MVP Health Care Drug Rehab
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's annual National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that more than 23.5 million Americans 12 years of age or older were in need of treatment for the abuse of drugs or alcohol in 2009. This translates to about 9.3 percent of our population being in need of specialized addiction care, and a mere 2.5 percent actually received it.
This staggering statistic can be disheartening, especially to those people in the throes of addition who may be looking for information on an MVP Health Care drug rehab treatment center now. The good news is that recovery possible, you just have to reach out and ask for help and rehabilitation will be within your grasp.
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Your Options for Rehabilitation
When deciding which drug rehab treatment center is right for you, you'll have to first choose between inpatient and outpatient care.
- Inpatient rehabilitation centers offer a safe and secure place for addicts to remove themselves from their normal surroundings and involve themselves fully in an environment 100 percent dedicated to recovery. While inpatient rehab is typically more costly due to the residential component and the intense supervision, these aspects can also often translate into increased chances for successful recovery.
- Outpatient rehabilitation centers still offer a wide range of care options but they do so at a relatively lower cost. There is also more flexibility with outpatient care, which can be important to patients who cannot completely separate themselves from work, home, or personal obligations.
What Will My Insurance Policy Cover?
The truth is, until you sit down with a patient care advocate or insurance expert and evaluate your benefits, you won't know how much of your stay at an MVP Health Care drug rehab treatment center will be covered. Some insurance companies offer partial insurance, offering a list of covered benefits while refusing to reimburse physicians or facilities for treatment deemed unnecessary or experimental, other companies offer comprehensive coverage far beyond what you might expect.
Coverage may also be available in unexpected ways. While your benefits may not provide for drug rehabilitation in the strictest sense of the word, you may be able to find help under the auspices of mental health disorders or cognitive therapy. There are many ways to ensure you get the professional help you need, and many facilities have an insurance expert on staff who will guide you through the evaluation process to you known exactly what lies in store.