Letter: Insurance ignores mental health

I am a former employee of Procter and Gamble. My husband still is. With all of the anxiety the kids have experienced from being schooled from home, I have needed to access mental health support for my child. What disgusts me is the amount of money it costs. Before our insurance even pays a cent, my child has to meet a $600 deductible for the year. Then there are co-pays for every visit.

As much as P&G claims they care and support all Americans, you would think mental health services would not be applied towards deductibles. I feel it is just as important as preventative physicals! This should apply for all employers.

Nicole Morris, Lima


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