Drug and alcohol abuse is something that anyone can struggle with. And, despite how prevalent the problem is, many who struggle with substance abuse never get the help they require. There are many things that can get in the way of treatment, one of the most common being the cost of treatment. Luckily, many treatment programs, including our California rehab, takes insurance programs to reduce the cost for the client and make treatment as accessible as possible.
By: Renaissance Recovery
Clinically Reviewed by: Diana Vo, LMFT
At Renaissance Recovery, we offer enhanced treatment options that look to solve both overarching and underlying problems that may be contributing to you or your loved one’s addiction. This can include mental health problems, past trauma, personal or professional problems, and more.
Cigna, along with Beacon, and more are just some of the healthcare providers we work with to make treatment affordable and accessible.
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Cigna Insurance Coverage for Addiction Treatment
If you are worried about your ability to pay for rehab, it is worth noting that insurance companies and health care providers are now required to cover addiction treatment services due to changes in healthcare coverage in the past few years. For potential clients or loved ones, this is great news if you are seeking treatment.
Not only will your healthcare provider eat a lot of the cost for the service but you will finally be able to get help you need. Statistics show that only about 10% of people with substance abuse problems seek out treatment. With the new statutes in place, you or your loved one can take the get the help you need today.
Rehabs That Accept Cigna
For some, finding the right treatment center can be hard, but with the help of our team, we can help you find exactly what you’re looking for. Not only is our drug rehab covered by Cigna, we have partnerships for every step of the process, whether you are looking for an outpatient rehab which we can provide or a Cigna inpatient rehab which we can set you up with through one of our partnerships.
Detox is the first step in the addiction treatment process and is vital to help clients overcome the initial stages of withdrawal and get them started out properly on their newly sober path.
Because detox is such an important part of sobriety and substance abuse
Detox is one of the most important steps in the addiction treatment process, and one of the earliest ones you will take. Detoxification will set the precedent for your recovery and allow you to gain initial sobriety and overcome the very early stages of withdrawal that can plague you and often cause people to relapse early into treatment. Luckily, many insurers and healthcare providers cover this portion of the treatment process.
Cigna Alcohol Rehab Centers
Whether you are looking for alcohol rehab, an inpatient program, or even just an outpatient treatment program for an hour a day, our team at Renaissance Recovery can help you find what you’re looking for.
Luckily, for you, Cigna policies will take a good portion of the cost of treatment and allow you or your loved one to get the help they need to overcome their addiction problems.
Whether you are dealing with alcoholism or some form of drug addiction, rehab can help you but it will also take deep commitment on your end.
But that process may be easier when you get a better understanding of the treatments you will be exposed to. Give our team a call now to discover the various treatment programs we offer at Renaissance Recovery.
Cigna Rehab Coverage at Renaissance Recovery
If you are looking for a rehab in California, our team at Renaissance Recovery has the tools and knowledge in place to ensure that all those who come to seek out help get what they need — whether that be mental health related, dual diagnosis, or just flat-out substance abuse problems.
Give our addiction hotline a call now to learn more about coverage details and how we can provide you with the best treatment in California.
Rehabilitation can put an end to addiction
Call and ask the facility directly or call your own provider to determine if your insurance covers the treatment.