While the majority of Alliance’s services are available through our network only to individuals covered by Medicaid, we do offer a range of services to individuals without Medicaid coverage. Most state-funded services require prior authorization by Alliance and can be accessed by contacting Alliance via our 24-hour Access and Information Line at (800) 510-9132. Part of the State-funded service eligibility process is based on an individual’s level of income in addition to clinical needs, but there are some crisis services available to individuals within Alliance’s four-county region regardless of ability to pay.

Alliance has a limited amount of State funds to pay for treatment services so entry requirements and benefit maximums may be different than the Medicaid requirements for the same service.

Every individual enrolled with Alliance is evaluated to determine their ability to pay for State-funded services. The combination of an individual’s adjusted gross income and the number of dependents will show if they have the ability to pay. An individual meets financial eligibility if household income is at or below 300% of the federal poverty level and there are no assets or third-party funding or insurance available to pay for services. If an individual’s income exceeds this amount, the individual will be required to pay 100% of the cost for the state-funded services provided to him or her.  A link to the 2019 Federal Poverty Guidelines can be found here.

Click here for a link to the Alliance Health Medicaid and Non-Medicaid Benefit Plans.



Page last modified: August 21, 2019