If you have health insurance, you may be able to use your benefits to pay for inpatient drug rehab in Palm Beach County, FL. Under the Affordable Care Act, plans sold via the Health Insurance Marketplace can’t set limits for mental health services that don’t also exist for medical and surgical services. For example, an insurance company can’t cover surgical services at 80% and mental health treatment at only 10%. The Affordable Care Act also designates addiction treatment and other mental health services as “essential health benefits” and mandates all treatment centers across the United States to partner with health insurances for mental health and addiction treatment programs.
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Behavioral Health Centers works with several major insurance companies:
Aetna: Aetna is one of the most comprehensive insurance networks in the United States. Depending on which plan you have, you may be able to use your insurance benefits to pay for medical detox, therapy and other addiction treatment services.
Beacon Health – Beacon Health offers comprehensive mental health treatment options. Depending on the terms of your plan, you may be able to use your benefits for inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment or medical detox.
Blue Cross Blue Shield: If you live in Florida and have insurance through Blue Cross, you likely have a Florida Blue plan. This type of plan pays for some treatment costs, such as detox, inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab.
United Healthcare: UnitedHealthcare covers services that have been deemed “medically necessary.” Depending on the severity of your addiction, a UnitedHealthcare plan may pay for you to receive inpatient drug rehab.
Cigna: Cigna offers several types of health insurance, including group health plans, Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicaid plans. The amount of coverage available depends on the terms of your specific plan.
GEHA: GEHA stands for Government Employee Health Association. Plans from this organization usually cover retired members of the military and current federal employees, along with their family members. GEHA covers a variety of addiction treatment services, but the level of coverage available depends on which type of plan you have.
Empire: Empire is a type of BlueCross BlueShield plan that covers some types of addiction treatment. Your out-of-pocket costs will depend on which Empire plan you have and whether you purchased it from the Health Insurance Marketplace or obtained coverage through your employer.
EmblemHealth: EmblemHealth covers millions of residents of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. If you live in Florida during part of the year or spend a lot of time in Florida due to your job, you may be able to use your EmblemHealth benefits to pay for treatment at Behavioral Health Centers.