News & Events for Greene County
Medicaid is health insurance that offers free or low-cost health coverage to many people. It covers families, children, and pregnant women. It can cover costs for older folks, low-income people, and those with serious health problems. Applying for it can be confusing. Greene County can help. Please reach out to the contacts below to help complete your Medicaid Application. They will also explain how Medicaid works, the services it includes, and how to find providers. So, if you need health insurance and would like to apply, please contact:Individuals, Providers, Schools, and Intermediate Units
- For Adults – Contact Melissa Ewart email@example.com or (724) 852-5276
- For Children or Adolescents – Contact Melanie Balogh at firstname.lastname@example.org or (724) 852-5276
- Contact Melissa Balogh at email@example.com or (724) 852-5276
- Network of Care links consumers to services, support groups, and personal advocacy resources in their communities
- Telepsychiatry Comes to the Central Greene County School District in 2006
If you have any questions, please contact Beacon at the Toll-Free Member Telephone Numbers listed below, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Beacon Toll-Free Member Telephone numbers
TTY (hearing impaired) 1-877-615-8502
Greene County Resources
Consumer Family Satisfaction Teams
Supporting hope, recovery, understanding, and respect for mental health consumers in Greene County.
The community collaborative network that serves Greene County.
A local information and referral program, providing access to a network of health, welfare and community services for all Greene County residents.
The Open Arms Drop-In Center
Open Arms Newsletter
Healthy Living/Healthy Choices
Greene County Human Services and Beacon Health Options are very excited to introduce a new initiative with community providers that will incorporate the Physical Health needs and the Behavioral Health needs of our community. The program will be on Friday mornings from 9:30-11:00am. The program will include various components including (but not limited to) walking, dance, healthy meals, dental health, physical health, and mental health awareness. This program is open to any Greene County resident who is now or who has ever received mental health services. There is NO cost to the program. You may obtain information by calling Green County Human Services at 724-852-5276.