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It took a lot for you to realize that you needed to seek out professional drug rehab, and you’re wondering if your AmeriBen insurance will cover the cost of your addiction treatment. The good news is that your drug rehab is covered with AmeriBen insurance, which means you can take some time to decide which type of treatment would be best for you.
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Thanks to The Affordable Care Act, all types of insurance, including AmeriBen insurance, offers coverage for drug rehab. Your inpatient rehab, outpatient drug treatment or even drug and alcohol detox might be fully or partially covered by AmeriBen insurance, depending on your policy. This is excellent because it means that anyone who needs drug treatment can get the help they need without having to worry about paying for it out of pocket.
Whether you have been struggling with alcoholism for years or you’re in need of drug and alcohol detox and drug rehab, AmeriBen insurance will cover your drug treatment needs. This includes many types of drug rehab, including:
It’s important to determine what your individual AmeriBen plan covers so that you can decide if you’re going to opt for inpatient treatment or outpatient drug rehab.
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The best way to determine what your benefits are for drug rehab when you have AmeriBen insurance is to first speak with someone who can give you a drug treatment recommendation at the facility you want to attend. Speaking with an addictions specialist will give you insight into what your treatment plan will look like.
Here at Northpoint Recovery, we’re happy to help you with finding out what your AmeriBen plan covers for drug rehab. If you’d like to get started, feel free to fill out our insurance verification form. This will allow us to contact your insurance company for you.