GEHA Insurance Coverage for Drug & Alcohol Rehab
Does the Government Employees Health Association Cover Rehab?
Government Employees Health Association (GEHA) insurance may be able to cover all or at least part of the cost of rehab. This will depend on your plan details and the level of care you need. Even if you have insurance coverage in another state, you may still be covered to attend rehab in another state. Contact us to discuss more at .
How to Verify GEHA Insurance Coverage
There are two ways to verify your coverage for drug or alcohol rehab.
- Call us today at where an admissions advisor can hear your story, walk you through your options, and verify your insurance over the phone.
- Fill in our online insurance verification form below.
About the Government Employees Health Association
The Government Employees Health Association (GEHA) previously known as the Government Employees Hospital Association, offers health plans to federal employees and retirees, military retirees, and their families.1 GEHA provides a variety of plans that vary in premiums, out-of-pocket costs, co-pays, deductibles, and other variables.2 The Government Employees Health Association offers the following plans that all can work with Medicare Parts A & B:2
- Elevate Plus
What Does GEHA Insurance Cover?
Government Employees Health Association insurance may be able to cover substance use disorder treatment and depending on your plan, may cover at least part of the cost of:
Does GEHA Cover Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment?
Co-occurring disorder treatment such as treatment of depression or anxiety as well as addiction treatment may be covered under mental or behavioral health services. Depending on your level of coverage, mental health treatments may at least be partially covered.
Not Sure If You Need Rehab?
Take our free, 5-minute substance abuse self-assessment below if you think you or someone you love might be struggling with substance abuse. 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. The test is free, confidential, and no personal information is needed to receive the result.