Figuring out how to come up with the funds to pay for substance abuse treatment is a very daunting task. The burden can fall on the affected individual as well as people associated with the individual like family and friends of the addict. Our staff at AKUA is here to show you every option available in order to make treatment a reality.
There are three different routes individuals can take to pay for treatment. The first option is always private pay. By paying out of pocket, someone doesn’t have to go through other sources to be able to be approved for rehab. It poses the least amount of chances for being denied treatment based on the cost. The second option is applying for scholarships we have available thanks to our many sponsors and generous donations. This is an option we cannot guarantee to everyone because of the limited funds we are able to give away. The final option is working with your insurance provider to figure out what costs are covered by your policy. This could determine whether your entire treatment can be paid for, or if you are only able to receive partial financial assistance.
USAMCO Insurance For Addiction, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Treatment
USAMCO supports those who are looking to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction. USAMCO works with an individual’s needs to find nearby treatment services. USAMCO insurance policies have different options for Detox, Inpatient, and Outpatient rehab, as well as other mental health services to help on your path to recovery. Depending on your individual USAMCO insurance plan, your inpatient and outpatient rehab coverage will vary.
Insurance coverage varies with each plan, recovery services may include:
- Drug rehabilitation
- Alcohol rehabilitation
- Counseling for addiction treatment
- Mental Health Treatment
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USAMCO supports those who are looking to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction. USAMCO works with an individual’s needs to find nearby treatment services. USAMCO insurance policies have different options for inpatient and outpatient rehab, as well as other mental health services to help on your path to recovery. Depending on your individual USAMCO insurance plan, your inpatient and outpatient rehab coverage will vary.
USAMCO Policy Coverage For Substance Abuse
If your USAMCO insurance policy covers substance abuse treatment, it will also include mental health services. Many clients have co-occurring disorders, mental health, and substance addiction issues, called a dual diagnosis. With our dual diagnosis treatment program, both issues can be supported together.
USAMCO Coverage for Mental Health Treatment
Mental illness affects millions of Americans and is common among those with substance abuse issues. Insurance providers are legally required to cover mental health services. In many cases, mental health problems can co-occur with substance use, so it is important to address mental health concerns if you are seeking care for substance misuse and addiction.
USAMCO typically covers individual therapy sessions for people with substance abuse issues and other mental health conditions. USAMCO may cover therapy fully or partially depending upon the member’s plan.
USAMCO Coverage For Inpatient Treatment
Inpatient substance abuse treatment programs may cover:
- Acute Inpatient Substance and Drug Detoxification.
- Inpatient Treatment for Substance and Drug Disorders.
- Residential Treatment for Substance and Drug Disorders.
- Partial Hospitalization for Substance and Drug Disorders.
- Intensive outpatient treatment
USAMCO Coverage For Outpatient Treatment
Outpatient rehab services usually covered by your USAMCO plan include:
- Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Substance and Drug Detoxification Medication Management
- Anti-Craving Medication Management
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Do Treatment Centers Need To Be In-Network?
Usually, but not always, care from out-of-network providers will increase your out-of-pocket expenses.
Some plans will cover portions of out-of-network services after a deductible or coinsurance has been met while others may not cover any such services.
Pre-certification may be required for out-of-network treatment options. USAMCO will review the request against nationally recognized guidelines.
For cases requiring pre-certification, USAMCO will determine the services covered on the plan. Call the number on the back of your insurance card to discuss treatment options available to you.
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How Can I Pay The Costs Not Covered By My USAMCO Plan?
It’s important not to let the costs of treatment deter you from getting the help you need. Many alternative methods are available to help with addiction treatment expenses.
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It’s important not to let costs of treatment deter you from getting help you need. Many alternative methods are available to help with addiction treatment expenses.
Akua Behavioral Health offers addiction treatment programs in a residential, community-based setting. Our clients stay in our home-like program, with 24-hour supervision to ensure their safety and comfort. Inpatient drug rehab gives clients the best chance at lasting recovery through highly-structured care for those struggling with drug, alcohol and/or their mental health.
Many clients stop experiencing withdrawal symptoms 3 to 7 days after starting our detox program. While the experience may vary due to various factors, Akua Behavioral Health is committed to providing our clients with safe and comfortable detox.
Akua Behavioral Health works with most major insurance plans to ensure quality addiction treatment is accessible for our clients.
Other Insurance Plans we Accept
AKUA works closely with most HMO, EPO and PPO insurance plans including AmeriHealth, Humana, Allcare Health, Highmark, UPMC Health Plan, and are In-Network with Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Cigna, HealthNet, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Magellen, HMC Health Works, Tricare, Western Health Advantage, Prime, Multi Plan, Triwest, and more.