Information About Insurance To Prepare For Treatment
At Sprout Health Arizona, we want to provide as much information possible for potential patients, as well as their family, friends and loved ones. Whether you are prepared to begin treatment today or just doing some research, we believe that it is important to educate everyone on the benefits of treatment, where to receive it and how to pay for it.
You can either call us or visit a facility near you to speak with a pre-admission counselor. They will ask a few questions regarding your health history, substance abuse and what type of insurance you have.
Addiction Can Be Costly and so Can Treatment
However, paying for treatment has significantly more positive outcomes than continuously paying for your next high. With a one-time payment, we can teach you how to change your behaviors and fight your addiction. Finding the funding for treatment can be troublesome; however, Sprout Health Arizona conveniently accepts most insurance plans.
Additionally, the Affordable Care Act requires that health care providers provide coverage for behavioral treatments and some detox treatments.Our facility performs a complimentary analysis of your insurance plan in order to advise you accordingly. This includes any co-pays or out of pocket expenses that you might incur.
Intake Coordinators Recommendations
For those who do not have insurance, our intake coordinators can recommend treatment programs that work with financial aid, rehabilitation loan services, federally-funded programs or charitable organizations. Some programs may be available for free or offered at a reduced cost in order to help.
Depending on the nature, severity or type of condition or addiction, treatment will vary from person to person. Sprout Health Arizona’s dedicated team of skilled professionals have the knowledge to determine each condition and the best possible treatments to ensure a long lasting sobriety. We provide an unmatched level of care which can teach you the tools necessary to stay sober and regain control of your life.
Our staff will also ask questions about health history as well as the severity of the substance abuse in order to properly assess the addiction. All of these questions will help determine whether or not our facility is a right fit for you and your needs. If we do find that we are a good match for each other, we can set an admission date for you to begin your treatment.