Cape Cod Recovery Center is proud to provide an affordable and superior Intensive Long-Term Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program in Massachusetts. We understand that substance abuse insurance coverage can be confusing, but there are many ways we can help you manage the cost of a rehab program in Massachusetts.
Our knowledgeable staff is skilled at working with various insurance providers and our goal is to make the process of entering a drug and alcohol rehab in Massachusetts as simple as possible. If you choose to utilize your substance abuse benefits to help cover the cost of rehab in Massachusetts, a member of our team will be happy to speak with you about it. We will also contact your insurance provider to verify your substance abuse benefits and ensure you get the maximum benefits available to reduce your out-of-pocket cost. If your insurance policy provides out-of-network substance abuse benefits, this may make your program more affordable.
Cape Cod Recovery Center works with several private insurance companies in the United States. We may accept out of network benefits from the following insurance companies:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
- Medical Mutual
- Scott and White
Please note that your eligibility to apply benefits to your treatment cost will vary based on your individual policy. Call 508-681-9062 for a fast and free benefits verification today.
What you need before you call
Verifying your insurance substance abuse benefits only takes a few minutes. To do this, we will need the following information from you:
- Company name of your insurance provider
- Your member ID number
- Your date of birth
- Your insurance company’s telephone number (can be found on the back of your insurance card)
EAP | Employee Assistance Programs
Many companies offer their employees an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), a completely confidential service designed to help employees deal with personal issues such as stress, smoking, drug abuse, financial issues, child care, and other similar issues. EAP plans are typically paid for by the employer and in most cases, the benefits extend to family members covered by your medical insurance.
If your employer offers an EAP plan, this may help supplement the cost of your drug and alcohol treatment program in Massachusetts. Please contact our team today to discuss this payment option further.