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What is the Hoosier Assurance Plan (HAP)?
The Hoosier Assurance Plan (HAP) is the primary funding system used by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration's Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) to pay for mental health and addiction services. DMHA contracts with managed care providers who provide an array of care for individuals who meet diagnostic, functioning level and income criteria. The managed care providers provide a year's care at the most appropriate levels to all enrollees.
Service providers, the general name given to the organizations who provide services funded by HAP, specialize in working with individuals in the following targeted areas:
Who qualifies to receive assistance through HAP?
Persons who have either no insurance or not enough insurance for mental health or addictions treatment may need to seek access to care. The Hoosier Assurance Plan helps to fund these services for those who qualify.
You may be eligible to have some of your treatment paid by the Hoosier Assurance Plan if you:
HAP does not pay 100% of your care. Individuals enrolled in HAP are expected to participate in paying for their care based on their financial ability through a sliding fee schedule. The provider you choose will help you determine what your share will be.
Where can I get the services?
The State of Indiana contracts with a variety of organizations across the state to provide services under HAP, they are called service providers. You can find information about the service providers near you by visiting the "Getting Services" page at "Service Providers by County."
What are your rights and responsibilities?
As a Consumer of publicly funded mental health and/or addiction services, you have certain rights and responsibilities:
Your Rights include:
Your Responsibilities include: