistance Office

Do you need help understanding your mental health and substance use disorder benefits? Call us!! 1-855-438-6442 (1-855-GET-MHIA)

Mental Health Insurance Assistance Office
Mental Health Insurance Assistance Office

Do You Know What's in Your Health Insurance Plan?

Understanding health insurance benefits can be confusing. Our dedicated staff are ready to assist.  This free service is for individuals, families, and behavioral health providers who need help understanding and accessing their mental health and substance use disorder benefits. Whether you have health insurance through an employer, a government program, purchased it directly through an agent, or are uninsured, we can help.  We'll help you understand your mental health coverage, assist you in getting the most from your mental health insurance for treatment, and facilitate investigations on your behalf if you experience treatment access issues due to insurance. 


The Ohio Mental Health Insurance Assistance Office is the state's official resource to help consumers, mental health advocates, behavioral health providers, employers, first responders and other stakeholders understand and navigate mental health and substance use disorder insurance so Ohioans get access to the treatment they need. We are an office of the Ohio Department of Insurance, the state's insurance regulator, and we work in partnership with RecoveryOhio, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Ohio Department of Medicaid, the Ohio Department of Administrative Services, and the U.S. Department of Labor.

Get Mental Health Insurance Assistance from our Online Mental Health Benefits Toolkit! #GETMHIA!


Recovery Ohio
RecoveryOhio is working to provide a full continuum of care to all of Ohio, to create a system to help make treatment available to Ohioans in need, provide support services for those in recovery and their families, offer direction for the state’s prevention and education efforts, and work with local law enforcement to provide resources to fight illicit drugs at the source.