Use Your Optum Health Plan to Pay for Treatment
Recovery Unplugged is glad to be in-network with Optum Health to help the organization’s members access lifesaving addiction care at an affordable and accessible rate. If you or your loved one are insured by Optum, you can use your policy to pay for care.
addiction Treatment Coverage through Optum
Optum offers a variety of plans that provide varying levels of coverage for substance use disorder. The organization strives to provide covered members who are struggling with addiction access to evidence-based lifesaving care. While each person’s Optum coverage will vary according to their individual plan type, the level of care they receive, and other factors, plans may cover:
- Inpatient Medical Detoxification
- Residential and Outpatient Behavioral Rehab
- Medication-Assisted Treatment for Alcohol and Opioids
- Case Management Services
- And More
Optum also provides coverage to treat the mental health challenges that routinely drive substance abuse, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and others. They also cover online cognitive behavioral therapy for individuals who prefer virtual treatment.
How Do I Find Out What My Optum Plan Covers?
The most direct way to find out what your plan covers is to call our admissions representatives for a full insurance verification. We will go over your plan, assess your resources, and give you a full picture of what your plan covers. It’s important to realize that any level of coverage will offer significant cost savings and is certainly more affordable than the cost of addiction.
In addition to helping individuals covered by Optum Health insurance plans, Recovery Unplugged provides organizations whose employees are covered by Optum with education on workplace substance abuse and its impact while offering prenegotiated rates on treatment for personnel through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Contact us now to start your treatment or learn more about our services. Our representatives are standing by 24-7 to help you.