EmblemHealth insurance is a not-for-profit health insurance company serving over 3 million people in the tri-state area. Depending on the plan, your EmblemHealth policy can cover substance abuse and mental health treatment.
How to Check EmblemHealth Rehab Coverage
At Lighthouse Recovery Institute, we offer evidence-based treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. To learn more about our extensive treatment options, give us a call at (866) 308-2090. Or, you can verify your EmblemHealth insurance coverage by filling out the form below. Someone from our admissions office will contact you later to explain your benefits and coverage.
About EmblemHealth Insurance
Using a whole-person approach to help its members stay healthy long-term. They started offering health insurance coverage during the Great Depression and now provide various plans, including Medicaid and Medicare.
Coverage Levels and Substance Abuse Coverage
Coverage for substance abuse treatment and mental health services vary depending on the plan, whether or not the provider is in-network, and other elements. Typically, EmblemHealth offers coverage for:
- Drug and alcohol detox
- Inpatient and residential rehab
- Partial hospitalization program
- Intensive outpatient program
- Outpatient rehab
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How to Pay for Rehab If My Policy Doesn’t Cover It
At Lighthouse Recovery Institute, we offer various payment plans to help you afford treatment. Other alternatives include seeking out a loan. You can also check if your company’s insurance provides employee assistance programs that could cover drug rehab. You’ll be surprised how many family members and friends are willing to help you pay for your treatment program. Don’t let your insurance stop you from seeking substance abuse treatment. There’s no better time to seek treatment for drug abuse than today. After all, seeking help for your addiction will be the best investment you’ll ever make for yourself. Your path to recovery can still happen.