Fund helps alleviate short-term insurance issues that can keep some from receiving treatment.
Anne Arundel County has developed a small fund, administered through its Crisis Response Team, to help people overcome temporary insurance hurdles and allow them to access treatment.
The Capital Gazette reports:
Adrienne Mickler, executive director of the county Mental Health Agency, said the county has allocated $43,000 toward helping people in need of treatment but with questions about health insurance.
Mickler explained it as a fund that makes temporary daily payments for treatment while county officials work with insurance providers and treatment centers to have services billed through insurance.
To learn more read The Capital Gazette.