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IU Health for Drug Rehab

Individuals suffering from drug or alcohol use disorders often spend years trying to manage and control their substance abuse. It is crucial to recognize that substance use disorders are legitimate and quite serious medical conditions that have potentially fatal consequences. Left untreated, they tend to get progressively worse over time. Fortunately, it is possible to recover from addiction. By making use of a clinical addiction treatment program at an outpatient rehab, individuals suffering from addiction at any severity can gain back control and begin leading a normal life

People who have insurance plans through Indiana University Health have access to a wide variety of addiction treatment options. Indiana University Health provides comprehensive coverage for addiction treatment. Their large network of service providers makes it easy for anyone, regardless of their location, to access the services they need.

Indiana University Health

Indiana University Health, sometimes known as IU Health, is a healthcare company that provides insurance to thousands of members in the United States. This nonprofit healthcare system was formerly known as Clarian Health Partners. This nationally recognized network of physicians is the result of a partnership with the Indiana University School of Medicine. Working with one of the nation’s leading medical schools, IU Health is able to provide members with access to cutting edge treatment options and evidence-based addiction rehabs.

What Addictions Does IU Health Cover?

Indiana University Health does not pick and choose which addiction types it provides coverage for. Instead, IU Health makes a broader assessment to determine if an individual suffers from a “substance use disorder.” Substance use disorders are mental health conditions that are diagnosed based on a series of symptoms. Individuals with substance use disorders engage in unhealthy behavior patterns and experience significant problems around their drug or alcohol use. This disease causes them to lose control over their substance abuse habits entirely, even when they recognize a need to stop.

Substance use disorders covered by IU Health include but are not limited to:

  • Benzodiazepine addiction (such as Xanax and Valium)
  • Cocaine and crack cocaine addiction
  • Heroin addiction
  • Adderall and other prescription stimulant addictions
  • Crystal meth addiction
  • Prescription opioid addiction (including Fentanyl, Oxycontin, and Vicodin)
  • Alcohol addiction
  • Marijuana addiction

Treatment Services Covered by IU Health

IU Health specializes in the latest methods for addiction treatment. Their approach to addiction recovery is informed by cutting edge research published by the Indiana University of Medicine. A wide variety of treatment modalities are available to IU Health members. These include but are not limited to:

  • Outpatient rehab
  • Medical detox centers
  • Family therapy, group therapy, and individual therapy
  • Psychiatric services
  • Inpatient rehab
  • Drug screening and drug testing
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)

In many cases, a person’s treatment needs change over time as they develop firmer footing in sobriety. IU Health provides flexible and long term support to meet policyholder’s needs as they rebuild their lives in recovery.

Outpatient Treatment with IU Health

IU Health’s network of service providers includes a diverse range of outpatient rehabs. Outpatient rehabs offer behavioral health services to individuals at all stages of addiction recovery. Utilizing a combination of many therapeutic methods, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy, outpatient rehabs help clients develop the skills they need to get sober and stay sober. Moreover, they support clients as they take steps toward living more joyful and prosperous lives in sobriety.

Outpatient programs are suitable for all addiction severity levels. For individuals with highly advanced substance use disorders, acute outpatient programs are available that meet multiple days a week for a significant portion of the day. Individuals who are more functional or who have work or family commitments can enroll in more flexible programs that meet once a week.

In many cases, IU Health provides coverage as individuals progress from more acute to less acute outpatient programs, ensuring a smoother transition back into everyday life. Studies that measure the effects of long term treatment have shown that individuals who progress in their treatment programs over a longer span of time are less likely to relapse. That fact, and the lack of a residency requirement, make it likely that IU Health will cover outpatient care on a long term

Outpatient programs are also often recommended to individuals who are graduating from residential treatment programs. Graduating from an inpatient rehab and jumping back into one’s old life can be dangerous. Outpatient programs can function as an important element of an aftercare plan, serving as a kind of supportive bridge between an inpatient rehab and the outside world.

Levels of care offered by IU Health’s in-network outpatient rehabs include:

  • Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs)
  • Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs)
  • Outpatient programs (OPs)
  • Aftercare planning

IU Health Plans

While all IU Health plans cover addiction treatment, the extent of such coverage is dependent on the specific plan an individual is covered by. IU Health Plans works hand-in-hand with healthcare providers to ensure that members have access to services that are both effective and affordable. For individuals who suffer from addiction, an IU Health Plan coordinator works with a multidisciplinary team of specialists and healthcare professionals to devise an individualized treatment plan.

