I’d say having a bachelors degree will get you case management like positions. Maybe some entry level counseling. But it will not pay a lot.
A Masters Degree will bump up your salary. Social Work or Mental Health are good options. Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is a super good salary. Some states only require a masters to be a school psychologist.
As a fee-for-service counsleor, meaning I’m paid only for sessions where clients are present (I’m not paid if they aren’t home) we are paid $32-$37 per visit. Each visit is 53 minutes. But there’s travel time, notes/assessments, treatment plans, phone calls, etc. My job requires 20 sessions per week to be full time. The more visits you do the more you’re paid.
So at minimum I’d say a Masters Degree is necessary to have a decent wage.