Abusing drugs and alcohol can put a great stain on your relationships, as well as your mental and physical health. Even if you want to get clean and sober, figuring out how to do it can be hard. Trying to straighten up on your own isn’t something most people can do either.
Restore Health and Wellness is here to develop a treatment plan that’s effective for you. We work with all major insurance providers like Anthem Blue Cross and have the expertise you need to kick addiction for good.
Close to 40 million people are covered by Anthem health plans. The organization, which is affiliated with Blue Cross and Blue Shield, provides similar benefits. Anthem typically covers at least a portion of inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment for members who have behavioral health coverage as a part of their specific plan.
Time and time again, rehabilitation has proven to be an effective method for treating addiction. For addicts, treatment can be an expensive proposition though. While spending money on addiction treatment can be scary, the cost is much lower than what could happen if you remain an addict. Let us work with Anthem Blue Cross to make sure you get the treatment you need without having to worry about your financial situation.
Anthem Blue Cross is a major health insurance provider with millions of policy holders. With so many variants in policies though, coverage will vary. Anthem offers levels such as bronze, silver, gold, and platinum plans. These varying plans have different monthly premiums and out of pocket expenses.
When you are trying to beat an addiction, the last thing you need to do is think about insurance. Our admissions specialists will handle this for you and make sure you have treatment options available that fit your recovery needs, as well as your unique financial situation.
Your level of coverage is dependent on your degree of substance abuse, the state you are in, and your specific insurance plan. Trying to understand the fine print in your insurance policy can be a difficult task. Fortunately, we are here to help.
Contact one of the admissions professionals and let us answer both your addiction and insurance questions- confidentially and free of charge.