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Governor: Funding is provided for short-term rate increases for Medicaid chemical dependency/substance use disorder services to keep the chemical dependency/substance use disorder provider network viable until the rates of reimbursement have been actuarially certified and approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Funding will ensure that continued essential services are available statewide for Medicaid individuals with chemical dependency/substance use disorders.

House: Funding is provided for Medicaid rate increases for the following substance use disorder (SUD) services: a) group treatment; b) opiate substitution treatment; c) pregnant and parenting women residential; and d) pregnant and parenting case management services.