Georgians could see immediate positive changes in their behavioral healthcare with the HB 1013 Bill passing in the Georgia State Legislature. The Georgia House passed a bill on April 4 containing seven sections pertaining to ways behavioral healthcare can be improved within the state. This is a welcome change as the pandemic has challenged many in concern about their mental health.
Mental health parity was a priority for the senate, meaning that insurance companies who cover mental health services must cover them in the same way they do other services.
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