Behavioral Health

Legislation/IssuesSynopsisResourcesNew This Week/Upcoming Dates
SB 212 (HB 1048) - Behavioral Health Advisory Council and Commission on Behavioral Health Care Treatment and Access - Alterations Altering the membership and terms of members of the Behavioral Health Advisory Council; requiring the Commission on Behavioral Health Care Treatment and Access to meet jointly with the Council; and requiring the Commission, in coordination with the Council, to make recommendations regarding the financing structure and quality oversight necessary to integrate somatic and behavioral health services in the Maryland Medical Assistance Program. SB 212

HB 1048

Referred Health and Government Operations (2/23)

Hearing 3/06 at 1:00 p.m. (2/9)

HB 1048: Hearing 3/06 at 1:00 p.m.@Health and Government Operations

HB 10 - Criminal Injuries Compensation Board - Eligible Individuals and Direct Reimbursement for Mental Health Services Altering which individuals are eligible to receive mental health counseling paid for by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; requiring the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board to provide direct reimbursement to mental health professionals providing mental health services to a victim of a crime or a parent, a child, a sibling, a stepchild, or an intimate partner of a victim of a crime; and requiring the Board, in consultation with the Maryland Department of Health, to adopt regulations to implement the reimbursement program. HB 10

Withdrawn by Sponsor (3/4)