Briarwood Detox Center works with a number of U.S. insurance providers to help you cover the cost of our medically assisted drug and alcohol detox services. We understand that your priority is getting better, not struggling with the complex details of insurance benefits coverage. For this reason, our admissions team is ready and willing to ensure your insurance verification runs as quickly and as smoothly as possible.
When you call to speak to one of our admissions specialists, he or she will be happy to walk you through the details of using your insurance benefits to pay for detox and answer any questions you have. We will contact your insurance provider to collect all the information needed to verify your benefits and get the maximum amount of coverage available for your treatment needs.
Some insurance policies provide out-of-network substance abuse benefits, which may help reduce your out-of-pocket costs. Contact us today and we’ll help you verify your benefits and get started with your treatment options.
Accepted Insurance Providers
Your eligibility to apply your insurance benefits to the cost of your detox treatment will vary based on the specific details of your policy. Briarwood Detox Center may accept benefits from the following insurance companies:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Scott and White
- First Health
- Medical Mutual
Please call (888) 857-0557 for your free benefits check today. If you don’t see your insurance company on the list, feel free to call and we will look into the matter further.
Confidential and Free Insurance Benefits Verification
Verifying your insurance benefits with Briarwood Detox Center couldn’t be any easier. This process is fast, free and completely confidential. This means no one else will be alerted when your benefits are verified. The entire process just takes a few minutes and requires very little information from you.
Please have the following information ready to complete your benefits verification:
- 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)
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential service that many companies offer. These programs are designed to help employees deal with personal issues such as child care, financial issues, and drug and alcohol abuse. EAP plans are typically paid for by the employer. In most cases, your EAP benefits will also extend to other family members that are normally covered by your medical insurance.
If your employer offers an EAP plan and you’d like to learn more about EAP payment options for drug and alcohol detox, please contact the Briarwood Detox Center admissions team today.