Ranch Creek Recovery Partners with Health Net Insurance

Ranch Creek Recovery is a drug rehab in California that accepts Health Net insurance. We work with our clients to help them conquer the physical, social, and emotional struggles of addiction. Our professionals are licensed and trained to help our clients identify any co-occurring disorders they may have. We have the ability to work with various insurance providers such as Health Net to help make rehab more affordable. If you have a Health Net insurance place, here’s how you can find out if you’re eligible for coverage.

Health Net Insurance for Rehab

Once someone decides they want to be sober, they will begin looking at rehab programs. However, there is oftentimes one barrier: cost. The price for a quality rehabilitation program can be steep, which is why Ranch Creek Recovery is willing to work with many different insurance providers. The type of plan your family has along with the insurance company’s policies will determine how much you pay. Here’s how you can find out you will have to pay.

Call and Confirm Health Net Rehab Coverage

Before you decide to go to rehab, you will need to confirm your eligibility with Health Net. Every insurance company has their own unique policies and procedures for obtaining rehab coverage. Depending on your plan, there is a possibility you will be denied. You should review your chosen plan and find out how you can work with Health Net on rehab costs. Contact Health Net if you have any questions about your policy. What happens if your coverage is denied? If Health Net doesn’t agree to help with the costs, most insurance companies will allow you to write a letter of appeal. Find out what Health Net’s appeal policies are and submit your letter for another chance at getting care.

More about Health Net Insurance

Health Net, Inc., a Centene company, is an American health care insurance provider. Health Net provides health benefits to approximately 5.9 million individuals in all 50 states and the District of Columbia through group, individual, Medicare, Medicaid, and Veterans Affairs programs.