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Aetna Texas Health Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

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Do Rehabs in Texas Accept Aetna Health Insurance?

Rehabilitation centers in Texas may accept Aetna Health Insurance. Aetna Health Insurance of Texas is an insurance provider that may cover rehab for drug and alcohol addiction, depending on your plan and individual needs. Aetna may be able to cover at least some of the cost of detoxification, inpatient or outpatient rehab, or more long-term residential treatment programs.

American Addictions Centers’ (AAC) Greenhouse Treatment Center, located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, is in-network with Aetna Health Insurance of Texas.

From April 2020 to April 2021, there were 4,593 reported drug overdose deaths in Texas.1 If you or someone you love is struggling with substance use, it is important to get help from a treatment facility or rehab program. Before deciding which addiction treatment program is right for you, check the level of coverage you have with Aetna. You may be fully or partially covered, depending on your policy.

What Substance Abuse Treatment Will Aetna Health Insurance of Texas Cover?

Aetna Health Insurance of Texas may be able to cover a range of drug or alcohol rehab programs. The level of coverage you have depends on your healthcare plan and other variables. Aetna may cover:

  • Detox – While your body gets rid of a substance, a detoxification program that is medically supervised, can ensure the process is safe and effective.
  • Inpatient or Residential Treatment – An inpatient or residential treatment program is one in which the individual receives professional care for their addiction while living full time at a rehab facility. These programs are designed to help those with serious drug or alcohol dependencies.
  • Outpatient Rehab Program – Outpatient programs look closely at an individual’s entire life, and how the addiction can be managed in a holistic way. Therapy and group meetings are an important aspect to outpatient programs, and they are designed to help an individual put his or her life together.
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) –  An IOP is ideal for those who have a supportive home environment but still need intensive treatment. Generally, individuals go to a treatment facility 3 to 4 times a week. IOPs offer a higher level of care than the standard outpatient program.

Does Aetna Health Insurance of Texas Cover Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorder Treatment?

Aetna Health Insurance of Texas may cover co-occurring disorder treatment under mental or behavioral health services. Co-occurring disorders mean that an individual has a mental illness, such as depression or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and a substance use disorder (SUD).

Greenhouse Treatment Center in Texas offers co-occurring disorder treatment. Find out your level of coverage with Aetna to determine exactly what will and will not be covered.



  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Drug Overdose Data. (subject to ongoing updates).
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