Consultant Faults W.Va. Medicaid On Mental Health Care

By Alison Knezevich

Charleston Gazette Staff Writer

Many West Virginians with mental illness aren't getting the care they need, in part because the state's Medicaid program focuses more on figuring out reasons people are ineligible for service than on helping them ...

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