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Your Guide to Tufts Health Drug Rehab Coverage

by | Last updated Sep 21, 2020 at 12:04PM | Published on Sep 18, 2020 | Insurance Help, Rehab Coverage

Your Guide to Tufts Health Drug Rehab Coverage

Seeking professional help for addiction, alcoholism, or other harmful behavior is frightening. For most people, it’s the hardest thing they’ll ever do. Many times, people avoid getting the help they need for a substance use disorder because they don’t have the right tools. People are often surprised to find out they could potentially use their health insurance to cover some of the treatment costs. Here’s your guide to Tufts Health drug rehab coverage options.

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Tufts Health Coverage for Substance Abuse Treatments

Tufts Health offers a wide range of coverage options for its members. They have employer plans, connector plans, as well as Medicaid and Medicare, plans available. Tufts Health offers substance abuse treatment coverage with no additional cost to anyone who needs treatment. Members can even receive coverage for co-occurring disorders, including anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. 

As far as treatment options, you should be able to access some level of coverage for:

Most Tufts Health plans even cover medication management services for those needing ongoing support. They also offer $0 cost on opioid overdose reversal medications like naloxone. Of course, the specific level of coverage will vary depending on the type of plan you have. It’s vital to talk to your insurance provider to learn more about what’s covered with your policy. 

How to Verify Coverage

The first step to reap the benefits of your insurance plan is to verify coverage. Contact your insurance provider to help you find treatment facilities in your area that are in-network. Additionally, you can always reach out to our admissions office. Use our insurance verification form to find out if your insurance policy covers drug rehab. 

More than that, you want to ask about what’s covered under your policy and for how long will these benefits extend. Sometimes people need to be in a rehab center for 30 days or 90 days. After all, addiction recovery is a long-term process. Some insurance companies will stop covering after a specific period. Our admission specialists can help you find out the length of your coverage. 

How to Pay for Rehab If My Tufts Health Plan Doesn’t Cover It

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 do for yourself. Your path to recovery can still happen. 

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. 

Stop using money or your financial situation as an excuse for seeking drug or alcohol addiction treatment. If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, contact us today to get started. We’ll look at your Tufts Health insurance policy and verify what’s covered. If you don’t have coverage through your insurance, we’ll work tirelessly to find other alternatives. Our priority is to help you find the help you need to get better. 

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