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New Jersey Rehabs That Accept BCBS Insurance

Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance offers coverage for a range of healthcare services, including mental health and substance misuse treatment. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction and seeking treatment in New Jersey, BCBS insurance may be able to help cover some or all of the cost of rehab.
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Does Blue Cross Blue Shield Cover Addiction Treatment in New Jersey?

Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance plans may cover addiction treatment in New Jersey. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires all long-term health insurance plans to cover 10 essential health benefits, which include mental health and substance use treatment.

This means that your BCBS insurance plan may cover some or all of the costs of medically necessary substance use disorder treatment. However, it’s important to reach out to your healthcare provider before committing to treatment to determine costs.

Which BCBS Plans in New Jersey Cover Addiction Treatment?

BCBS offers a variety of health insurance plans, and all of the long-term plans may offer at least some level of coverage for substance use treatment.

The BCBS company in New Jersey is called Horizon BCBS, and the company offers Preferred Provider Organization plans (PPO) along with Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO) plans and Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans.3

It’s important to understand the details of your plan, so you know how much coverage you can expect for substance use treatment. One way to verify your insurance and connect with treatment centers that accept your plan is to contact our admissions navigators. We’re here 24/7 and are available to help you find the care you need. Call today.

What types of drug and alcohol rehab does BCBS cover in New Jersey?

No treatment plan fits everyone, so work closely with your doctor to create a custom treatment plan that meets your needs.

Some common types of treatment include:4

  • Detox. Detox is the process through which the body rids itself of harmful substances. Due to the potential for withdrawal symptoms, many may opt to undergo detox at a facility.
  • Inpatient rehab. Inpatient or residential rehab includes living in a facility full-time so you can focus on creating new habits without any distractions.
  • Outpatient rehab. Outpatient care allows you to live at home and attend treatment a few times per week.
  • Aftercare. Once you finish treatment, aftercare gives you the support you need to implement your new habits into daily life.

How to Use Blue Cross Blue Shield for Rehab in New Jersey

Using BCBS for rehab in New Jersey starts with visiting your doctor and getting a treatment plan that meets your needs. Your doctor will ask about substance use, your home environment, and more. Next, you’ll want to find addiction treatment in New Jersey covered by BCBS. You can contact centers directly or reach out to our admissions navigators, who are available 24/7. Finally, you’ll start treatment and begin building new habits for a substance-free life full of hope and purpose.

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities that Accept Blue Cross Blue Shield

The easiest way to find rehabs in New Jersey that accept BCBS is to contact our admissions navigators, who can review your insurance plan in just a few minutes and help connect you with the care you need. You can also contact your insurance company directly or reach out to facilities. Another option is to use the SAMHSA treatment locator, which can connect you with treatment facilities in your area.

You deserve a life free of substance abuse so that you can chase your dreams. We’d love to help. AAC operates several addiction treatment centers throughout the country that accept BCBS. To learn more about our facilities:

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