Beacon Health Insurance Coverage for Rehab

Having insurance coverage for substance abuse and mental health disorders is crucial to ensuring access to quality treatment and support. Fortunately, Principles Recovery is an in-network provider with Beacon Health, a leading insurance provider.

This partnership allows individuals to receive comprehensive care for their substance use issues, making it easier to navigate the complexities of insurance coverage and access services they need to heal and thrive. By choosing Principles Recovery and Beacon Health, individuals can take an important step toward their journey to recovery and well-being.

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What Treatment Options Are Covered by Beacon Health Insurance?

If you’re struggling with addiction, the good news is that Beacon Health Insurance covers many treatment options to help you recover.

Depending on your specific plan, Beacon Health Insurance may offer coverage for either part or all of the expenses related to treating substance use disorders and various mental health services. At Beacon Health, plans may include coverage for medical detox, partial hospitalization programs (PHP), intensive outpatient treatment (IOP), and aftercare services.

The initial phase in conquering addiction involves detoxification treatment, a crucial process during which individuals safely withdraw from drugs and alcohol under the close supervision of medical professionals. At accredited facilities such as Principles Recovery Center, individuals can undergo detoxification in a supportive and monitored environment conducive to their recovery journey.

Beacon Health can provide comprehensive coverage for individuals with dual diagnosis, addressing both substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health conditions through integrated treatment approaches. This includes individual therapy, medication management, and substance abuse interventions to ensure comprehensive care for lasting recovery and mental wellness.

If your addiction is moderate, Beacon Health may provide coverage for partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). PHPs involve full-day treatment five days a week, while IOPs offer up to 15 hours of weekly treatment while individuals live at home. Both programs provide therapy and counseling for comprehensive support.

To prevent relapse and support sustained recovery efforts, Beacon Health may extend coverage to aftercare services, including outpatient therapy, participation in group therapy, and access to sober living arrangements. Aftercare not only allows individuals to apply the skills acquired during their initial treatment but also provides ongoing assistance in addressing the persistent challenges they may encounter on their path to recovery.

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Many individuals have wondered how patients handle early recovery since it requires them to abruptly stop consuming alcohol or drugs. Don’t they experience withdrawal? Actually, the vast majority of individuals don’t experience withdrawal during treatment because they overcome those symptoms during detoxification.

In short, detoxification often comes as the first phase of a patient’s treatment plan and consists of an initial period during which to concentrate on overcoming the physical aspects of drug addiction. Usually, under the supervision of physicians, nurses, and detox techs, individuals in detox treatment receive the support and care needed to mitigate withdrawal as much as possible, minimizing the discomfort that’s often associated with abruptly ceasing substance abuse.

What Will Beacon Insurance Not Cover?

When it comes to Beacon Health, it’s important to understand that certain services may not be covered by your plan. While coverage can differ based on the specific plan you have and the regulations in your state, there may be some exclusions from coverage under Beacon Health:

  • Couples Counseling: Beacon Health may not cover counseling sessions specifically tailored to couples.
  • Life coaching: Services related to life coaching may not be covered by Beacon Health.
  • Career coaching: Expenses associated with career coaching services are typically not covered.
  • Therapy sessions outside the therapist’s office: Sessions conducted outside the traditional therapy office setting may not be covered under your plan.

If you’re uncertain whether a particular type of therapy or service is covered under your plan, it’s always a good idea to reach out directly to your insurance provider for clarification or reach out to the admissions team at Principles Recovery Center.

How to Pay for Rehab Using Insurance

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When you’re seeking treatment, the big question usually is how to pay for rehab with insurance. Your coverage depends on your insurance plan and the level of care you need. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, essential services like drug abuse treatment and mental health care are more accessible through insurance.

  1. Start by contacting your insurance provider to verify your coverage for substance abuse treatment and rehab services. Ask about the specific services and treatments that are covered under your plan.
  2. Inquire about the network of rehab facilities and treatment centers that are covered by your insurance plan. Choosing an in-network provider can often result in lower out-of-pocket costs.
  3. Certain insurance plans need referral or authorization from a primary care or mental health professional before starting rehab treatment. Make sure to follow any necessary steps to obtain this referral or authorization.
  4. Understand your insurance plan’s cost-sharing arrangements, including deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance. These are the amounts you’ll be responsible for paying out-of-pocket for rehab services.
  5. Rehab facilities will typically submit claims to your insurance company on your behalf for the services provided. Make sure to review any statements or explanations of benefits (EOBs) you receive from your insurance company to ensure accuracy.
  6. If your insurance company denies coverage for rehab services, you have the right to appeal their decision. Work with your healthcare provider and insurance company to provide any additional information or documentation that may support your appeal.

By understanding your insurance coverage and following the necessary steps, you can navigate the process of paying for rehab using insurance more effectively.

How Much Does Rehab Cost with a Beacon Health Insurance Plan?

Man and two women turned to listen to speaking womanThe cost of therapy depends on two main things:Your plan’s benefits, and whether your therapist is in-network.

To know how much you’ll pay for therapy, consider:

  • Deductible: This is the total amount you need to pay for medical costs each year before your insurance coverage starts. If you haven’t met your deductible, your insurance won’t cover therapy, and you’ll pay the full cost.
  • Coinsurance: A percentage of the cost of a covered healthcare service that you’re responsible for paying after you’ve met your deductible. For example, if your coinsurance is 20% and the cost of a therapy session is $100, you would pay $20, and your insurance would cover the remaining $80.
  • Copayment: A copayment is a fixed amount you pay out-of-pocket for a covered service. It can either be for a doctor’s visit or a therapy session, depending on the service you receive. A copay is typically a set dollar amount, and is determined by your insurance plan.

Can You Use HSA for Rehab Expenses?

Yes, you can use Health Savings Accounts (HSA) for rehab expenses. HSAs are tax-advantaged savings accounts that allow individuals to save money for medical expenses. Qualified medical expenses include both physical and mental health treatments, which would cover rehab expenses.

You can only withdraw funds from your HSA to pay for rehab expenses if you have enough funds in your account. If you do not have sufficient funds, you may have to pay out-of-pocket and then reimburse yourself from your HSA at a later time.

It’s important to keep detailed records of all your rehab expenses and payments made with your HSA. This will help when it comes time to file taxes and claim any tax benefits associated with using an HSA for medical expenses.

HSAs can be used for rehab expenses as long as they are recommended by a licensed healthcare provider and meet the requirements set by the IRS. Keep good records of all transactions and consult with a tax professional for any questions or concerns.

Principles Recovery Center works with most major insurance carriers


Insurance coverage for treatment is within reach. We are in-network with most insurance carriers in Florida.

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Ensure peace of mind on your journey to recovery with the Principles Recovery Center, covered by Beacon Health Options insurance coverage. Let us guide you through the process and provide the support you need to start your recovery journey. Contact us to begin your path toward healing and transformation.


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