Representatives of the National Addiction Institute are happy to verify your medical insurance benefits to determine the type and amount of substance abuse benefits you have purchased and how these benefits may help you or your loved one in gaining access to drug or alcohol detox and rehab services. Any information that you share with us will remain confidential.

If you have purchased medical insurance benefits as an individual or through a group, such as an employer, it is likely that you have some type of coverage for drug addiction and alcoholism treatment. Additionally, if you purchased a PPO or POS policy, you have selected a plan that allows you to determine where you receive treatment.

Because of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) of 2008, and are in a group health plan, or a plan you purchased through the market place, you probably have substance abuse benefits. In addition, the Affordable Care Act of 2010 requires you to have insurance, and removed the pre-existing limitations that health care plans previously applied to many plans. These federal requirements have greatly increased the public’s ability to receive residential drug and alcohol rehab services.

To find out more about your coverage and treatment options, you may call us at 844-889-8140, or fill out the following form and you will receive a prompt, detailed response to your questions. We will provide you with information about your plan benefits, including the types of treatment your plan covers, your deductible, all co-pays, and the amount you may owe if you receive treatment for drug and alcohol abuse and any associated dual-diagnosis disorders. If you have a pharmacy plan, it is probably that the medications that are necessary for your care will also be covered.