Beacon’s Mental Health Services

Beacon’s Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder (MHSUD) services give individuals and their families the help they need for depression, post-traumatic stress and anxiety disorders, phobias, substance use and more. We deliver innovative, flexible solutions that enable people to improve their health and wellness, no matter how complicated their conditions.

We also support specialty populations, including persons with dual Medicaid/Medicare eligibility, those with serious mental illness, children with autism, people who require managed long-term support services, persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities and those with co-occurring or comorbid conditions.


With a true understanding of the people we serve, our care management model focuses on the individual, providing tailor-made solutions at the local level. We assess each member’s needs holistically, developing a personalized care plan that reflects individual goals for recovery. We surround our members with qualified clinical staff, specialty providers and certified peers to access the right care at the right time and help them navigate the health care delivery and support system.


Everything we do is aimed at building better outcomes for members. Robust analytics are a critical component of our success, helping drive our decision-making by proving to us what works and what doesn’t. Our platform also incorporates the full range of management and utilization reporting enabling real-time reporting and decision support to measure program utilization and effectiveness.

Most importantly, using our fully informed data analytics, knowledge, and experience, we can improve patient outcomes and lower treatment costs.


Our national network spans every state and encompasses all levels of care from inpatient to intensive outpatient and alternative levels of care, so members can move to a less restrictive setting as soon as their condition improves, while remaining in a safe and therapeutic environment. Our ultimate goal is to transition members into localized settings to access community-based care, support and resources.