Whether you need help for drug addiction or a family member seeks treatment, Aetna drug rehab coverage offers the opportunity to get that help. Having insurance is a wonderful head start in changing your life. It helps you pay for the withdrawal management, therapies, and treatments needed for long term recovery. But what does insurance pay for and what must you cover on your own?
You can feel confident that your Aetna drug rehab coverage pays for at least part of your treatment. That is true when you consider addiction treatment programs that accept Aetna insurance in the first place. Simply look for the Aetna logo on the treatment center’s website, to know whether they accept your policy. Or call your chosen rehab and ask if they are one of these Aetna addiction rehab treatment centers.
Your insurance may not cover your entire rehab experience. You need to find out what level of care your policy covers, and if that level of care fits your needs. These levels of care include Inpatient Drug Rehab, Intensive Outpatient Program, and Outpatient Treatment.
One thing to remember is that your insurance company wants you healthy. Being addicted to drugs or alcohol only costs them more in medical care, in the long run.
When you gain sobriety, you suffer fewer contagious illnesses like colds and the flu. You also decrease your chances of major diseases and death. So your treatment helps Aetna stay profitable.
Call Gateway to talk to an intake counselor. In this one call, you can learn what your insurance covers and when you can start living your new life. Have your insurance card handy to provide your policy number and other information for benefits verification.