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UnitedHealthcare Insurance Coverage for Drug Rehab in New Jersey

UnitedHealthcare offers health insurance to people within New Jersey and has done so since 1989.[1] If you’re one of them, you can use your coverage to pay for drug rehab at Boca Recovery Center.

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The admissions team at Boca Recovery Center often works with UnitedHealthcare to help people pay for drug rehab. Whether you have a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan or some other type of UHC coverage, we can help. 

Our insurance specialists can work directly with UnitedHealthcare and determine how much your plan will pay. Contact us with this form

Does UnitedHealthcare Cover Drug Rehab in New Jersey?

People can use their UnitedHealthcare coverage to pay for drug and alcohol rehab services delivered in New Jersey. While all plans are different, they include at least partial coverage for science-based treatments. 

UnitedHealthcare offers a dizzying number of different plans in New Jersey. Some, like the Surest plans, come with upfront prices for many different types of services. Others come with zero drug copayments for common medications.[2] 

Your plan may include some or all of these elements. You’re not required to be an insurance expert to use your benefits. But understanding the details before you enroll can help you avoid unexpected costs. 

How Much of the Cost of Drug Rehab Will UnitedHealthcare Insurance Cover?

Since UnitedHealthcare plans vary so widely, it’s difficult to estimate how much your treatment will cost. Typically, people are encouraged to call their plan administrator and find out the price before they enroll. 

Your costs can vary based on the type of policy you have. And in some plans, you’ll pay more if you choose a treatment provider that is considered outside of the network. 

Insurance Coverage for Boca Recovery Center Drug Rehab in New Jersey 

Boca Recovery Center’s beautiful facility in New Jersey accepts insurance payments from UnitedHealthcare. Our intake team can verify your benefits and explain your out-of-pocket costs, so you can make a smart decision about your recovery. 

If you’re facing high costs due to deductibles or coinsurance, we can work with you to make your treatment affordable. We offer both scholarships and financial assistance to put the cost within reach. 

We offer free insurance verification with this form. Fill it out to connect with an insurance professional. 

Verifying Your UnitedHealthcare Insurance Coverage in New Jersey 

Before tapping into your drug rehab benefits, you’re encouraged to contact your plan administrator and verify how much treatment will cost. The team at Boca Recovery Center can do this for you. 

Fill out this form, and our admissions team will contact your plan administrator. We’ll determine exactly what is and isn’t covered. Then, we’ll explain everything to you in terms you can understand. 

Let Boca Recovery Center handle your insurance verification with our free, fast service. Just fill out this form to get started.

What Addiction Treatment Services Are Covered by UnitedHealthcare?

All UnitedHealthcare plans include at least some coverage for drug rehab. But the details can vary significantly depending on your specific plan.

Your recovery plan may include partial or full coverage for the following elements:

How Long Will UnitedHealthcare Insurance Cover Drug & Alcohol Rehab in New Jersey?

Some UnitedHealthcare plans come with far-reaching benefits that allow you to stay enrolled for long periods. Others have more limited benefits. 

Since policies can be complex and hard to predict, let us help. Boca Recovery Center can work directly with your plan administrator and ensure you maximize your benefits. 

Contact our admissions team to learn more about United Healthcare coverage for drug and alcohol rehab at our New Jersey location. 

Updated March 5, 2024
  1. Community plan. UnitedHealthcare. Accessed September 4, 2023.
  2. Delivering simple, affordable coverage. UnitedHealth Group. Accessed September 4, 2023.