Health Spotlight: How to access mental health services when money is tight

August 07, 2018

Mental health is a critical part of our overall health, and just like when we get the flu or break a bone, it’s important to seek professional treatment when we aren’t feeling well. It is estimated that over 56% of American adults suffering from mental illness aren’t getting the help that they need. One reason is that mental health services have yet to be as comprehensively covered by insurance as physical health services, and sometimes seeking help can be expensive. However, there are many options available to get help without going broke in the process. This article (click here) has great advice on avenues to find professional mental health services while being finance-aware.

Image: Woman sitting alone and depressedArticle and image credit: NBC News 6-5-2018