Texas Children's Health Plan Rehab and Sex Addiction Coverage
Sex is not only natural, but enjoyable. For some, their interest becomes an obsession in which, for complex reasons that go beyond simple desire, they cannot get enough gratification. They may seek sex with strangers, compulsively self-stimulate, and obsessively consume pornography, and may even indulge in crimes such as voyeurism, exhibitionism and sexual assault. Sex addiction can result in broken relationships and lost jobs. Texas Children's Health Plan sex addiction coverage helps people to understand their sexual compulsions and address the underlying issues that may be associated with them.
Sex Addiction Coverage
The Texas Children's Health Plan, which provides low-cost health coverage to qualifying children and adults, can help people experiencing sex addiction get treatment. The type and length of treatment will vary depending on a person's individual policy. Some policies will provide full coverage for a sex addiction treatment center, while others may require the member to pay a portion of the cost. Treatment centers sometimes allow the policy holder to pay the balance off over time instead of all at once.
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If you or a loved one is struggling to control their sexual urges, look into Texas Children's Health Plan sex addiction coverage. Your doctor, after a diagnosis of sex addiction, can recommend a treatment center that operates within your policy's network.
Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment
Inpatient and outpatient treatment both have advantages and disadvantages. If you are considering inpatient treatment, ensure that you have:
- A severe addiction to sex that is causing or is likely to cause serious problems.
- A recommendation from your physician.
- A policy that covers inpatient treatment.
If these apply to you, inpatient care may be your best option. Among the advantages of this setting is 24/7 availability of trained medical personnel and regular interaction with peers who are also dealing with sex addiction and understand what you're going through. For some patients, outpatient treatment may be preferable, as it is more accommodating to those who need to be able to keep their home life, work life, and time treating their sex addiction balanced. It may be recommended for those who do not feel that their addiction is severe enough that they would require inpatient care.
Help with Sex Addiction
While there is nothing wrong with sex, obsessing over it and compulsively seeking sexual situations or sexual gratification can prove troublesome, alienating and even devastating. Texas Children's Health Plan sex addiction coverage can help you find a healthy balance and, hopefully, get you on track to a healthier, happier life.