Alcohol And Drug Rehabs That Accept United Healthcare Insurance
Medically reviewed byIsaac Alexis, M.D., AAMA, AMP-BC
January 31, 2019
Many people with a substance use disorder or addiction don’t get the help they need because they don’t think they can afford treatment. United Healthcare offers several coverage options for addiction treatment providing individuals with the opportunity to get the care that they need.
Substance Abuse and Addiction: An Overview of United Healthcare’s Coverage
United Healthcare is one of the largest insurance providers in the United States and operates many different insurance providers and plans under the parent company UnitedHealth Group (UHG). UHG has a wide range of both employer-sponsored group plans and individual coverage. Most UHG plans have mental health and addiction treatment coverage as a potential healthcare plan option.
UnitedHealth Group even has a division, United Behavioral Health, which is dedicated to using the latest scientific models and strategies for addiction treatment through its “Full Care Management” program. The program includes both drug center rehab treatment and the establishment of a recovery support network through friends, family, and community resources. United Behavioral Health claims higher than average success rates, and depending on your plan, it may be an additional resource for you throughout recovery.
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What to Expect from United Healthcare When Seeking Treatment for Substance Abuse and Addiction
Most employers who provide United Healthcare offer mental health and addiction coverage. The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity act of 2008 went into effect in July of 2010. It requires companies with more than 50 employees who offer mental health coverage to cover mental health, substance abuse, and addiction treatment at the same level as surgeries, physical therapy, and other hospital services. Most healthcare providers and employers take an integrated approach to substance abuse and addiction recovery options seriously. If your company has an Employee Assistance Program, that is an excellent place to start in determining what resources are available to assist you through recovery.
Individual coverage is trickier because UHG is a national company and state regulations vary widely with respect to mental health, substance abuse, and addiction coverage. In certain plan categories United offers mental health and addiction coverage as a standard inclusion, but in others it is an additional coverage option. If you are seeking treatment and have a United Healthcare plan, you can check with United directly, or contact us to find out what is included in your plan.
Explore Your Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Options
If you’re on the road to recovery from substance abuse and seeking treatment, it’s important to work with your insurance provider as you consider treatment options. Plan provisions and exclusions can be confusing. Here are some basic questions that will help you understand what treatment services are available to you:
- Does my insurance plan cover substance abuse treatment?
- What substance abuse treatment facilities will accept my insurance?
- Is there a daily maximum coverage for inpatient stay at a drug or alcohol rehab center?
- What services will my insurance cover at a drug or alcohol rehab center?
As the United Healthcare Group is a large, national health insurance provider, they have one of the largest healthcare provider networks available. This means that you will have a wide range of options for substance abuse and addiction treatments and access to plenty of drug rehab centers.
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* Disclaimer: Rehabcenter.net is not affiliated with or endorsed by United Healthcare, United Behavioral Health, or the United Healthcare Group. Details about United Healthcare’s coverage are intended for informational purposes only. The specific details of your plan may vary and the specific treatment services you require may or may not be covered.
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