Will Medicaid or Medicare Pay For Drug Rehab?
The short answer is yes. We don’t really like to use the term “drug rehab” though. We believe that our patients do not need to be rehabbed. What they need is treatment for the disease of addiction. Brightview is a substance abuse treatment center that accepts Medicaid. Health coverage should never be a roadblock when it comes to finding the right treatment services.
Learn more about the Brightview treatment program.
If you are looking for suboxone doctors in Ohio that take Medicaid or drug treatment centers that take Medicaid, we encourage you to contact Brightview today. Our outpatient program specializes in addiction treatment and it does not matter what kind of insurance coverage you have.
Our intensive outpatient approach uses medication-assisted treatment with drugs like suboxone, buprenorphine, and Vivitrol to ease withdrawal symptoms. We do not offer methadone at our treatment centers. Working closely with our treatment specialists, patients are able to maintain as much of their normal daily activities as possible. This includes things like going to work or other regular responsibilities that are not possible with inpatient treatment facilities. When combined with both individual and group counseling, this treatment approach has proven to be very successful.
Don't let insurance coverage get in the way of addiction treatment.
Drug addiction and alcohol addiction are diseases. If you or a loved one is suffering from one of these diseases, you should be able to seek addiction treatment without fear that your insurance program will not be accepted. Brightview is happy to offer our addiction treatment services to those who use Medicaid and Medicare, along with a variety of other health insurance plans.
Our treatment providers don’t care what kind of insurance you have. We just want to see you get well and get back to enjoying the life that you deserve.
If you or a loved one need help, please CALL US NOW – 1-833-510-HELP. We have caring team members who answer the phone 24 hours a day. Give us a call and we can discuss the substance abuse services that we offer, along with how you can use Medicaid and Medicare or other health plans to get the substance abuse treatment that you deserve.
Letter to Our Patients
Read a letter from Dr. Ryan, our President and Chief Medical Officer, introducing you to BrightView and sharing how we approach addiction treatment differently.
Get ready for your first day. Find admission forms and a brief orientation to the program here.
BrightView by the Numbers
If someone wants help for SUD, we will treat them at BrightView. We don’t turn anyone away and we take more insurances than any other SUD provider in the state, including Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance plans.
Patients report a 1/3 decrease in emergency room visits after just 3 months and a 50% decrease after one year.
Within six months, unemployment among BrightView patients decreases by over 50%.