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It's wonderful that you've made the decision to get help for your drug addiction. If you have Dakotacare (also known as DAS and DAK), your drug rehab will absolutely be covered, thanks to The Affordable Care Act. The law states that addiction treatment is a medical necessity, and so if you have DAS insurance, drug rehab will be covered at least partially, whether you choose inpatient treatment or outpatient drug treatment.
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The best way to determine what your benefits are with DAK for drug rehab is to talk with someone who can give you a recommendation for your drug treatment first. This is very important, because you want to be sure you're getting the right kind of addiction treatment before you talk with your insurance company. Once you know what's recommended for you, you can proceed to contact them to find out about your benefits.
You'll be happy to know that it doesn't matter what type of substance abuse treatment you need. Dakotacare insurance will cover your stay either in full or partially at an inpatient facility, but they offer benefits for outpatient addiction treatment at Dakotacare as well. This is true whether you need:
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Research has shown the importance of going through drug detox and alcohol detox before you go to drug rehab. DAS insurance might cover drug and alcohol detox, which is great because that really is the best way to start your recovery journey when you're ready to quit using drugs and alcohol. Your addiction specialist be able to help you find out if you have alcohol and drug detox coverage with DAS.
Here at Northpoint Recovery, we are happy to help you find out what type of coverage you can expect from Dakotacare for drug rehab. Please fill out our convenient insurance verification form, and we'll get started right away.