Office of the Healthcare Advocate
 
Ms. Veltri oversees a devoted team; providing free assistance to Connecticut Healthcare consumers with plan selection, education, enforcement of healthcare rights, and improving healthcare access.
 
  WHAT'S THE OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE ADVOCATE?
If you need healthcare or healthcare coverage or have problems with your coverage and don’t know where to turn, please call us. The Office of the Healthcare Advocate (OHA) is an independent agency here to help you understand what options you have, how to get and fight for your healthcare coverage, including coverage for mental health or substance use treatment, and to make sure you get covered for your healthcare needs.
 
OHA is YOUR advocate.  Our only interest is consumers.
 
Our services are free and confidential and provided in real time.  1.866.466.4446  
 
What People Say About OHA
 
            Watch testimonials here:
 
 
               {Lynn}
 
Resources and Information on Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity and Available Services
 
OHA- Connecticut's Behavioral Health Clearinghouse-click on image
 
 
Network of Care Resource Page - click on image
 
 
CT Insurance Department-click on image
 
 
 
  NEWS
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
OHA Saves Consumers $10.97 Million in CY 2015 - Surpasses $70 Million Mark
  Connecticut healthcare consumers captured $10.97 million dollars in savings during calendar year (CY) 2015, according to Victoria Veltri, State Healthcare Advocate, pushing the office’s recoveries total since it began operations in 2001 to $70,675,853.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Better Health Conference 2016 - Save the Date
  Mark your calendar for the third annual Better Health Conference presented by CT Partners for Health

Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Office of the Healthcare Advocate launches the Behavioral Health

Tuesday, January 03, 2012
FDA MedWatch Safety and Adverse Event Reporting
  Click here to be directed to the FDA's MedWatch site where consumers and providers can report and research adverse events and safety issues with medications and devices.

   


 
 
 
OHA Videos on YouTube -- click
on the image above