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papers about First Health rehab insurance coverage Only a small percentage of people who require treatment for substance or alcohol use disorders receive the life-saving services they need. In some cases, financial hardship is a barrier, but it doesn’t have to be. Vertava Health Mississippi is in-network with First Health, a subsidiary of Aetna. Call Vertava Health Mississippi at 844.951.1931 to learn about all the insurances we accept.

If You’re Concerned About Paying for Rehab, First Health Insurance Is In-Network

The passing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) made it a requirement for insurance companies to provide at least some amount of coverage for mental health treatments, including substance use disorder, alcohol use disorder, and co-occurring conditions.

Addiction treatment services fall under the category of necessary health treatments and are covered by First Health Network. Your exact First Health addiction treatment coverage level varies depending on your insurance plan level. 

Vertava Health Mississippi is in-network, so your First Health rehab insurance coverage rates will generally be higher. However, your insurance may not cover the entire cost of the services that are necessary for your treatment. 

Verifying First Health Addiction Treatment Coverage

At Vertava Health Mississippi, we believe our patients get the most benefit from recovery treatment when they understand every step of the process. That includes the payment process. Knowing exactly what their First Health rehab insurance coverage is and which services will or will not be covered provides peace of mind that allows patients to focus on what matters—their treatment. 

We are happy to help you check your First Health addiction treatment coverage before you make the final decision to seek treatment at Vertava Health Mississippi. 

Paying for Rehab: First Health Insurance and Other Options

Vertava Health Mississippi is in-network with many of the leading insurance providers. If you are uninsured, options are still available to help you cover the cost of treatment. To start, we offer financing options that allow patients to access $1,000 to $10,000 worth of credit to cover treatment expenses. 

You may still be eligible to finance rehab if you have poor credit or no credit rating. Our program is designed to work for almost everyone. It may even help boost your credit rating. 

The team at Vertava Health Mississippi wants you to begin your life in recovery in the strongest position possible. We make every effort to minimize your investment with only the appropriate loan amounts needed for the services you require. Financing is fast with Vertava Health Mississippi. We know that you don’t want anything to stand in your way once you are ready to receive treatment. Funds are typically available within 24 hours. 

Other payment options we can help you explore include:

  • Grants such as the Substance and Mental Health Services Administration block grant
  • Medicaid, available to those over 65, those under 19, and others who qualify
  • Medicare, available to those over 65 and those with disabilities
  • Crowdfunding
  • Private payment
  • State and local government programs
  • Selling personal luxury items

Because First Health addiction treatment coverage varies according to your policy, it may be necessary to explore additional options. 

Learn More About First Health Addiction Treatment Coverage at Vertava Health Mississippi

Don’t let financial concerns get in the way of your addiction treatment. Paying for rehab with First Health insurance is simple, and we will guide you through each step. Our priority is the health and well-being of our patients, and we want you to focus on treatment, not finances. 

For more information about First Health addiction treatment coverage and our programs, call Vertava Health Mississippi at 844.951.1931 and speak with one of our knowledgeable, friendly team members.