Not that I know of. But I could be wrong.
I know if you're poor or like me can't work because of psychological problems, you get Medicaid, which is government-paid-for health insurance. But they have their limits to what they will pay also. Even for regular psychotherapy I have to go to a "clinic" rather than to someone in private practice because they don't take Medicaid. Now, whether that;s because they aren't allowed to, or, more likely, because they can get more money from regular insurance companies, is another story.
Yeah, insurance is big business here and $$$ comes before caring about individual citizens. It's weird how we have the right to a lawyer to defend us in court, but not a right to see a doctor--that's still a privilege.