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Seacrest Recovery Center

Your First Step To A New Life

Coventry Insurance for Drug Treatment

Are you looking for a safe, confidential and compassionate program to break free from the pain of addiction? You’re in the right place.

If you’re struggling with drugs or alcohol, you don’t have to stay stuck in a spiral. For many of our clients, it was scary to realize they couldn’t control their drug or alcohol use. Addiction affects people from every walk of life. It is truly a disease that affects your body, mind, and spirit.

The good news is that recovery is possible. If you or somebody you love has a substance abuse disorder, your insurance may cover drug treatment.


Healthcare Plans: Coventry Insurance and more

Are you wondering if you can use Coventry insurance for drug treatment? Usually, you can. Addiction is recognized as a medical condition that is treatable, and so it is covered by most healthcare plans. Give us a call to learn more about using insurance for drug treatment.

Other insurance programs may pay for your inpatient treatment. Our billing department can help you determine which benefits may be eligible to pay for your drug treatment.


Why Residential Drug Treatment?

Most people enter into our residential treatment to help them find a calm, warm, compassionate place to get clean and sober. Many of our clients are from out-of-state, allowing them to take the time and have the space to work through their issues with our trained, professional staff.

Drug treatment helps people with substance abuse disorders get the help they need, without the difficulties of outside stressors. Jobs, relationship problems, etc. can be temporarily removed from our clients’ lives to help them break free from addiction and learn new coping skills that can help them throughout their recovery.

Many people find it can be difficult to quit using drugs such as oxycontin on their own. Some drugs have post-acute withdrawal symptoms that occur weeks or even months after you have ceased using the drugs. It can also be hard for a person “going it alone” to pull themselves away from old habits and patterns. Support is important, and when you’re in a residential drug treatment program, there is somebody to talk to day or night.

Drug treatment is staffed by experienced professionals who can help you develop new behavior patterns, examine your daily life, and teach you how to change your behavior in a safe, compassionate environment. You will also be in a group of empathetic peers who understand what you’re going through and are doing their best to change as well.

In residential drug treatment, you’re never without support and you’re never alone in your journey.


Who Benefits from Drug Treatment?

If you think you have a problem with drugs, especially prescriptions drugs or street drugs, and you have had trouble ceasing use, you can probably benefit from a drug treatment program.

All drugs have a long-term effect on your mental and physical health, and some drugs will even cause you to experience severe withdrawal symptoms. Many people who abuse drugs may also have co-existing disorders such as PTSD or depression. These people can truly benefit from staying in a supportive, safe environment where they can work through these issues with a staff of trained professionals.


Paying for Drug Treatment

If you don’t have insurance or want to pay out-of-pocket, we can make payment arrangements for you.

According to the government agency SAMHSA, the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 requires insurers to make mental health/drug treatment services just as accessible as your other health services. Your insurer, if they offer substance abuse treatment service coverage, should make it easily accessible in a way that clients can understand. They can’t put any obstacles in place that would hinder your ability to get help, and they’re not allowed to charge extra money on your copay for these services.

Most private insurers will pay for your treatment, even if it is out-of-state. If you need more information on which insurance companies will pay for your treatment, please give us a call.

Employers are often required to allow their employees to seek out addiction treatment and treat it like an illness or disability. This often means time off without fear of getting fired or other retribution.


You’re Welcome Here!

We are an inclusive facility that is meant to offer not only therapeutic comforts but also the strength of community. We’re not as large as some other places, which allows us to keep an atmosphere of intimacy and offer our clients our full attention.

If you’re struggling with addiction or think you need help, we’re here to take your call and answer any questions you may have. Your call is 100% confidential.


There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to addiction. Every person is unique and deserves the proper placement in the right program to best avoid potential relapse. Our “Phase Back to Life” outpatient programs combine the love, care, compassion and structure of a traditional rehabilitation center – along with a real life recovery program. We know you just want your loved one back and some peace of mind. That’s exactly how we designed our program. Call us today to learn more.

Our well-appointed facilities will ensure that your loved one is comfortable and safe.  We have taken great care to ensure that each individual feels at home from the start, so they are ready to engage in a life of recovery.  From the furnishings to the living environment to the qualified staff – we have thought of everything to make sure it’s all taken care of.


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