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Does Great West Insurance Cover Detox Services?
"Great West Insurance is accepted at numerous detoxification treatment centers across the country."
According to The Recovery Place, Great West Insurance is accepted at numerous detoxification treatment centers across the country. However, coverage varies depending on your policy. Contacting the insurance company or a third-party resource can provide you more information on what is covered. Detox is typically the first step in a treatment program, followed by rehabilitation once the drug is out of your system.
Does Great West Insurance Cover Rehab?
Great West Insurance covers rehab for drug and alcohol abusers. The insurance provider allows you to choose from multiple facilities in order to find the one that will give you the best treatment. Depending on your addiction history, the length of your rehab program will vary. Although Great West Insurance will cover certain rehabilitation programs, it may not approve the full length of your chosen program. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 70 percent of patients receiving treatment in hospital residential treatment centers completed rehabilitation in 2006.
Addiction Treatment Length Great West Insurance Will Cover
In order to determine the optimal length of the treatment program, you will need to have a discreet and confidential conversation with a counselor at the rehab center of your choice. After considering your unique situation and addiction history, the counselor will offer his recommendation on the duration that he believes will be best for you. Afterward, you will need to get approval from Great West Insurance to cover the stay.
Specialty Alcohol and Drug Treatment Through Great West Insurance
Depending on your coverage, you may be eligible to stay a luxury or executive treatment center. A luxury treatment center offers amenities such as:
- luxury and Private patient rooms
- State-of-the-art care and treatment techniques
- Swimming pools, steam rooms and saunas
- Gourmet food cooked by professional chefs
An executive treatment center sometimes offers some of the same amenities as a luxury center; however, these centers primarily cater to high-level businesspeople. Executive treatment centers allow patients to continue to stay in contact with clients and business partners while undergoing treatment.
Insurance for Inpatient Addiction Treatment vs. Outpatient
Outpatient programs are much cheaper and less personalized than inpatient programs. If you choose outpatient care, you will receive treatment on a part-time basis and still be able to go about your normal life. An outpatient program is recommended for addicts whose addictions are less severe. For others, a residential inpatient program is likely better. Inpatient programs offer around-the-clock care and have doctors on staff to attend to patients. This type of program lets patients spend the majority of each day focusing on treatment. Being away from your familiar environment and not experiencing the pressures of daily life may help you to relax and focus on healing.
How to Cover What Insurance Won't
In some cases, your insurance policy will not cover treatment or will only partially cover the cost of the rehab program. If you have any savings or investments that you can use, they can help pay for treatment. Also, many rehab facilities offer payment plans that can help you finance the program.
Verifying Coverage and Finding the Best Treatment
"If you have any savings or investments that you can use, they can help pay for treatment."
It can be overwhelming to handle all this yourself. Call our 24-7 toll-free hotline to speak to knowledgeable advisors who can help you understand exactly what your insurance will cover and which treatment centers will be able to accommodate your needs. Don't hesitate to give us a call today at 1-888-341-7785.