Supporting Families and Professionals in Northern California and Vermont

AAI is Contracted With the Following Insurance Companies

Aetna Choice 

Anthem Blue Cross

Beacon Health Options

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont

California Regional Centers

CBA Blue

Cigna Behavioral Health

Meritain Health

MVP Healthcare

Partnership HealthPlan of California


Vermont Medicaid


And Private Contracts with both public and Private Daycares and Schools

In the United States, Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that provides healthcare coverage to low-income individuals and families. Medicaid is the largest payer of ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) services in the United States, and generally covers ABA services for individuals with autism when they are deemed medically necessary.

However, it is important to note that Medicaid coverage for ABA services can vary by state, and individuals should check with their specific Medicaid plan to determine their coverage. Some states may have limits on the number of ABA sessions that are covered, or may require prior authorization before ABA services are covered.

It is also important to note that Medicaid coverage for ABA services may depend on the individual's age and the specific type of ABA service being provided. For example, Medicaid may cover ABA services for children, but not for adults. It is always best to check with your specific Medicaid plan to determine your coverage for ABA services.

Overall, Medicaid generally covers ABA services for individuals with autism when they are deemed medically necessary. However, it is important to check with your specific Medicaid plan to determine your specific coverage and any limitations that may apply.

ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) services are often covered by insurance, although the specific coverage can vary depending on the individual's insurance plan and the state in which they live.

In the United States, federal laws, including the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA), require insurance plans to cover certain mental health and substance abuse treatments, including ABA services for individuals with autism.

However, insurance coverage for ABA services can still vary widely, and it is important for individuals to check with their specific insurance plan to determine the level of coverage they have. Some insurance plans may require prior authorization before ABA services are covered, or may have limits on the number of sessions that are covered. 

If you have insurance coverage for ABA services, it is usually the responsibility of AAI to bill the insurance company for the services. However, it is still important for individuals to be aware of their coverage and to check with their insurance plan to ensure that the services they are receiving are covered. If you have any questions about your insurance coverage for ABA services, it is important to contact your insurance company or provider for more information.