As part of your coverage for mental health treatment, most insurance plans do indeed help cover the cost of rehab. The exact level of coverage will vary between plans though, so it’s best to verify with your insurance provider what they cover or use our online insurance verification tool. Your individual needs also change how much of your recovery is covered by insurance as some providers are still considering which aspects of treatment are medically necessary for recovery.
How To Tell if Your Insurance Covers Rehab
Addiction to drugs or alcohol, better known as substance use disorder (SUD), is a lifelong condition with continuous symptoms. While treatment for SUD hasn’t always been widely covered, changes to federal requirements in both public and private healthcare plans have made treatment more accessible than ever. If you’re unsure about your level of coverage, or how much you’ll need to pay out-of-pocket, you can reach out to our team with your plan details and we can verify it over the phone as well!
We work directly with a majority of insurance providers to help streamline the process of verifying coverage by understanding what each insurance company needs to get your treatment started. The ARC team is here to make your transition into rehab simple and easy, allowing you to focus on growth and healing instead of dollars and cents. Determining your insurance situation is part of your individualized treatment plan when you complete your program at ARC.
Types of Covered Addiction Treatment
Since addiction and SUD can creep into nearly every aspect of your life, it’s important that the care you receive takes a holistic approach to your overall health. Without this bigger picture, it can be difficult to track down the specific causes of your addictive behaviors. The various treatment options you may need covered by insurance include:
- Inpatient and outpatient rehab
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) including medical detox
- Dual-diagnosis treatment
- Aftercare and relapse prevention services
Many treatment plans also come with their own maintenance program to help you maintain sobriety after treatment. These plans unfold in the form of MAT and only when a medical professional has determined that medication is required for a successful recovery. You may require medication during your aftercare routine due to underlying mental illness or severe damage to your central nervous system caused by drug or alcohol abuse. Regardless of how your story with addiction has gone, it’s always the right time to seek out treatment and take back control of your life from the grasp of addiction.
Get Help Today at America’s Rehab Campus
Whether it’s for you or a loved one, we encourage you to reach out to the ARC team for a free, no-obligation consultation. We’re standing by 24/7 to answer any questions you have about our location, treatment options, and insurance coverage. Don’t let addiction call the shots any longer, contact us today to start the next chapter in your recovery story.