Infographic: Behavioral Health Service Utilization Among Foster Children

Friday, August 15th, 2014
This post was written by Melanie Matthews

Nearly one in three children within the United States’ foster system use behavioral health services, representing only three percent of all children in Medicaid, but 15 percent of those using behavioral health services and 29 percent of Medicaid expenditures for children’s behavioral health services.

This infographic from the Center for Health Care Strategies compares behavioral healthcare use and expense for Medicaid-enrolled children in general versus those in foster care.

Behavioral Health Service Utilization Among Foster Children

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