Peer support is an evidence-based practice that allows individuals with "lived experience" to provide non-clinical services to promote recovery from mental health and addiction. For many years funding for peer support services was only available via grant funding, but has recently gained widespread support from payers, particularly Medicaid. This report explores state Medicaid reimbursement for peer support services, states with proposed reimbursement for peer support, funding authorities for peer support, and reimbursement rates in selected states . . .
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