Little girl holding a colorful umbrella.

Autism services

Focused on promoting shared learning and collaboration to produce a better healthcare experience and improve outcomes for beneficiaries and their families.

Contact us about ABA services at: (866) 323-7155

Autism Center of Excellence

The Humana Military Autism Center of Excellence (ACoE) was developed to:

  • Define, develop and govern industry standards and best practices
  • Provide education and training
  • Offer guidance and mentorship

We are a multi-disciplinary team of medical and behavioral health professionals including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) subject matter experts, medical director(s), strategic consultants, and clinical managers who are dedicated to identifying gaps in care, prioritizing beneficiary and provider support needs, and then translating these observations into clinical practice.

ASD benefits and programs

TRICARE families with special healthcare needs may need services beyond what is covered
under TRICARE’s basic benefit. Learn more about your plan and the additional programs
and services that may be available to assist you in getting the care you need.

Explore benefits


Champion spotlight

The champion spotlight recognizes advocates and supporters who strive to make a difference in the lives of individuals with ASD. Our spotlight currently shines on Jake Edwards, Autism champion and self-advocate nationally recognized for his effort to educate others about ASD. Check out Jake's video series below:


Autism open forum

Operation Autism offers this open forum for parents, educators, self-advocates, family members and professionals to post and find information about autism. It is meant to be an added source of support for families touched by autism. It contains stories, open dialogue, and other valuable resources.


Autism podcast

Listen in on various topics about autism spectrum disorder provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They are committed to providing essential data on ASD and discovering factors that put children at risk for ASD.