Insurance & Healthcare Reform

We contract with these and other insurance agencies:

  • CIGNA (Formerly Great West)
  • TriWest  (Active Duty; must have referral; only pays for eligible providers)
  • BCBS (includes Federal BCBS and KidCare Chip)
  • WinHealth
  • Medicare (Must see a LCSW, MD, DO, or Nurse Practitioner for Medicare to pay)
  • RR Medicare (Must see a LCSW, MD, DO, or Nurse Practitioner for Medicare to pay)
  • Wyoming Medicaid

If your insurance company is not on the list, visit our Fees & Insurance page to learn what questions to ask your insurance company to learn if your plan covers Peak services.

New federal insurance regulations require health insurance companies to cover mental health care services and pre-existing conditions in ways that were not covered before.

This means many people now have easier access to affordable mental health care.

If you do not have health insurance or if you are eligible for Medicaid, CHIP or Medicare but have not yet signed up, you may do so through Enroll Wyoming and




Health Insurance Marketplace Call Center
1-800-318-2596 FREE
TTY users -1-855-889-4325 FREE

Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

Many low income individuals and families in Wyoming qualify for free or low-cost insurance through the Medicaid and CHIP programs.

In the process of applying for health insurance through the Affordable Care Health Insurance Marketplace via Enroll Wyoming you will learn whether you and/or your family qualifies for Medicaid or CHIP.

You may also complete this online survey at to check your eligibility.


As described on the Medicare website, “Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD).”

If you are eligible for Medicare and have not yet enrolled, you can learn more about it and enroll online.