Rehabs in Mississippi That Accept Aetna Insurance
Does Aetna Cover Rehab in Mississippi?
Yes, Aetna insurance may be able to cover all or at least part of the cost of drug and alcohol rehab in Mississippi. This depends on your specific plan and the level of care you need. Aetna health insurance may cover detoxification, inpatient or residential rehab, partial hospitalization programs, and intensive outpatient treatment.
Sadly, there were 638 reported drug overdose deaths from May 2020 to May 2021 in Mississippi.1 If you or someone you care about struggles with substance use, a treatment center can help you understand and deal with your addiction issues. American Addiction Centers’ (AACs’) Oxford Treatment Center in Etta, Mississippi is in-network with Aetna insurance. Check your level of coverage with Aetna for rehab in Mississippi.
Rehabs in Mississippi that Accept Aetna
What Substance Abuse Treatment Does Aetna Insurance Cover?
Aetna insurance may be able to cover substance use disorder (SUD) treatment in the state of Mississippi. Depending on your plan, insurance may cover at least part of the cost of:
- Medical Detox – Also known as medically managed withdrawal, a professional detox program helps an individual rid their body of substances while preventing the potentially dangerous effects of withdrawal.
- Residential or Inpatient Treatment – Inpatient or residential treatment centers provide a comprehensive approach to breaking the cycle of dependency. An individual leaves their home environment behind and moves into the treatment facility full time so that they can focus solely on their recovery.
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) – A form of outpatient treatment, PHPs offer a high level of care but patients are able to live at their own homes or in sober living environments. These programs offer medical and psychiatric services, and treatment can be for 4-6 hours a day.
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – If you have work or family commitments and do not require medical supervision, an IOP may be helpful as you go through the addiction treatment process. The level of care is higher than in a standard outpatient program and involves group or individual therapy for a certain number of hours per week.
Does Aetna Mississippi Cover Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment?
Aetna may cover co-occurring disorder treatment, which entails treatment for depression, anxiety, or other mental health condition, as well as addiction treatment, under mental or behavioral health services. Depending on your level of coverage, mental health treatments may at least be partially covered.
If you have a substance use disorder (SUD) and one or more mental health disorders, it is important to find co-occurring disorder treatment. Oxford Treatment Center provides co-occurring disorder treatment to treat all of your diagnoses simultaneously. Check your level of coverage with Aetna for mental health and addiction treatment.
Not Sure if You Need Rehab?
Take our free, 5-minute substance use self-assessment below if you think you or someone you love might be struggling with substance misuse. The evaluation consists of 11 yes or no questions that are intended to be used as an informational tool to assess the severity and probability of a substance use disorder (SUD). The test is free, confidential, and no personal information is needed to receive the result.
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About Aetna Health Insurance
Aetna, founded in 1853, is now a nationwide provider of healthcare benefits for individuals, families, students, and employees alike.2 Aetna is now a subsidiary of CVS Health Corporation, and provides plans ranging from Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace plans, to Medicare and Medicaid coverage as well. These plans range from PPOs, HMOs, POS, and more, depending on your plan details and needs.3,4,5
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Drug Overdose Data. (subject to ongoing updates).
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