INSURANCE & PAYMENT

Insurance shouldn’t be a barrier to care. At BrightView, it isn’t

We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and other forms of insurance

Our treatment centers, located in eight states, accept Medicaid, Medicare and other forms of insurance as payment for our addiction treatment programs. We also offer payment plans for patients that will be paying for substance abuse treatment without assistance.

Asking for help can be hard, but paying for it shouldn’t be. If your insurance policy won’t cover your treatment plan for some reason, we will work with you to get the right treatment services for you.

United States map with states highlighted that have BrightView centers

IN-NETWORK INSURANCE PLANS

Aetna
Arizona Medicaid
Arizona Priority Care
Blue Cross Blue Shield of AZ
Cigna
HealthNet / Complete Care
HMC Healthworks
Humana
Medicaid American Indian Health Program
Medicaid Arizona Complete Health

Medicaid Banner University
Medicaid Care1st Health Plan
Medicaid Mercy Care
Medicaid Molina
Medicaid UHC Community Plan
MedicaidHealth Choice AZ
Medicare
Oscar
UnitedHealthcare / Optum
VA Community Care Network (CCN)

Anthem
Humana
Kentucky Medicaid
Medicaid Aetna Better Health of KY
Medicaid Anthem
Medicaid Humana
Medicaid Passport by Molina

Medicaid UHC Community Plan
Medicaid Wellcare
Medicare
Tricare
UnitedHealthcare / Optum
VA Community Care Network (CCN)

Maryland Medicaid (administered by Optum)
Medicare

Aetna
Blue Cross Blue Sheild of MA
Cigna
Medicaid / MassHealth (MBHP)
Medicaid Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA)
Medicaid Fallon

Medicaid Mass General Brigham Health Plan (formerly Allways Health)
Medicaid Point32 (Tufts / Harvard Pilgram)
Medicare
Point32 (Tufts / Harvard Pilgram)
Unicare
UnitedHealthcare / Optum

Aetna
Anthem
AultCare
Buckeye
Humana
Medicaid Aetna Better Health of OH
Medicaid AmeriHealth
Medicaid Anthem
Medicaid Buckeye
Medicaid CareSource
Medicaid Humana

Medicaid Molina
Medicaid Paramount
Medicaid UHC Community Plan
Medical Mutual of Ohio
Medicare
MediGold
Ohio Medicaid
SummaCare
Tricare
UnitedHealthcare / Optum
VA Community Care Network (CCN)

Anthem Healthkeepers
Humana
Medicaid
Medicaid Aetna Better Health
Medicaid Anthem Healthkeepers
Medicaid Molina Complete Care

Medicaid Optima
Medicaid UHC Community Plan
Medicaid Virginia Premier
Optima
Virginia Medicaid

Aetna Behavioral Health
AmeriHealth
Healthy Blue- BCBSNC
Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC
Carolina Complete
Humana Behavioral
North Carolina Medicaid

North Carolina Medicare
Optum / VA Community Care Network (VACCN)
Railroad Medicare
Trillium (LME)
Vaya Health (LME)
Wellcare
United Behavioral Health / Optum

QUESTIONS ABOUT MEDICAID, MEDICARE,
PRIVATE INSURANCE, OR SELF-PAY?

Insurance can be complex, and we are here for you if you have questions or want some guidance. Please use the phone numbers below to arrange payment, ask questions about insurance coverage and your health benefits, and to communicate directly with our Financial Assistance team.

 

Self-Pay

For questions or assistance related to self-pay or treatment costs, please call (513) 873-1344. Our live representatives will help with setting-up self-pay payment options, applying for Medicaid, and making arrangements with the Foundation of Recovery to cover the cost of treatment.

 

Commercial Insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare

For questions or assistance related to commercial insurance programs, please call (513) 873-1354. Our live treatment facility representatives will help you with the insurance (Medicaid, Medicare, or commercial) process, and are also prepared to help insurance companies with claim or account reviews.

If all of our team members are on the phone, the call will go to voicemail. Please leave a message with your name and phone number, and we will call you back within 24 hours.

It is our primary focus to help our patients manage the payment process, regardless of their payment status. We will work with you to find financing options or assistance options to pay for our outpatient program. We’ll help with the insurance and payment so you can focus on a successful drug abuse recovery.