First Choice Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment & Rehab in Colorado
First Choice Provider Overview
First Choice Health is a Seattle-based insurance company that serves over 800,000 people in the Northwestern U.S. Since its founding in 1985, First Choice has provided coverage for many health services, including mental health and substance misuse treatment.
First Choice Plans and Coverage Levels
First Choice Health is the leading PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) plan in the Northwestern U.S. Its network includes all medical specialties, including addiction treatment.
Its plan allows members to choose from a network of over 12,000 healthcare providers and 2,490 facilities spanning several states, including:
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
First Choice also offers Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) to help employees receive affordable mental health and addiction treatment. While coverage is plan-dependent, some EAPs will cover up to 80% of drug and alcohol rehab costs.
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Does First Choice Cover Inpatient Rehab?
Under the Affordable Care Act, all health insurance companies must offer some coverage for mental health and addiction treatment. First Choice Health will provide coverage for inpatient rehab if using a provider or facility within its network. The coverage amount will differ depending on the treatment location and your policy.
You can determine the estimated cost of inpatient rehab by using First Choice’s Cost and Quality overview or by calling the number on the back of your member ID card.
Does First Choice Cover Outpatient Care?
First Choice Health covers outpatient care if you choose from its network of providers. Coverage will depend on your plan and the location, duration and type of treatment.
You can check your eligibility and benefits by calling the number on the back of your member ID card. You can also contact The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake, where a Recovery Advocate will help you determine your benefits.
First Choice Mental Health Services Coverage
First Choice will cover mental health services if you use an in-network facility or provider. Coverage will depend on your insurance plan and the type, duration and location of treatment.
The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake is in-network with First Choice and provides a range of mental health services. Covered services may include:
- Individual therapy
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
- Recreational activities
Addiction Treatment Options for First Choice Members
First Choice covers a range of addiction treatment services for First Choice Members. Coverage is plan-specific and depends on the type, duration and location of treatment.
Covered services may include:
- Medical detox
- Intensive inpatient
- Inpatient care
- Partial-Hospitalization Program
- Intensive Outpatient
- Outpatient care
First Choice Treatment Duration
Recovery looks different for everyone. The average stay at a treatment facility is 30, 60 or 90 days. This treatment length gives patients the space to detox from drugs or alcohol, develop healthy coping skills and prepare for life after rehab.
The duration of treatment that First Choice will cover depends on your plan, the type of treatment received and whether you are receiving in-network care. You can check your addiction treatment coverage by calling the First Choice customer service line or speaking to a Recovery Advocate at The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake today.
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Colorado Rehab Facility Accepting First Choice
The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake accepts First Choice insurance and provides a full continuum of personalized, physician-led care. Talk to a First Choice representative or a Recovery Advocate to determine your benefits and begin recovery today. Or use our insurance benefits checker to instantly verify your coverage.
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First Choice Health. “Behavioral Health.” Accessed May 22, 2023.
First Choice Health. “Cost and Quality.” Accessed May 22, 2023.