Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs: Insurance
Most people want to know if their insurance will cover the cost of treatment. Many insurance companies will try not to cover the cost of treatment or have a large co-payment to offset their costs. Dual-diagnosis treatment programs are categorized under mental health benefits in your insurance plan. Insurance companies will usually cover more for treatment if you are planning on recovering at a program that has a mental health component to its treatment.
Medicaid and Medicare will not cover private treatment centers. Typically only state-run facilities take this form of insurance. The treatment centers that we work with will accept most insurance carriers’ PPO plans. Give us a call today and we can help you find a drug rehab center near you that takes your insurance.
If you do not have insurance coverage for treatment, our counselors will help you find affordable financing to cover the cost of treatment. As with most insurance policies, there is often a co-payment that you will have to pay out-of-pocket. We will get you in touch with the best possible treatment facility that will minimize the out-of-pocket expense for your inpatient treatment needs.
Our addiction specialists are here to assist you in getting the most out of your insurance plans. Insurance coverage for dual-diagnosis clients requires a special program that is tailor-made to fit their specific co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders. There are many different finance options available for co-pays or to help you finance the whole treatment program. Please let us know if you need financing for treatment as this can take a day or two to finalize with the lenders.
We know that entering into a treatment program is a huge step to take and the commitment to treatment can seem overwhelming. Our counselors are here to help guide you to the right dual-diagnosis treatment program for your addiction. It is sometimes beneficial for the client to go to treatment further away from home. Getting away from temptations and friends who may still be using is often better for many people. Clients who go to rehab in another state also have a harder time leaving treatment early as well. Depending on the situation, our counselors may suggest looking for substance abuse programs that are a plane flight away. Entering into a treatment program will be the best decision you can ever make to handle addiction. Do not wait until something adverse happens to commit to treatment for addiction. Call now and we can answer any questions you may have, verify your insurance, or get you enrolled into treatment immediately.
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