Pay for Outpatient Treatment with These Accepted Insurance Providers
If you have decided to enroll in our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) you may be able to supplement the cost of treatment with your medical insurance policy. We understand that the thought of paying for substance abuse treatment can be daunting, but we’re here to help simplify the process.
Your insurance provider may offer out-of-network substance abuse benefits, which will help reduce the cost of your outpatient treatment. Eudaimonia Recovery Homes provides a fast, free, and confidential benefits verification to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of financial assistance possible.
Don’t let cost be the only reason you choose not to continue your recovery treatment. Please call (512) 363-5914 to speak with one of our admissions specialists today.
Accepted Insurance Providers
Eudaimonia Recovery Homes works with a number of private insurance providers in the United States. We may accept insurance benefits from the following companies:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Scott and White
- First Health
- Medical Mutual
Please remember that each individual policy is different and your ability to apply medical benefits to your substance abuse treatment may vary based on the specifics of your policy. If you do not see your insurance provider on the list, feel free to contact our admissions team so we can further investigate your eligibility.
Fast, Easy, and Confidential Verification Process
Our admissions staff has the necessary knowledge and experience to communicate with a variety of insurance providers. We are happy to contact your insurance company to verify your benefits for you. This process is completely confidential and only takes a few minutes.
To complete the insurance verification, we will need a few pieces of information from you first. Please have the following details on-hand when you call:
- 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)