Drug Rehab Health Insurance Coverage
Answering your questions about addiction treatment coverage
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At Cornerstone, we recognize the intricate nature of addiction, understanding how it influences the mind, body, and soul. Our programs are designed to address surface symptoms and the underlying root causes, ensuring a holistic approach to recovery.
We utilize evidence-based strategies to ensure a thorough and lasting recovery. We’re also aware of the financial stresses of seeking treatment. The good news is that numerous health insurance providers, recognizing our dedication to quality care, often cover our programs.
We realize that dealing with insurance details can be overwhelming, so we’ve compiled a thorough list of answers to most commonly asked questions about rehab coverage. Additionally, our admissions team is on standby to guide prospective patients and their families through the process, ensuring they are fully aware of their coverage options.
Will my Health Insurance Cover Drug Rehab?
How Do I Use My Health Insurance Rehab Coverage?
Frequently Asked Questions
General coverage Questions
Rehab Coverage Details
We Accept Most Health Insurance Plans
We can help you verify your benefits and get you a clear picture on your drug rehab coverage details.
Facility and Treatment Options
Treatment Frequency and Relapses
Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis
Cost and Payments
|Deductible||This is the amount you pay before your insurance begins to cover costs. For instance, if your policy has a $1,000 deductible, you'll need to pay the first $1,000 of your treatment costs.|
|A fixed amount you pay for a specific service. For instance, with a $30 copay for therapy sessions, you'll pay $30 each time you attend a session.|
|Coinsurance||After your deductible is met, you might still be responsible for a percentage of the costs. For example, with 20% coinsurance on a $5,000 inpatient treatment after meeting the deductible, you'd pay $1,000, and insurance would cover the rest.|
|The most you'll have to pay in a year before insurance covers 100% of the allowed amount. If the maximum is $6,000 and you've paid $5,000 in other costs, you'd pay another $1,000 before insurance covers all subsequent costs for the year.|
Addictions We Treat
|Type of Drug Rehab||Description|
|State-Funded Rehab Centers||These are facilities funded by the state, designed to support residents who may not have the means to pay for private rehab. They often have limited resources and might have waiting lists.|
|Non-Profit Organizations||Various non-profit organizations offer free or low-cost drug and alcohol rehab services, often funded through donations, grants, and other charitable means.|
|Faith-Based Rehabs||Many religious organizations provide free rehab programs. These often incorporate faith and spirituality into the recovery process.|
|University Research Programs||Some universities offer free treatment as part of research studies on addiction. Participants may access cutting-edge treatments in exchange for their involvement in the study.|
|Local Community Health Clinics||Many community clinics provide free or sliding-scale addiction services, emphasizing outreach to vulnerable populations in their areas.|
Treatment Outcome and Follow-up
Privacy and Confidentiality
Additional Services and Support
Policy Changes and Updates
Meet Our Arizona Clinical Team
Lionel Estrada, LISAC
Lionel is a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) with over 4 years at Cornerstone. Passionate about helping those with addiction and mental health struggles, and he has trained as an EMDR therapist, adopting a trauma-informed approach to find and treat underlying root causes with empathy.
Nate Bush, LCSW
Nate began his own recovery journey in 2010 and earned a Master’s in Social Work from ASU. He’s been in the Behavioral Health field since 2013. Specializing in CBT, DBT, and grief, Nate’s role includes being a Primary Therapist and Clinical Lead, underlined by his passion for helping others who struggled as he did.