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Beacon Health Insurance for Addiction Treatment in Mississippi

If you or a loved one are looking for drug or alcohol addiction treatment in Mississippi, Beacon Health Options (Carelon Behavioral Health) may provide full or partial coverage for the cost of rehab. Contact American Addiction Centers 24/7 at to speak with an admissions navigator who can verify your insurance.
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What Is Beacon Health Insurance?

Beacon Health Options is a behavioral health provider that helps people get treatment for a variety of concerns, including substance use disorder (SUD) treatment. As of March 1, 2023, the company changed its name to Carelon Behavioral Health.1

Beacon contracts with specific health insurance providers, employers, agencies, and more.2 The company offers behavioral care, crisis solutions, well-being programs, and services specifically for military members and veterans.3

Does Beacon Health Cover Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Mississippi?

Beacon Health Options has over 115,000 providers that accept their coverage in states across the country, including Mississippi.4 While Beacon isn’t a health insurance plan that has to follow the Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandates, the company is focused on providing behavioral health solutions such as mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) treatment. That means you can rely on Beacon to cover at least some of the cost of rehab at in-network providers.

What Types of Addiction Treatments Are Covered by Beacon in Mississippi?

Beacon Health Options can cover all levels of substance use treatment in Mississippi, but your plan will focus on covering the medically necessary and evidence-based care your doctor recommends in your treatment plan. That’s why it’s important to work closely with your doctor to get the help you need.

Some of the most common types of addiction treatment that Beacon covers in Mississippi include:5

  • Detox is a process in addiction treatment designed to help patients withdraw from certain substances while in a medically supervised setting. This helps their comfort and safety and can ease the transition into a formal treatment program, such as inpatient or outpatient rehab.
  • Inpatient rehab includes living full-time at a facility so patients can receive 24-hour care, monitoring, and support. This can help them focus on their recovery without the distraction of daily life.
  • Outpatient rehab allows patients to live at home and attend treatment for a few hours a week. Outpatient care can vary greatly from standard programs that require weekly attendance to intensive outpatient programs (IOP) or partial hospitalization programs (PHP) that require daily attendance.
  • Aftercare is recommended after patients complete a formal treatment program and is designed to support long-term recovery. Aftercare can include attending group meetings or living in a sober living home.

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

Beacon does cover some treatments for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders in the state of Mississippi. As a behavioral health provider, Beacon Health Options helps people receive care for both substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health disorders. When a person struggles with both, it’s referred to as a co-occurring disorder. Studies suggest treating the conditions at the same time increases the chance of long-term recovery.6

The specific level of Beacon coverage for co-occurring disorders in Mississippi may vary depending on your specific insurance plan and the treatment plan your doctor creates for you. That’s why it’s so important to verify your insurance and understand your plan details. One easy way to do this is to contact our admissions navigators, who are available 24/7 and can help you find a treatment center that accepts Beacon and meets your needs.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Facilities That Accept Beacon

If you’re in search of treatment centers that work with Beacon Health Options, American Addiction Centers (AAC) is here to help. AAC works with a variety of insurance providers and may accept Beacon at one of the following facilities:

To find a rehab in Mississippi that accepts Beacon, you can contact our helpline or use tools like the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) treatment locator.

How to Use Beacon for Rehab in Mississippi

Using Beacon insurance in Mississippi may start with a visit to your doctor or a mental health practitioner. They will ask questions about what substances you use, how long you’ve used them, your home environment, and more. It’s important to answer these questions honestly so you can get the care plan you need.

Another option is to call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask for a list of rehabs in Mississippi that are in-network with Beacon. You can also contact the facility directly if there is one you have in mind. The facility can typically answer your questions and verify your insurance over the phone.

Other Options to Pay for Addiction Treatment in Mississippi

If you don’t have health insurance coverage, you might think you can’t get treatment for your substance use. The good news is you have options. There are state-funded rehabs available, and you can look for free rehabs as well. Some treatment center offer sliding scales based on your financial situation and what you can realistically pay. Some treatment center offer scholarships or payment plans.

If you need assistance, you can contact American Addiction Centers 24 hours a day by calling . Our admissions navigators can guide you through the process and help you find rehabs in-network with Beacon. Calling is confidential and free.

Sources

  1. SagAftra Health Plan. (2023, Feb 14). Beacon Health Options will become Carelon Behavioral Health.
  2. Carelon Behavioral Health. (2023). Home.
  3. Carelon Behavioral Health. (2023). Our solutions.
  4. Carelon Behavioral Health. (2023). About us.
  5. HealthCare.gov. (n.d.). Treatment options.
  6. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020, April). What are the treatments for comorbid substance use disorder and mental health conditions?
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