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State and federal health insurance isn’t generally accepted at private rehab centers. As such, we do not accept Medicaid, Medicare, or Medi-Cal. If you have private pay or commercial insurance, you can always contact your insurer to know more about the provisions and limitations of your plan concerning detox and addiction treatment. After making this call, if you still have questions, our admissions team can assist you in understanding your policy’s co-payments, deductibles and itemized benefits.
We are well-familiar with all of the plans and policies that we accept, and routinely answer questions about these and other payment-related subjects. If your insurance company is only willing to cover a portion of your care, ask our admissions counselor, treatment coordinator, or billing department about our affordable self-pay options. With these, any remaining fees can be broken down into manageable increments. Our team can also supply information on finding additional financial support.
Most major insurance companies can help pay for rehab. Verify your benefits and see if insurance can help pay for your recovery.
Unless you work in the industry or have ample experience in reading and interpreting insurance plans, health insurance can be quite confusing. There are, however, a few main points that you can learn to make navigating your policy a bit easier.
it’s important to determine whether you have HMO or PPO insurance. Preferred Provider Organization or PPO insurance offers access to a defined network of providers. While PPO health insurance policies will cover a portion of the fees accrued by working with out-of-network providers, full benefits are only available in-network. Conversely, Health Maintenance Organization or HMO plans require policyholders to only work with in-network doctors and centers. When HMO policy holders book or receive services outside of their networks, all of the resulting costs must be paid privately.