The Comprehensive Wellness Centers of South Florida are proud to announce that we now accept Aetna insurance. If you are one of Aetna’s 39 million members, you can access affordable addiction and mental health treatment at our facility. Patients are always free to pay for care out of pocket, but Aetna addiction treatment coverage lowers the cost of getting help and makes help more attainable. You must enroll at an in-network facility with your insurance to get this benefit. We also accept Tricare, Humana, Cigna, BCBS, Magellan, Ambetter, Devoted, and CarePlus.

Learn about the treatments and services your Aetna plan may cover and discover how to get the affordable addiction care and mental health treatment you or your loved one needs.

What Addiction Treatments Does Aetna Cover?

The addiction treatments Aetna will cover depend on the plan. The best way to find out is to call your benefits manager or insurance provider. You can also verify your insurance with CWC.
Aetna does not discriminate when it comes to types of substance use disorders. Covered individuals can get treatment for alcohol use disorder, benzodiazepine dependence, cocaine addiction, and more.

Medical Detox

Detox is the process of going through alcohol or drug withdrawals. Withdrawals come with excruciating symptoms, and some symptoms can even be deadly if not managed properly, especially in people with severe or long-term addictions. Rehab centers like CWC offer supervised detox services. A medical professional will be available at all times. The goal is to make going through withdrawals safer and more manageable.

You may benefit from an advanced type of medical detox if you are addicted to certain substances. Medical detox incorporates prescription drugs that make withdrawal symptoms feel less severe. The most common types of addiction requiring medically-assisted detox services include:

  • Heroin and prescription opioid use disorders
  • Benzodiazepine use disorder
  • Alcohol use disorder

These conditions come with extreme withdrawal symptoms. Detoxing under medical supervision makes the process safer. It also reduces the risk of detox-related fatalities.

Inpatient Residential Treatments

Inpatient treatment is the most intensive type of addiction program. Patients live at the facility where they receive care. Before an inpatient program, individuals undergo detox. Then, they attend group and individual therapy sessions. Common types of therapy offered in rehab include CBT, REBT, EMDR, and DBT.

Many inpatient programs also include alternative therapies, like art therapy. Patients may also have access to lifestyle therapies, such as exercise and diet changes. The goal of inpatient treatment is to help patients learn new coping skills. Once they return to their everyday lives, they can use these coping skills instead of abusing substances. Many addicts have a co-occurring mental health condition and may undergo dual-diagnosis treatment.

Partial Hospitalization Programs

A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is a type of outpatient treatment. Patients live at home and commute to their treatments. There are varying levels of outpatient programs, with PHPs being the most intensive.

Enrolling in a PHP means you attend daily treatment sessions. You will receive many treatments available in inpatient programs, including individual, group, and alternative therapies. PHPs are usually best for moderate substance use disorders. However, PHPs can be effective for people with severe symptoms. Depending on your needs, you can enroll in treatment for 5-7 days lasting at least 20 hours per week.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) require the lowest time commitment. It is a type of outpatient treatment where patients live at home. They commute to treatment a few days a week. IOPs offer the most flexibility but are unsuitable for people with severe addictions. Intensive outpatient programs work best for patients with mild substance use disorders and robust home support systems.

Most people attend treatment sessions during the evening or on weekends to fit around other commitments. Whatever your needs are, IOPs offer the flexibility to get help.

Does Aetna Cover Mental Health Treatment Programs?

Aetna does offer coverage for treatments for mental health conditions at in-network facilities. At CWC, we offer dual-diagnosis treatments for overlapping addictions and mental illnesses. Patients can address the cognitive symptoms that could be exacerbating their addiction. Combining these two treatments can improve your chances of addiction recovery success.

Comprehensive Wellness Centers Accepts Aetna Addiction Treatment Insurance

Aetna addiction treatment insurance covers all the services needed to treat addiction, including detox, inpatient programs, PHPs, and IOPs. You can also get insurance coverage for co-occurring mental health issues with Aetna.
Are you searching for ‘addiction treatment programs accepting Aetna near me’? Comprehensive Wellness Centers in Lantana, Florida, is in-network with your insurance. Learn more about admissions and get the help you need today.