To ensure that more clients have access to quality care for substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions, The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake accepts a wide range of insurance plans.
These plans include:
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In most cases, yes. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that most insurance plans provide either full or partial coverage for substance use disorder treatment. The amount of coverage depends on your insurance provider, as well as the degree to which a procedure or intervention is deemed medically necessary. For example, while services like detox are at least partially covered by the vast majority of insurance plans, extra amenities are often paid out-of-pocket.
The ACA mandates that all health insurance plans sold on Health Insurance Exchanges or provided by Medicaid must offer either full or partial coverage for substance use disorder treatment. Insurance plans must include coverage for this care because the ACA lists substance use disorders as one of ten elements of essential health benefits. However, it’s important to keep in mind that short-term insurance policies, often referred to as association health plans, may be exempt from ACA requirements.
If you don’t have a health insurance marketplace or private health insurance plan, you may still be able to undergo treatment at The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake. Our center offers self-pay rates for individuals without private health insurance or a health insurance marketplace plan. Prospective clients and their family members can discuss payment plans and financing options with representatives on our 24/7 admissions line.
The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake is committed to providing evidence-based care for substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions to people who need it. If you or a loved one is ready to take the first step toward recovery, our representatives are available to work with you and discuss your payment options. Reach out today to get started.
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