Your Insurance Could Cover Addiction Treatment
At RehabHotline.org, our knowledgeable treatment specialists will help you find a drug or alcohol rehab program that accepts the following major carriers:
Since 1853, Aetna has provided quality health coverage to millions of Americans. Aetna’s behavioral health benefits provide coverage for addiction treatment from programs all over the country.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) consists of 38 local insurance companies providing coverage to 100 million Americans. If you’re one of these Americans, we’ll help you find the best drug or alcohol rehab treatment you can get with the coverage you have.
Humana has been providing quality health care coverage to Americans since 1961. If you’re one of the 11.1 million people insured by Humana, ask us about drug or alcohol rehabs that accept your coverage.
Cigna has more than 70 million customers worldwide, and is one of the largest health insurance providers in the United States. We’ll help you choose a drug or alcohol treatment center that accepts Cigna coverage.
UnitedHealth Group is the parent corporation of UnitedHealthcare, America’s largest health insurance provider. If you’re insured through UnitedHealth Group, you can get rehab coverage through United Behavioral Health.
Value Options is the nation’s largest independent provider of behavioral health care coverage. Many drug and alcohol rehab facilities accept Value Options Behavioral Health Care coverage.
AmeriHealth offers nationwide health care to its policyholders, including behavioral health care through Magellan Behavioral Health. We’ll refer you to mental health and substance abuse care providers who accept your AmeriHealth coverage.
Behavioral health care, including substance abuse and chemical dependency treatment, is ComPsych’s specialty. A wide range of drug and alcohol rehabs across the nation accept ComPsych behavioral health care coverage.
MVP Health Care
MVP Health Care has its headquarters in Schenectady, NY, and serves more than 600,000 people in New York, New Hampshire and Vermont. MVP Health Care can cover the cost of addiction treatment in the Northeast or elsewhere.
GEHA Health Plans
If you’re a federal employee insured through the Government Employees Health Association, we’ll work hard to find a substance abuse rehab that accepts your insurance.
APS Healthcare provides coverage to more than 14 million people in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Ask us about behavioral health care under APS.
Group Health Incorporated
Since 1937, Group Health Incorporated has offered health insurance coverage to residents of New York state. We’ll find you an addiction treatment program that’s willing to work with your GHI insurance, in New York or another state.
Medical Mutual of Ohio
Don’t let the name fool you — Medical Mutual of Ohio may be based in Ohio, but its coverage benefits extend to providers in many states. Our referral specialists can help you understand the behavioral health care benefits you’re entitled to under Medical Mutual plans.
Great West Insurance
Great West Healthcare is well known for its quality behavioral health care coverage. Ask our representatives what care you can receive under Great West coverage.
If you have health insurance, you may not have any out-of-pocket costs associated with your substance abuse treatment. If you do have out-of-pocket costs for any reason, our referral specialists can work with you to find drug and alcohol rehabs you can afford. Many substance abuse rehabs provide services on a sliding fee scale. Private financing options are also available for many programs. Dial
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