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Whether you’re seeking care for a sprained ankle or for opioid use, your benefits are protected by the law.
Our Employee Benefits Security Administration is ramping up efforts to ensure everyone gets the mental health and substance use disorder care they are entitled to under the law.
Your health insurance plan may cover the mental health or substance abuse services or treatment you need, thanks to the federal law on mental health parity.