AspenRidge Recovery - Now Accepting UMR Insurance for Addiction Treatment
Thanks to President Obama's Affordable Care Act, insurance companies are now required to cover addiction recovery. So, if you are wondering if your UMR insurance covers drug and alcohol treatment in Colorado, the answer is yes.
What types of drug and alcohol recovery in Colorado will be covered by my UMR insurance?
No matter what type of addiction you suffer from, your addiction has been deemed a medical condition according The Affordable Care Act. It is therefore covered by your UMR insurance. If you need any of the following types of substance abuse treatment, your UMR insurance will cover the costs outlined in your plan.
- Heroin recovery
- Cocaine treatment
- Prescription drug rehab
- Alcohol detox
- Crystal meth recovery
What are my options for drug and alcohol rehab in Colorado if I have UMR insurance?
Treatment options are always available at AspenRidge Recovery, and we can help you determine what is right for you by looking at your UMR insurance plan. Some plans cover inpatient recovery and detox, while others cover outpatient programs.
Some UMR insurance plans cover substance abuse treatment 100% while other have some out of pocket costs associated with them. It is important to do a little bit of research about your UMR insurance coverage when you meet with your intake specialist at AspenRidge Recovery. Someone will help you make sure your UMR insurance covers what you need.
How can I check my UMR plan to see what types of drug and alcohol treatment in Colorado is covered?
AspenRidge Recovery offers a service that will help you verify your UMR insurance. You can use our online form, or you can call us at (877) 736-9727, and we can help you answer questions you may have about your UMR insurance. You should also check with your UMR insurance representative to see what types of drug and alcohol rehab is covered under your policy.
Worrying about insurance and the cost of recovery should not be a deciding factor in your quest for sobriety. Don't delay, contact someone today and get your UMR insurance questions answered so that you can begin working towards sobriety.