The first step on the road to recovery is the detox/rehab process. Unfortunately for many people though, the fear of how they will be able to pay for treatment keeps them from getting the help that they need. At Crest View Recovery Center, we don’t want you to let finances prevent you from getting the help you need. We believe that that you should be able to focus on improving your health, not how you are going to pay for it. That’s why we are proud to work with many insurance companies, including APS Healthcare, to get you the treatment you need at a price you can afford. If you have APS Healthcare insurance, we have some helpful information in regard to your treatment options with your insurance plan.
How Does APS Healthcare Work with Addiction Treatment?
APS Healthcare is one of the leading specialty health service companies in the United States. This company delivers innovative solutions to improve the health of its members. They do so by providing superior total healthcare management including disease management and behavioral health care services. APS Healthcare is an evolving leader in providing health and disease management services. The company is the only specialty healthcare company with extensive experience in the following:
- Total health management
- Disease management
- Behavioral healthcare
- Employee assistance programs (EAP)
- Informatics and quality review/oversight programs
Drug and alcohol addictions ruin the lives of those who suffer from these issues. Some people fall into addiction in an effort to escape life’s problems. Others make the mistake of using highly addictive substances, and some simply have an addictive personality that predisposes them to develop drug and alcohol habits.
Whatever the ultimate cause of an addiction is, it’s crucial to find professional rehabilitation services to start your journey to recovery. APS Healthcare is a health insurance provider that can help you with the costs of your time in drug and alcohol rehab.
What Does My APS Healthcare Plan Cover?
APS Healthcare offers a variety of plans that cover complex treatments like drug and alcohol addiction. Your APS Healthcare addiction recovery coverage will depend on the policy you have. As long as your policy lists behavioral health as one of the benefits, you should be able to turn to them to pay for at least part of the treatment.
APS is known to have a comprehensive behavioral health service, so you may have access to:
- Integrated care for both medical and addiction problems
- Early intervention options
- Patient support
- Assistance when shopping for addiction treatment facilities
At Crest View Recovery Center we want you to focus on your treatment, and not how you are going to pay for it. That’s why, no matter what APS plan you may have, we will work with the insurance company to make sure you get the treatment that you need at a price that you can afford.
Does APS Healthcare Cover Detox Services?
When it comes to addiction treatment, the first step before rehab is to undergo detoxification. Detox allows your body to rid itself of any of the substances still in your system. The detox process can be a very rough process for both the mind and the body. It is highly recommended that detox be done at a detox or medical facility where you can be constantly monitored by medical professionals. Detoxing on your won can be very dangerous and even life-threatening. Depending on your APS healthcare plan, you may be eligible to have your detox treatment paid for in full.
Not sure if your policy will cover detox? Contact us today and we will take a look at your insurance policy to determine how much, if any, you will have to pay out-of-pocket for your treatment.
Does APS Healthcare Cover Rehab?
For the majority of addicts, the next step after detox is to enter a rehab treatment program. These programs give patients the knowledge and tools to live a drug and alcohol-free life. There are two types of programs: inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment.
Inpatient treatment takes place at a designated rehab facility where you will live for the duration of your treatment. During inpatient treatment, you will participate in both group and individual therapy sessions as well as monitored by trained medical professionals. Outpatient treatment incorporates everything that inpatient does, but it allows you to continue your everyday life and live at home.
Not sure if you can afford rehab? At Crest View Recovery Center we want your focus to be on getting better, and not about finances. This is why we strive to help answer any questions and address all concerns our clients may have. We understand the stress, discomfort, fear, and challenges our clients may be experiencing. So, we work to make the enrollment and treatment processes easier for each one who comes to us for help!
How Long Will APS Healthcare Cover Treatment For?
The amount of time someone undergoing treatment will spend in either inpatient or outpatient treatment depends on the severity of the addiction. The treatment facility will typically talk to the patient and determine how long the patient should spend undergoing treatment. Whether a patient goes to a private or public center will also have an effect on the length of their stay. A private facility will usually be able to offer patients the option to stay longer than a public rehab center.
At Crest View Recovery Center, your number one priority should be getting the help you need and not worrying how long you can stay with your insurance. So, if you have any questions regarding treatment for addiction, please feel free to get in touch with us today. Our compassionate team will help to make you as comfortable as possible.
Inpatient Addiction Treatment vs. Outpatient
When it comes to deciding between inpatient and outpatient treatment, there are several factors to consider. First of all, some people might not want to disrupt their everyday life. For people like that, outpatient treatment might be a better option. Outpatient treatment might also be better for someone that might only suffer from a minor addiction. Some people might feel that continuing to live their everyday lives and living at home might cause too much of a temptation to start using again. For those people, an inpatient treatment center where you live for the duration of your treatment might be the best course of action.
What is the Difference Between In-Network and Out-of-Network Providers?
APS Healthcare and other insurance providers offer different coverage levels for in-network and out-of-network treatment providers. An in-network facility is a facility that directly partners with your insurance company. Typically, if you go to an in-network facility your costs may be fully covered by insurance or you might only be required to pay a very small fee. An out-of-network facility is a facility that doesn’t have any sort of partnership or agreement with your insurance company. While typically going to an out-of-network facility can result in a higher out-of-pocket expense, that is not always the case. It is important to speak with your insurance representative to find out what costs you may be responsible for should you use an out-of-network facility.
Does APS Healthcare Cover Mental Health Treatment?
Mental health is just as important as substance abuse. In many cases, mental health issues can directly lead to substance abuse problems. That is why APS Healthcare provides the same coverage for mental health treatment as it does for substance abuse treatment.
At Crest View Recovery Center, your mental health is just as important as your physical well-being. That is why we are proud to offer mental health treatment at our facility as well. If you are suffering from mental health issues along with addiction, contact us immediately. We will work with both you and your APS Healthcare plan to make sure that you get the help you need at an affordable price. Your overall health (mentally, emotionally, and physically) is our number one priority. So, please know that we are here to help you in any way possible!
Why Is It Important to Use Your APS Healthcare Drug Rehab Coverage at a High-Quality Facility?
While most facilities accept some form of insurance, keep in mind that not all facilities are created equally. Some treatment centers claim to be unique. In reality, many of them offer a universal, “one-size-fits-all” approach. Settling for the wrong treatment facility can actually cause more harm than good, leaving you prone to relapse shortly after treatment.
At CVRC, we realize that no two individuals are the same. Each person who is struggling with substance abuse is different. Every individual has his or her own story. So, during the intake process, our admission staff takes the time to get to know every single client. We gather extensive background information, including addiction, family, and overall physical and mental health history to formulate the right plan for you or your loved one.
Our substance abuse programs put individuals in real-world experiences so that they can learn how to cope with life on life’s terms. When combined with evidence-based therapeutic modalities, it gives clients the best chance at achieving lasting sobriety.
Are You in Need Treatment Using Your APS Healthcare Policy?
Don’t let the financial burden stop you from seeking change. Call Crest View Recovery Center today at (866) 327-2505 to verify your APS Healthcare drug rehab coverage.