Finding appropriate addiction treatment services is a challenge in getting the help needed to overcome substance abuse issues. The next biggest obstacle is determining how to pay for the treatment necessary to recover. In many instances, people are hesitant to go to treatment because of the costs. In other instances, people are even scared to reach out to determine what those costs could be. This presents a serious problem as addiction can lead to detrimental outcomes if individuals do not get the help they need.
In many cases, your insurance provider can cover the costs associated with treatment. If you are a policyholder for ComPsych, your treatment could be completely covered at Westwind Recovery® Center as we are an in-network behavioral health facility. If you’re not fully covered by ComPsych, your costs could still be greatly reduced by choosing Westwind Recovery®. Learn more about what you can expect as a ComPsych policyholder.
ComPsych and Behavioral Health Coverage
ComPscych offers various levels of coverage for many forms of behavioral health treatment. The cost of drug and alcohol addiction treatment can vary widely based on your state, the facility’s location (in- or out network), length of stay as well a person’s insurance plan level. That’s why it’s important to know what your policy covers and doesn’t cover before making any decisions about treatment.
Westwind Recovery® is In-Network with ComPsych
If you have ComPsych behavioral health insurance, your addiction treatment may be covered in full or in part. Our admissions team will work with you to determine your level of coverage and benefits. You can also reach out to ComPsych directly to determine your coverage amount.
Will ComPsych Cover Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Treatment?
ComPsych is one of the largest behavioral health providers in the world, and they offer a wide range of coverage options for those struggling with addiction and mental illness. In most cases, ComPsych will cover at least some of the costs associated with treatment for addiction and mental illness. However, it is important to check with your specific policy to see what is covered.