IU Health offers many distinct health care plans. These range of Medicare Advantage plans to employer-based plans. These plans include:

  • HSA Medical Plan
  • HSA Medical Saver Plan
  • Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) Medical Plan
  • Traditional Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) Medical Plan

Depending on the details of your plan, your out of pocket expenses, network of providers, and out of network coverage will be different.

What Will IU Health Cover For Me?

IU Health is a network of treatment providers. These providers are considered in-network with a wide variety of insurance plans, including IU Health Plans. It is important to distinguish between IU Health, which is a network of providers covered by many insurance companies, and IU Health Plan, which is IU Health’s proprietary insurance plan. Naturally, of course, IU Health providers are always covered quite comprehensively by IU Health Plan.

If you are covered by an IU Health Plan, as with any other health insurance plan, it can be difficult to determine what your benefits are from simply reading an article online. For specificquestions about your plan, it is recommended that you call your health insurance representative. This number can usually be found on the back of your health insurance card.

You can also call NuView Treatment Center. Our outpatient treatment center is in-network with IU Health plans as well as many other health insurance plans. Even if our program is not what you need at this time, we will work hard to advocate on your behalf. Our staff understand the addiction recovery process and have a strong working knowledge of the health insurance industry. During our confidential and free evaluation, we will assess what your treatment needs are, what your insurance benefits are, and help connect you to the services you need. Call (323) 307-7997 for more information.

IU Health Addiction Treatment in Los Angeles, California

NuView Treatment Center, located in West Los Angeles, is widely recognized as the city’s top outpatient rehab. Our staff are highly trained in the latest evidence-based treatment methods. Just as importantly, we believe that compassion forms the backbone of any quality treatment program. Whether you are trying to get sober for the first time or making another attempt after countless relapses, we believe that recovery is possible.

Addiction treatment should never be one-size-fits-all. Our staff develop individualized treatment plans for each client to ensure that their strengths and weaknesses are addressed. Clients tackle underlying issues, from mental health disorders to employment problems, and develop new coping tools to deal with potential triggers. Using a variety of therapies, from cognitive behavioral therapy to dialectical behavioral therapy, clients come to a better understanding of their addictions and themselves. By the time an individual graduates from NuView Treatment Center, they are well prepared for a joyous, meaningful, independent life in sobriety.

Our programs include every level of care. They include:

  • Partial hospitalization programs
  • Intensive outpatient programs
  • Outpatient programs
  • Aftercare planning

No matter where you’ve been or how hopeless you feel, recovery is possible. NuView Treatment Center is in-network with IU Health Plan. If you are ready to make a change, contact us today.

Frequently Asked Questions

IU Health requires preauthorization for all addiction treatment services. This includes inpatient and outpatient care, medication-assisted treatment, counseling, and other support services. Preauthorization helps ensure that your care is medically necessary and appropriate for you and your plan coverage.  The process typically begins when your primary provider or a specialist requests authorization for the services you need. If preauthorization is required, IU Health will review the submission and contact your provider to discuss your treatment plan and determine if it meets our criteria for coverage. You will be notified of the decision if approved within a few days or weeks. You may also receive additional guidance about care options and how to proceed.

Yes, there may be co-payments or additional costs associated with addiction treatment. IU Health covers medically necessary services within its network of providers. However, depending on your plan's copayment structure and deductible amount, you may need to pay a portion of the cost. You can contact IU Health to get more information about possible co-pays or additional costs. Additionally, if you are referred to an out-of-network provider for treatment, you may be responsible for a larger portion of the cost. IU Health will provide you with more details about any possible out-of-pocket costs when you receive authorization for care.

Yes, IU Health provides coverage for medications related to addiction treatment under most plans. However, coverage can vary based on the type of medication and plan benefits. Your provider must request authorization from IU Health before your medication is covered. You may be subject to copayments or coinsurance amounts depending on your plan’s benefits if approved. IU Health will provide you with more information about any costs associated with your medications.

Yes. IU Health Insurance plans include case managers available to help you understand your coverage and benefits at an addiction treatment center. Case managers can work with you to identify a network of providers, explain the process for obtaining authorization for covered services, provide guidance on how to access mental health care and substance abuse services, and assist in understanding what services are covered and what costs may be expected. Additionally, case managers can provide support when navigating the complexities of your IU Health Insurance plan. Please contact your local IU Health representative for more information about IU Health Insurance plans or to speak with a case manager.

At NuView Treatment Center, we accept most major health insurance plans. To find out if your IU Health Insurance is accepted, please call our office at 323-307-7997. Additionally, you can fill out this verification of insurance benefits form. Our staff will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have and help determine the best plan for your treatment.

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