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Oxford Health Drug Rehab Coverage

Every year, millions of Americans suffer from alcohol and drug addiction. Unfortunately, only 10% of them receive the treatment they need to overcome their addiction. Although many factors may impact a person’s choice to reject treatment, the financial price of treatment is often a pressing reason.

Rehab treatment for addiction is often too expensive out of pocket for individuals to afford the treatment they need. The good news is that healthcare insurance provides coverage for addiction treatment and mental health treatment. With the help of your insurance provider, you can afford the treatment you need to overcome your substance use disorder.

Oxford Health plans offers insurance coverage across the East Coast. Many of these providers and plans cover the most important part of substance use treatment, ranging from detox to outpatient care. If you have Oxford insurance, it’s important to familiarize yourself with your plans so you can learn the specifics of your policy benefits.

Hillcrest Recovery is a top luxury Oxford Health rehab in CA. Our facility accepts Oxford insurance, and we will be happy to help you figure out your policy’s benefits to find a treatment that’s right for you.

Does Oxford Health Insurance Pay for Rehab Treatment?

Oxford Health offers a variety of plans for individuals on the East Coast. Many of these plans cover mental health treatment and substance abuse treatment. If you have one such plan, Oxford Health can help pay for your rehab treatment.

Because there are so many plans through Oxford Health, it’s easy to find a plan that is right for your needs. The most common types of Oxford Health insurance plans include the following:

  • HMO Plans
  • Primary Care Plans 
  • Liberty PPO 
  • Sole Proprietor Plans 

All these plans offer some form of rehab treatment coverage. However, the exact coverage depends on your plan.

For example, Primary Care Plans provide rehab treatment coverage, but it’s essential that you select a drug rehab that is within your policy’s defined network. Likewise, it’s best to work with an in network provider if you have a Liberty PPO Plan because it can cut costs dramatically.

For most of these plans, it’s best to select in Oxford Health rehab. The Oxford Health and rehab teams will work together to ensure you get the treatment you need, while you pay as little out of pocket as possible. All in network facilities should be listed outright in your policy plan, and they are already approved for their phenomenal medical care. 

Substance Abuse Treatment Through Oxford Health Insurance

Poorly thought-out interventions can actually be damaging. So, it’s important to know the tips for drug interventions that actually work. Here are the top tips to keep in mind when holding a successful drug intervention:

Hire an Interventionist 

Never attempt an intervention on your own. Not only are you emotionally involved in the situation, but you also lack medical expertise in the area. Even if you are a medical professional, your emotional connection with the addict may cloud your judgment. That is why it is essential to hire an interventionist.

An interventionist is a medical professional who will walk you through the planning process and help you host an effective intervention. An interventionist can be an intervention specialist, social worker, psychiatrist, or medical professional who specializes in drug and alcohol addiction.

Plan Extensively 

The worst interventions are those that are planned haphazardly. Interventions require extensive planning and research before the actual intervention takes place. You have to research medical options, treatment facilities, team members, and more. You also have to practice what you were going to say and anticipate the addict’s objections.

So, make sure to plan the intervention extensively before getting started. It’s best to work with your interventionist during the planning process. The interventionist will ensure you don’t miss anything and provide you with the resources you need to have an effective intervention.

Only Say What You Mean 

One of the worst things you can do when planning an intervention is to say things you don’t really mean. What will happen is the addict will learn that you make a lot of claims and accusations, but you won’t follow through with the consequences. As a result, they will learn that they don’t actually need to get the help you are insisting upon since you will go back to your old ways anyways.

To prevent this from happening, only say what you mean. In other words, only propose consequences if you are willing to follow through with them. For example, do not claim that you will cease all interactions with the addict if they do not receive treatment unless you really mean it. Only by making claims you can back up will you show the addict that you are serious.

Stay Objective 

The intervention is an emotional time. Although you want to show your loved one how much they mean to you, stay objective if they start fighting or making accusations during the intervention. Stick to the plan and stay as objective as possible so the situation does not escalate.

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What Does Oxford Cover?

Plans through Oxford Health often provide extensive coverage for various levels of substance abuse treatment. Depending on your plan and coverage, Oxford Health may provide full or partial coverage for the following treatment opportunities:

  • Medical detox 
  • Residential inpatient treatment 
  • Partial hospitalization 
  • Intensive outpatient treatment 
  • Medication-assisted treatment 

As you can see, Oxford Health provides coverage for all of the most important steps in one’s recovery treatment. Still, it’s important to double-check with your unique plan to discover the specifics about your Oxford Health coverage.

How to Know What Oxford Health Insurance Covers

If you want to select an Oxford Health rehab, it’s essential to learn exactly what your plan covers. Each plan is slightly different, and factors such as your location, age, and selected facility can make a huge difference.

Learning about your Oxford Health addiction coverage is relatively easy. You can always call an Oxford Health agent directly. Agents will be able to help you learn about your policy’s coverage and explain your options and any policy specifics that are relevant to your treatment. 

Another option is to talk to a rehab facility within the Oxford Health network. Hillcrest Recovery is one Oxford Health rehab in California. Because we are a part of the in network, we can help you to receive treatment while maximizing benefits. We can also help you to understand your plan’s policy.

Simply call up our Hillcrest Recovery admissions team. A member of our team will be able to run your health insurance to tell you about your policy’s coverage. This option is also advantageous because it provides you the opportunity to start talking about treatment. 

Because time is of the essence when receiving treatment for your substance abuse, contact Hillcrest Recovery directly to learn about your policy benefits and begin the conversation about treatment today.

We Accept Most Insurance

Insurance companies recognize addiction as a medical condition and something that must be treated. Hillcrest Recovery works with most insurance providers. Contact our admissions staff to receive information on the verification process and treatment options.

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Get Oxford Health Coverage at Hillcrest Recovery

When it comes to your addiction treatment, you always want to select facilities that offer the best treatment opportunities. Hillcrest Recovery is a top-rated luxury rehab facility in the San Fernando Valley. Our treatment facility is designed with long term recovery in mind, all while providing a spa-like environment to relax in.

Science-backed treatments are at the center of our facility. We offer treatment programs for individuals who suffer from alcohol and drug abuse, as well as individuals with a dual diagnosis. Our treatment plan involves various programs, including medical detox, inpatient treatment, family care, and aftercare planning.

Because we understand that everyone’s journey is different, our team at Hillcrest Recovery works closely with every patient to understand their unique story, needs, and background. From this close relationship, we provide customized treatment that is specifically designed with that patient in mind.

All the while, all patients get the opportunity to relax in our luxury facility. Our facility has a spa-like environment that includes comfortable beds, welcoming group rooms, and exciting exercise opportunities. All these amenities will allow you to feel at home and safe.

If you or a loved one is suffering from substance abuse disorder, contact Hillcrest Recovery today. Our admissions team can help you understand your Oxford Health policy and get the process started for getting you the treatment you need today. Give us a call to learn more.

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