No Cost, Private Insurance Approval
Let us find out if your health insurance covers rehab
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You’ll get a quick response Monday to Friday 9am to 7pm EDT.
Beachway Therapy Center provides a private, no-cost insurance approval service. If you have coverage of any kind from a major insurance provider, your treatment is likely covered – and all you’ll need to do is pay a small deductible.
Fill in this form, and we’ll get the answer to your question, does insurance cover drug and alcohol rehab? Then, we’ll call you and let you know.
The providers we work with the most are Assurant Health, Vista Insurance Partners, Humana, Aetna, Cigna, BlueCross BlueShield and United Healthcare.
Some of the Insurance Companies That Cover Our Services
Frequently Asked Questions About Insurance
If you have coverage of any kind from a major insurance provider, your treatment is likely covered – and all you’ll need to do is pay a small deductible.
You should have a member ID card, and you may also have a letter included with your policy package/book. If not, try emailing or calling your insurance provider directly.
If you’re having trouble locating your insurance info or are not sure of what to look for, just give us a call at and we’ll help.
In most cases, insurance benefits are directly tied to the type of addiction an individual faces. This is based largely on the expected withdrawal period associated with the addiction. Feel free to call us at 888-345-7505 to talk about your specific case.
Outpatient treatment programs are usually covered for a longer length of time than in-patient treatment programs. Since outpatient programs don’t include room and board, they are less expensive.
Not all addiction treatment centers are approved by insurance providers. In many cases, very expensive treatment centers and holistic treatment centers will not be covered by insurance.
So be sure to verify your coverage before attending an addiction treatment center.
Depending on the plan, rehab coverage may be limited to a certain number of visits or to a specific length of treatment. These ‘limitations’ are referred to as benefit maximums.
The handbook your insurance provider offers should detail any benefit maximums to consider.