The Parity Act of 2008 established that Mental Health Matters.

The Parity Act of 2008 made it illegal for most insurance plans to discriminate against people with behavioral health conditions by offering less generous benefits. Now, if a plan offers a mental health or substance use benefit, it must provide a benefit that is at least equal to the physical health benefit offered.

This site provides information on how to identify common parity violations, what to do about it if you're experiencing a parity violation, and how we can help.