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Rehabs in New York That Accept Anthem Insurance

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Does Anthem Cover Drug & Alcohol Rehab in New York?

Anthem insurance covers drug and alcohol rehab in New York. The company is a subsidiary of Blue Cross Blue Shield and operates in many states.The Affordable Care Act requires all long-term health insurance plans to cover 10 essential health benefits, which include substance use and mental health treatment.Depending on your specific plan, your provider network may include treatment centers in New York.

How to Use Anthem for Rehab in New York

Using Anthem for rehab in New York is straightforward. You start by making an appointment with your doctor to discuss your substance use, home environment, and other factors. From there, your doctor will create an individualized treatment plan.

The next step is to find addiction treatment in New York covered by Anthem. The easiest way to find the right rehab is to contact our admissions navigators; they can review your insurance and help you find a treatment center that meets your needs.

What types of Addiction Treatment are Covered by Anthem in New York?

Anthem can cover all levels of substance use treatment, and the specific coverage you have will depend on your insurance as well as the treatment plan created by your doctor. Your insurance will focus on covering medically-necessary, evidence-based care to help you reach full recovery.

Some of the common types of addiction treatment include:3

  • Detox. Detox is the first step in the recovery process, and involves letting the substances you’ve been using leave your system. You’ll be supervised by medical professionals to manage your withdrawal symptoms. After detox, you can begin treatment.
  • Inpatient rehab. Inpatient rehab allows you to live at the facility full-time so you can create new habits and focus on your recovery without distractions.
  • Outpatient rehab. During outpatient treatment, you live at home and attend treatment a few hours per week. Often, outpatient rehab starts after you graduate from an inpatient program.
  • Aftercare. Once you complete treatment, you still need support as you integrate your new habits into daily life. Aftercare provides the resources you need.

Your specific treatment plan will depend on your needs and the recommendation of your doctor, so it’s important to be honest as you seek help with substance use.

Does Anthem Cover Co-Occurring Addiction and Mental Health Disorders?

Anthem does cover co-occurring conditions, with the exact level of coverage depending on your specific insurance plan.

Having a mental health concern alongside substance use is known as a co-occurring disorder, and it’s important to treat both mental health and substance use at the same time to give you the best chance at long-term recovery.3

The Affordable Care Act includes mental health care along with substance use treatment as part of the 10 essential health benefits long-term health plans are required to cover, so your plan will cover at least some of the cost of integrated treatment.2

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities that Accept Anthem

As you look at facilities, it’s important to find one that accepts your health insurance plan. Your first choice treatment program may accept Anthem plans, but it’s important to make sure by calling and speaking with an admissions navigator.

If you’re interested in treatment out of state, but nearby, one high-quality option is Sunrise House Treatment Center, located in Lafayette, New Jersey. Sunrise House offers a variety of programs, including integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders, a specialized program for veterans, and a specialized program for first responders.

You deserve a life free of substance use, and we’d love to help. Contact us at to get started.

Sources

  1. Anthem (2023). About us.
  2. Healthcare.gov. (n.d.). What Marketplace health insurance plans cover.
  3. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020, April). What are the treatments for comorbid substance use disorder and mental health conditions?

 

 

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