ComPsych Rehab and Compulsive Gambling Treatment
Compulsive gambling is a difficult problem to overcome. Left untreated, this condition can lead to serious financial problems, trouble in relationships and a host of other issues that decrease your quality of life.
Effective treatment for compulsive gambling is available. Although this treatment can be costly, you may not need to pay as much if your employer provides you with behavioral health coverage through ComPsych.
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ComPsych is the world's leading provider of employee assistance programs. The company also provides a number of other products to employees, including disability programs, carve-out behavioral health programs and more. Employers who purchase benefit programs through ComPsych can customize their programs based on the needs of their workforce, as well as budgetary considerations.
Understanding ComPsych Compulsive Gambling Treatment
The benefits ComPsych will provide to covered individuals who are struggling with compulsive gambling will vary based on the structure of the program. ComPsych offers many different options to employers, and not all employers choose to provide the same products. For example, if your employer offers an employee assistance program, you may be able to receive only short-term counseling for compulsive gambling. However, if your employer has also purchased a carve-out behavioral health program, you may have access to more intensive treatment options through ComPsych.
How Much Will it Cost?
Depending on the structure of your employer's program, you may or may not be required to pay a portion of your ComPsych Compulsive Gambling Treatment expenses. The exact amount you will pay depends on the following factors:
- Type and Duration of Treatment - Certain types of treatment for compulsive gambling may be more expensive than others. Likewise, the more time you spend in treatment, the higher your expenses will be.
- Deductible - You may be required to pay a deductible before your ComPsych Compulsive Gambling Treatment benefits begin. A deductible is a specific amount you must pay out-of-pocket for your healthcare expenses.
- Coinsurance/Copayments - After meeting your deductible, you may be required to pay a certain amount of coinsurance, which is a percentage of your expenses after the deductible. Some services may also require a copay, which is a predetermined payment due at the time of service.
Because ComPsych Compulsive Gambling Treatment benefits can vary so much, it's best to inquire about the specifics of your program before you begin treatment. To learn more, consult your plan documents or contact ComPsych.