Eligible Client Populations

The mission of the NAP is to make neurofeedback accessible to those who need it by building capacity within our existing healthcare system, with a focus on agencies working with the underserved and those most vulnerable. Therefore, to be eligible to join the NAP, at least 80% of your agency's clients must be classifiable as low-income, Medicaid-eligible, or representing underserved or difficult-to-engage populations. View the list of client populations that typically fall into these categories below.

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Eligible client populations include but are not limited to: 

  • At-risk children and/or children with mental, emotional or behavior disorder

  • Autism spectrum/Developmental Disabilities

  • Domestic violence

  • Drug court

  • Foster care

  • Homeless/Unhoused Individuals

  • Inmates recently released

  • Incarcerated adults

  • Juvenile justice

  • Low-income

  • Medicaid-Insured or Medicaid-Eligible

  • Military and veterans

  • Pain clinic

  • Physical and/or cognitive rehabilitation

  • Racial or ethnic minorities

  • Refugees

  • Seniors and/or memory care

  • Severely mentally ill

  • Special Education

  • Substance abuse

Other populations may be considered as underserved, so contact us at info@neurofeedbackadvocacyproject.com if you have questions about eligibility.