That’s a good question and one that we get a lot. Sifting through the information about insurance coverage for drug rehab can be time-consuming and confusing. Unfortunately, this task often becomes the most necessary at a time when someone is facing the challenges of drug addiction. When you’re ready to enter a substance abuse treatment center, the last thing you want is to spend hours on the phone trying to figure out if your insurance will cover the treatment you need.
So guess what? You don’t have to. We put together this helpful form to help you find out which treatment program works best with your insurance.
First things first. To find out if your insurance will cover the rehab program you choose, you need to know what program is best suited to your situation. Ask your doctor, mental health care provider, or one of our caring addiction specialists about what type of treatment would work best for you. Once you know this, determining the cost will be much easier.
Whether your insurance will cover rehab depends on:
Type of facility—there are a few different types of facilities such as detox, inpatient, and outpatient.
Location of the facility—a program that is on the beach might be more costly than one in a small city or town.
Size of the program—as in how many patients can be accommodated. Smaller ones tend to be more expensive.
Levels of care—may include detox, inpatient (residential), outpatient, transitional living, and comprehensive aftercare.
Length of the program—most programs range from 28 to 90 days, and many are even longer.
Amenities offered—things like private rooms, swimming pools, in-house gyms, yoga, and nutritional counseling.
We believe recovery should be available to anyone in need of care. Which is why we work directly with your insurance provider to find the best option for you.
We accept most major health plans to help you pay for your drug rehabilitation treatment. Please call for verification of benefits coverage or check with your health insurance carrier for a final determination regarding specific covered services. Usually, prescription drugs used in treatment like methadone and suboxone are covered, but not always.