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Vertava Health Ohio strives to make quality addiction treatment available to everyone regardless of income. That’s one reason we are in-network with most major insurance providers, including VA insurance addiction treatment coverage. For a complete list of the insurances we accept at Vertava Health Ohio, contact us today at 844.954.1771.

The Need for VA Insurance Addiction Treatment Coverage

VA insurance rehab coverageIt’s estimated that approximately 11% of all veterans who seek care at VA hospitals and clinics meet the criteria for a substance use disorder. Many veterans don’t seek care at all, but it’s reasonable to assume the actual number of men and women needing treatment for addiction and co-occurring illnesses is much higher.

If you’re a veteran struggling with addiction and other mental health concerns, Vertava Health Ohio is here to help. We provide science-backed, holistic treatment services without judgment to all those in need of recovery.

Veterans earn and are entitled to a number of benefits, including VA health insurance. Health benefits for veterans include basic care, such as coverage for appointments with a primary care physician or a visit to the emergency room.

They also include coverage for substance abuse disorders, mental health care, sexual assault and trauma care, and services that are specialized for post-traumatic stress disorder.

Our knowledgeable team at Vertava Health Ohio can verify your benefits before you receive any treatment. We want every patient, especially those who have served our country, to be prepared for any out-of-pocket costs that may not be included in VA insurance rehab coverage.

Paying for Rehab: VA Insurance Can Help

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides many benefits to military veterans and their children and spouses. If you are a veteran, you may be eligible to use VA benefits to pay for addiction therapy.

Family members of active, retired, or deceased service members may be able to access VA insurance rehab coverage through the TRICARE or CHAMPVA programs.

Exactly what your coverage will be depends on your insurance policy and other eligibility factors. However, the VA does provide at least partial coverage for drug and alcohol treatment for veterans and their spouses. Some of the services your VA insurance coverage may include are:

  • Medical detox
  • Inpatient rehab programs
  • Outpatient rehab programs
  • Intensive outpatient rehab programs
  • Partial hospitalization programs
  • Aftercare

Let our team verify your benefits to clarify which services will be covered. Your state of residence, the exact services you need, and other factors influence coverage levels. However, because we are in-network with VA insurance, you will receive the highest level of pay available through your policy.

How to Get Your VA Insurance Addiction Treatment Coverage

When paying for rehab, VA insurance coverage isn’t automatic because you are a member of the military. You must first apply for your VA healthcare benefits. Fortunately, this process is quick and simple.

You can use your benefits at facilities other than a VA clinic. However, you will receive the best coverage from centers that are in-network with the VA, such as Vertava Health Ohio.

Many veterans also have additional health insurance plans such as Medicare, Medicaid, or TRICARE. You may be able to combine benefits to help pay for your addiction treatment, but that isn’t always possible. Our team can help you better understand all of your coverage options.

Learn More About VA Insurance Rehab Coverage with Vertava Health Ohio

The men and women who bravely serve our country deserve the best medical and mental health treatment available. The team at Vertava Health Ohio provides compassionate, evidence-based, affordable care to veterans and others struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders.

Call Vertava today at 844.954.1771 for more information about paying for rehab with VA health benefits.