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Verifying your Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Verifying your Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Verifying your insurance should not limit you to just one program. Many programs that are not contracted with your insurance may disclose self payment rates for you to seek treatment rather than finding you another program that can save you thousands of dollars just by using your insurance benefits.

The National Alcohol and Drug Dependency Resource Center provides a free service for those needing to verify their insurance and finding a program to meet all of their needs clinically, financially, and would we put our own loved ones in this particular facility.  We strive in working with the best of treatments and meeting your specific qualification so you may get the best help for your own recovery.

Does Insurance Cover for Rehab?

Most PPO insurance plans will cover the cost of treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, but the difficulty and time involved in finding the right program can often times be a long process till the right program works with your insurance. You can submit your insurance information on our contact page and addiction advisor will be able to contact you with a few options based on your insurance.

If you have an HMO policy, State insurance, or looking for free options, we can also help you find the program to fit your financial needs. We look at the best options for addiction treatment.

Specialty Areas of Treatment

When working with our clients, we will gather basic information from you to determine the best overall treatment with a professional team. Some of our specialty areas can include, but are not limited to:

  • Substance Abuse
  • Mental Health
  • Eating Diorders
  • Adult and Adolescent
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Holistically
  • Psychiatrist/Psychologist
  • In-patient
  • Out-Patient

If you or someone you know is in need of treatment or finding a rehab, let us help you find the best rehab for you. Please contact the National Alcohol and Drug Dependency Resource Center at 800-517-2241 to get help today.