Recovery Unplugged is proud to offer our clients the choice and diversity of options they need to successfully enter treatment. Our admissions specialists are committed to helping you find affordable treatment options so you can quickly begin the healing process. Call us today at (855) 384-5794 so we can help you start living the rest of your life.
The first question many ask themselves when deciding to seek treatment for addiction is: “Does insurance cover rehab?” Recovery Unplugged works with most insurance providers to suit your treatment needs. Almost all major insurance plans include some sort of coverage for addiction treatment, making our program a highly affordable option.
Terms for coverage vary widely from rehab to rehab, so please contact Recovery Unplugged at (855) 384-5794 and we will verify your insurance benefits.
We understand how important it is to have insurance that covers your medical needs for drug and alcohol rehabilitation and will help you to maximize your benefits. Some of the larger insurance providers we work with include:
There are more ways than ever to pay for addiction through insurance. Recovery Unplugged is dedicated to partnering with your insurance provider to give you the coverage and access to treatment that your or your loved one need and deserve. When you make the brave and courageous choice to enter treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, you shouldn’t have to worry about being turned away from treatment because of insurance obstacles. We are ready to help you figure out how to offset the cost of your treatment by helping your explore convenient and affordable routes of insurance coverage.
Recovery Unplugged clients maintain long-term recovery (one year or longer) at a rate of four times the national average.
Our clients experience early AMA (against medical advice) discharges at a rate five times lower than the treatment industry average.
Nearly all Recovery Unplugged clients report a positive, rewarding and fulfilling treatment experience and say they’d recommend our programs to others who need help.