Often the cost of therapy or prescription drugs has been known to deter young people from getting the help they need. Find information about common mental health medications as well as resources to help pay for mental health treatment. Local service providers and family physicians may also have information about low-cost recovery resources.
Mental health prescriptions are typically daily pills or capsules taken orally. Many are also available in other forms, including injections, liquids and tablets. Be sure to talk to your physician or psychiatrist if you think one of the following medications might be right for you:
The following are the most common methods for paying for mental health prescriptions:
Depending on your need and eligibility, you may qualify for medical assistance through the state of Ohio. There are also many national programs which may be able to help cover the costs of your medications.