Partnering with ComPsych to Make Care More Accessible
Recovery Unplugged is in-network with behavioral health EAP insurance leader ComPsych. We’re looking forward to helping organizations guide employees who are affected by substance use toward the care they need.
Helping Companies Address Addiction in the Workplace
ComPsych is the world’s largest provider of Employer Assistance Programs (EAPs). This means they help organizations create a culture of health through insurance coverage to maximize wellness and productivity. One of the key components of this plan is the focus on behavioral health and substance abuse treatment.
While each person’s scope of coverage will be different, based on the type of plan they have and other factors, some of the substance abuse treatment services your ComPsych policy may cover include detoxification, behavioral rehab, and medication-assisted treatment (MAT). ComPsych behavioral health plans also provide:
- Full Integration with EAP and Work-Life Services
- 24-Hour Pre-Certification
- Industry-Leading Claims Administration
- Worldwide Network for Easy Access
- Utilization Management at All Levels of Care
- Comprehensive Reporting of Program Outcomes
These services are vital to both employees looking to reclaim their careers in recovery and the organizations they serve.
Find Out What Your ComPsych Policy Covers
Recovery Unplugged is in-network with ComPsych at all of our locations, including Fort Lauderdale, Lake Worth, Austin, Northern Virginia, and Brentwood, TN. We work with ComPsych-covered providers through our own EAP services but if you’re an employee who is covered by ComPsych, call us now so we can conduct a full insurance verification and find out what your employer-provided policy covers.
You don’t have to let addiction or substance use destroy your career or your life. Contact Recovery Unplugged now to learn more about our EAP services and what we can do for you. Our representatives are standing by 24-7 to take your call, and our outreach professionals are eager to connect with your organization to address, prevent, and treat addiction within your ranks.