UC Health Administrators
While the benefits of recovery are priceless, it’s important to make arrangements to take care of the financial cost of care before beginning treatment at The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake. If you have a UC Health Administrators Insurance plan, paying for treatment starts with understanding which services your plan covers.
UC Health Administrators Insurance is a Colorado-based, third-party insurance administrator. As part of the UC Health family of health care facilities and providers, the UC Health Administrators Insurance network is the Rocky Mountain region’s only academic-based health care system. Plans may include coverage across the state of Colorado and into parts of eastern Wyoming and western Nebraska.
The UC Health Administrators Insurance network represents:
- 925 primary care physicians
- 4,062 specialists
- 12 UCHealth hospitals
- 11 contracted hospital affiliations
- 2,200 behavioral health providers in 170 locations
Does UC Health Cover Drug and Alcohol Detox?
As a self-insured health group plan, each health plan created with UC Health is different and meets customized criteria established in your provider manual. Consult with your provider, or call The Recovery Village Palmer Lake to check your benefits to learn if your particular plan covers drug or alcohol detox.
Benefits Offered from UC Health for Addiction Treatment
Because plans from UC Health Administrators Insurance are self-funded, the benefits from each plan can vary widely. Your organization designs employee health plans and determines the benefits included in these plans.
An outline of the benefits your insurance plan covers can be found in your provider manual, by contacting UC Health Administrators Insurance or by reaching out to your employer’s HR department.
Will UC Health Cover My Entire Stay for Addiction Treatment?
It depends. While some plans may provide little coverage for addiction and mental health treatment, others offer full or comprehensive coverage. Keep in mind that authorization of admission and coverage from UC Health is required for the continuum of addiction care to be covered. Contact your provider to learn more about what’s covered by your particular plan.
Find Out More About What My UC Health Insurance Plan Covers
Because the benefits and services covered under each UC Health Insurance plan can vary widely, it’s best to consult with your employer or UC Health Insurance directly to find out what your plan covers.
However, because we know this process can be difficult to navigate alone, representatives at The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake are also available to help coordinate with your insurance provider. Reach out today to get started.