Our Ashwood Location
Our new outpatient facility is located in Boise, and will serve The Boise Metropolitan Area. It will provide a safe & therapeutic environment for both our staff and patients.
7941 West Rifleman Street
Boise, ID, 83704
There are questions to ask your Aetna Health Insurance representative to see if you will get your addiction treatment program at a drug rehab in Idaho covered by them.
It is important to note that while many Aetna plans do cover drug rehab, the specifics of your coverage will depend on the particular plan you have. Therefore, it is essential that you ask your Aetna Health Insurance representative about coverage for drug rehab in Idaho. This will ensure that you get the most comprehensive coverage possible. Need to know more about rehab admissions? If so, call us today at 208.274.8609.
Aetna is one of the largest insurance companies in the United States, and they offer a variety of health insurance plans. If you're considering drug rehab in Idaho, you may be wondering if your Aetna plan will cover the cost of treatment. Here are eight questions to ask Aetna about coverage for drug rehab in Idaho:
Once you have the answers to these questions from Aetna Health Insurance, you can make some well-informed decisions.
Even if in the worst possible scenario Aetna won't pay for your drug rehab in Idaho, there are other options. Perhaps a relative will help you pay for the treatment. Or possibly the drug rehab may offer scholarships so you can get part of it covered by an anonymous financial donor. Many people who go through drug detox and drug rehab and completely change their lives want to help others and make money available for others to change their lives, too.
If you are looking for a quality drug rehab program, Northpoint Ashwood may be the perfect choice. Our program is covered by many Aetna plans, so you can be sure that you will get the treatment you need.
Give us a call at Ashwood Recovery today: 208.274.8609. We have been in the business for quite a while and can help you find the money. Let your desire to get sober lead the way.