Since December 2011, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has extended health coverage to more than 3 million young adults 19 through 25 who were previously uninsured, allowing them access to mental health and substance use disorder services, including prevention, counseling, and recovery support.1
Young adults with behavioral health challenges can be resilient with the help of family, friends, providers, and other Heroes of Hope. Visit samhsa.gov/children to learn more.
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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has extended health care coverage to more than 3 million young adults ages 19 to 25 who were previously uninsured, including access to mental health and substance use disorder services. Learn more about the behavioral health of young adults and pass it on to observe National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day: http://1.usa.gov/12LzrRW
For more information on young adults specifically, see these resources: