Behavioral Health

The West Virginia Bureau for Medical Services offers the following Behavioral Health Services:

  • Psychiatrist Services are provided by independent practicing licensed psychiatrists when medically necessary and appropriate to the individual's need.
  • Psychological Services are provided by independent practicing licensed psychologist when medically necessary and appropriate to the individual's need.
  • Targeted Case Management assists certain Medicaid eligible recipients to gain access to needed medical, behavioral health, social, educational and other services. Targeted populations are: 
    • People with mental illness,
    • People with substance-related disorders, 
    • People with developmental disabilities not enrolled in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDDW) program,,
    • People temporarily residing in licensed domestic violence centers, and
    • Adults over the age of 20 who are residents of long-term care facilities or who need supported living arrangements.

For more information contact Cynthia A. Parsons, Program Manager at (304) 356-4936.
Mental Health Parity Plan
WV Child Care Association

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