Health Insurance Coverage Verification in 3 Easy Steps
Have your health insurance ID Card ready. Our admissions specialists will use this information to verify your coverage benefits.
Call us at (855) 448-3588 for a free confidential consultation. A specialist will ask you a few questions and explain to you how we can help.
Your assigned admissions specialist will run your health insurance information and discuss your options.
LONG-TERM SUBSTANCE ABUSE CAN HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH.
Our admissions team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have.
Call us at (855) 448-4858 to begin the process toward long-term sobriety.
Insurance Accepted at GateHouse
Most major healthcare networks now recognize drug addiction and alcoholism for what they are: diseases. This means that an increasing number of health insurance plans now cover at least part of the substance abuse and mental health treatment programs provided by GateHouse Treatment.
We accept most major insurance plans including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Beacon Health Options (Value Options)
- Beacon Health Strategies (Value Options)
- First Health
- Golden Rule
- Harvard Pilgrim
- Lower Hudson Valley EAP
- Magellan BH
- Maine Community Health Options
- Mass Laborers
- NH Medicaid
- Medical Mutual
- Meritain Health
- NH Healthy Families
- Oxford Health Plans
- United Healthcare
- VA Benefits
- Well Sense
Even if your provider isn’t listed, we may be able to work with your insurance company.
GateHouse’s nationally recognized drug and alcohol rehab programs are designed to be employer-friendly. If your life is spinning out of control due to drug abuse, we can help you get your life back.
Give us a call, and we will verify your benefits coverage for free. An admissions specialist will review your insurance plans and determine what your out-of-pocket costs might be. If, by chance, GateHouse Treatment does not accept your health insurance plan, or if you do not have health insurance, our admissions specialists will continue working with you until we place you in a drug and alcohol rehab that meets your substance abuse treatment needs.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a law that covers addiction treatment through private insurance. If you’re seeking drug and alcohol rehab, the Affordable Care Act may be a way to help pay for it.
Factors to Determine Coverage
Many factors can determine how much of your cost is covered through your health insurance. Some of these factors include, but are not limited to:
- Employer Contribution
- Yearly out-of-pocket costs
- Length of treatment
- Type of treatment