Medicaid Expansion

A healthier Pennsylvania

When Governor Tom Wolf expanded Medicaid in 2015, more Pennsylvanians than ever were able to access quality health care coverage. The expansion opened up Medicaid to even more people living on low incomes, people who had been diagnosed with substance use disorder, and others.
Below, view how many people in your county are newly eligible for Medicaid coverage.

More can access substance use treatment

The expansion of Medicaid provided health care to Pennsylvanians who have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder. Use the map below to see how many people have access to recovery services through Medicaid in your county. 

Need help?

Are you or is someone you know suffering from substance use disorder? We can help. 
Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) for information about treatment resources. Your call is completely confidential. This hotline, staffed by trained professionals, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is available in both English and Spanish.  Not comfortable calling? You also can text 717-216-0905 for assistance. 
Visit the Get Help Now website and search for care providers in your area or view local resources in your county.

Opioids in PA

The opioid overdose epidemic is the worst public health crisis in Pennsylvania and the nation. Governor Tom Wolf and his administration are working to provide real solutions to save lives and help addicted individuals and their families get the treatment they need to live long, productive lives.
Want to know more? Explore the Opioid
Data Dashboard