OKLAHOMA CITY –
It’s estimated 22 percent of Oklahomans suffer with some form of mental illness. Barely a third them get any sort of treatment for their illness, and that includes people with health insurance.
Under federal and state parity laws, mental health care should be covered by insurance, but 9 Investigates has learned that is still far from being the reality. The result is that families across the state remain unduly burdened by the challenges of caring for loved ones Read More