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Buena Vista Health and Recovery Centers offer drug and alcohol recovery insurance verification to estimate what your insurance will pay. Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions section below if you have additional questions or concerns.

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Here are a few tips for completing the insurance verification form on this page:

  • Step 1. Fill in as much information as possible. Don’t worry about any parts you aren’t sure about; fill in what you can.
  • Step 2. After you submit your information, we work directly with the insurance carrier to verify your benefits. Verification generally takes 15 to 60 minutes
  • Step 3. Once we have all the information, we’ll contact you to discuss your coverage and options and help you with the next steps.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does my insurance cover substance abuse treatment?

Most insurance companies cover some part of addiction rehabilitation, but the amount and qualifying services vary. Once you fill out the insurance verification form, our admission specialists can offer you a detailed quote.

Do you accept my health insurance?

We work with a large number of insurance companies, including:

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Coventry
  • HealthNet
  • Humana
  • United HealthCare
  • And many others

You can review our Insurance page for more specific information.

Are my treatment and coverage confidential?

The law protects your privacy regarding drug and alcohol treatment. The provisions of Title 42, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) give strict guidelines concerning what can be revealed about your condition to any outside party without your written permission. Your employer can’t fire you from your job, and your insurance provider can’t drop coverage or penalize you for seeking treatment.

What is a deductible?

Your deductible is the amount your insurance company requires as an upfront payment for medical services each year. This sum is part of your agreement with them. It’s paid from your own funds before the insurance company begins paying additional costs.

What is a copay?

A copay is a set amount that specific services will cost you each time you use them. For instance, a visit to your doctor for a routine check-up might cost you $20.

What is coinsurance?

Coinsurance is a set percentage you agree to pay for services each time you receive them. For instance, your insurance company might require you to pay 50% of the final bill for a visit to your doctor.

What is an out-of-pocket maximum?

There’s a top limit to what your insurance requires you to pay out of your own funds each year. Once that maximum out-of-pocket value is reached, your insurance company pays for covered treatments in full.

Who do I call if I have additional insurance questions?

If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact our admissions department at 800-922-0095.

You can also contact your insurance company. A phone number is usually on the back of your insurance card. Many carriers have a number just for questions about mental health and addiction treatment.

How much does rehab cost?

The cost of treatment is highly individualized. Our goal is to help you understand your options and how to overcome financial barriers to getting the treatment you need to create a better life. Just fill out our Insurance Verification Form or basic Contact Form. We’ll work through the process together.