The Raleigh House offers a comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment program that addresses all aspects of our clients’ physical and emotional needs – including co-occurring mental health disorders like depression or anxiety. We are able to work with many major insurance providers, including Aetna. If you currently have an Aetna health insurance plan, here is some more information about how to determine your coverage for addiction rehab.
A large barrier which prevents individuals from attending addiction treatment isn’t the person’s desire to recover, but the costs associated with attending rehab. Based on your specific Aetna insurance policy, anywhere from a portion to the entire cost of treatment could be covered. Here’s what you need to do to find out:
Although The Raleigh House accepts Aetna as an insurance provider, you will still need to call and confirm your Aetna drug rehab coverage. Every policy is different which means there is still a chance your coverage may be denied. You can start by reviewing your specific benefits guide. Then, reach out to your Aetna insurance representative if you have any questions or need more information. You can reach your Aetna representative by calling 1-800-872-3862.
What happens if your coverage is denied? You will still have the opportunity to appeal. This is usually done by writing an appeals letter. Make sure you follow up with Aetna and complete the appeals procedure correctly.
Aetna is health insurance for about 27.9 million people. Their network includes about 1.2 million health care professionals, more than 690,000 primary care doctors and specialists, and over 5,700 hospitals. With almost 50,000 employees, Aetna is one of the largest healthcare providers in the country.
Start your journey to recovery today. Pick up the phone and call our friendly admissions team for help taking the first steps to a healthier life. They can help you verify your benefits and answer all of your questions about life at The Raleigh House. Call us today at 720.891.4657.
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