On April 1, 2022, Alliance Health will begin operating a Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Tailored Plan. When people are not insured by Medicaid but instead receive state-funded services as part of the Alliance Health Tailored Plan, they are called “recipients.” Limited state-funded services are for individuals who do not have insurance or are under-insured.
What is a Tailored Plan?
Tailored Plans are health plans that manage many kinds of care a person needs to be healthy. They are designed for:
- People with significant behavioral health (mental health and substance use disorders) needs
- People with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DDs)
- People who are part of the Innovations and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Waivers
- Non-Medicaid behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities and TBI services for uninsured and underinsured North Carolinians
What kinds of care are available to recipients through the Alliance Health Tailored Plan?
- Behavioral health services including outpatient therapy, medication management, intensive outpatient substance use disorder treatment, and an array of community and in-home treatment services
- Support and residential services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
- Behavioral health crisis services with several being available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Community resources including housing, employment training and other supports that promote recovery
Who provides these services?
The services and supports available through the Alliance Tailored Plan are offered by a large and diverse network of physical and behavioral healthcare providers in communities across the counties we serve. Each one has earned a reputation for successfully serving people with Medicaid or who are uninsured.
Alliance works to be sure recipients have access to many kinds of effective and innovative care.