Utilize Your Aetna Insurance at an Alcohol Rehab in Malibu

The financial obligations associated with rehab are often one of the primary reasons many choose to forgo essential addiction treatment. The Affordable Care Act required companies to include addiction and mental health services as part of their insurance benefits plans.  This helped ensure those in need of vital, sometimes life-saving addiction treatment have the means to access and pay for those services without having to come up with the money out of pocket. 

Signs You Need to Go to Alcohol Rehab

If left untreated, alcohol abuse can quickly devolve into an alcohol use disorder (alcoholism). Although there is not a “list” of exact signs pointing to the need for alcohol rehab, there are many signs and symptoms that could indicate a negative relationship with alcohol that could benefit from comprehensive alcohol rehab at Rise in Malibu. 

 

Common signs and symptoms that you need to go to alcohol rehab can include drinking alone, withdrawal symptoms when not drinking, choosing to drink over other obligations or responsibilities, making excuses for drinking, mood swings, irritability, blackouts, and changes to physical behavior or appearance. 

 

Or course, this is not an exhaustive list but a place to start when considering how rehab could help you overcome an alcohol addiction. 

 

Can I Use Aetna Insurance at Alcohol Rehab?

Many insurance companies set a predetermined limit (sometimes yearly and sometimes lifelong) on substance abuse and mental health treatments. This does not look at the individual as a whole or consider their lifetime addiction treatment needs. Addiction is a chronic, often relapsing disease that sometimes brings people back for addiction treatment multiple times. Insurance policies that set an annual or lifetime limit on addiction treatment sometimes limit one’s ability to seek subsequent treatment should they be one of the nearly 60% of people who relapse after completing treatment the first time. Aetna is different. 

 

Aetna insurance providers work with your unique addiction treatment needs and goals to find the best treatment solution that works for you. With most Aetna policies, you may be covered for essential substance abuse and addiction treatment services, including detoxification, inpatient rehabilitation services, partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, and continuing care (also referred to as aftercare) treatment services.

 

Your Aetna policy will cover various lengths of treatment to ensure you receive comprehensive addiction treatment services as you seek sobriety. Again, your chosen treatment program, and therefore the length of stay required, will depend on your unique treatment needs. Most Aetna policies will pay for the cost of (either in whole or partially depending on deductibles and copays) for residential programs (lasting 30-90 days) and outpatient programs (starting at 90 days). 

 

What Happens When I Go to Alcohol Rehab?

Defeating alcoholism should be done with the support and guidance of medical professionals in a treatment facility with a team trained to treat alcohol abuse and addiction disorders. For some, attempting to self-treat or “cold-turkey” withdrawing from alcohol may cause more harm. At our luxury Malibu rehab, our team of treatment professionals will help guide you and provide support through the entire treatment process beginning with detox. After rehab ends, your treatment team will provide support and guidance as you transition into an aftercare program and continue working towards long-term sobriety and recovery. 

 

Aetna insurance plans make seeking alcohol addiction financially possible. At Rise in Malibu, our admissions team will work with you to help you understand what your Aetna policy will cover and what, if any, out-of-pocket expenses you may have as you begin treatment. If you are ready to start your sobriety journey at a Malibu alcohol rehab, contact us at Rise today to learn more about how to get sober at an Aetna insurance alcohol rehab. 

 

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