Nearly 500,000 low-income Ohio adults, most of them uninsured, received mental health and addiction services under the state’s hard-fought Medicaid expansion.
About 100,000 of the new beneficiaries have severe mental illnesses, including psychosis, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
And many of the rest are battling drug addiction.
The Medicaid expansion — pushed through by Gov. …
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Medicaid expansion covers nearly 500,000 Ohioans for mental health, drug treatment
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