HEALTH INSURANCE & PAYMENT FOR ADDICTION TREATMENT

Our treatment centers 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. That’s why we accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most forms of insurance. 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.

IN NETWORK OHIO INSURANCE PLANS

Aetna

Aetna Better Health of OH

Commercial/Behavioral Health

Medicaid

Medicare

Anthem

Access Network for Network

Blue Access OH II (Tier 1 Provider)

Blue Traditional

Medicare PPO Product

Pathway Group

Blue Access Network

Blue Preferred Network

D-SNP Dual Eligible Special Need Plan

Ohio Exchanges HMO

Blue Access OH I (Tier 1 Provider)

Blue Connection HMO

Medicare HMO Product

Ohio Exchanges PPO

AultCare

Aultman Employee PPO

PPO

HMO

PrimeTime Health Plan (PTHP)

Medicaid

Select PPO

Buckeye

Cenpatico

Allwell

Ambetter

CareSource

Medicaid (OH)

Tri-West Healthcare Alliance

Medicare (OH)

Marketplace /Just 4 Me (OH)

FirstHealth Network

Humana

Commercial

Humana ChoiceCare

Humana MediGold

Medicare Advantage

Medicaid

Medical Mutual of Ohio

Adena HMO

Super Med PPO

Commercial

Mercy Health HMO

Super Med EPO

Medicare Advantage

Medicare

Molina

Medicaid

Medicare

Marketplace

Ohio BWC – Workers Comp

Optum

Commercial

Medicare

VA Community Care Network (referral required)

Paramount

Medicaid

SummaCare Commercial Networks

SC Premier

SC Select

SC Premier Tiered

SC Select Tiered

SC Prime

SC Mercy Choice

SC Prime Tiered

SC Mercy Choice Tiered

SC Plus

SC Community Choice

SC Plus Tiered

SC Community Choice Tiered

SummaCare Medicare Networks

SC Medicare

SC Select

SC Secure

SC Supplemental Standard

TriCare

United Healthcare

Commercial

Golden Rule

Community Healthcare

United Behavioral Healthcare – effective 12/6/20

United Medical Resources

We also participate with Ohio Workers Comp, Buckeye Products: Cenpatico (Ohio Medicaid) and Alwell (Ohio Medicare) and Ambetter (Ohio Marketplace), Medical Mutual of Ohio and Optum. We are working hard to become an in-network provider with all of the major insurers in Ohio.

IN NETWORK KENTUCKY INSURANCE PLANS

Traditional Kentucky Medicaid

WellCare

Medicaid

Aetna Better Health

Medicaid

Humana / Care Source

Medicaid

Medicare Advantage

Employee Assistance Programs

Commercial Plans (PPO, HMO, POS, EPO)

Humana MediGold

Commercial (HMOx, PPOx, EPOx) Network Plans

Medicare (PPO, HMO, POS) Plans

Anthem

Anthem KY Medicaid

Blue Traditional

Kentucky Worker’s Comp

Blue Preferred – HMO

Kentucky Pathway (HMO, PPO)

Blue Access – PPO

Medicare Advantage (HMO, PPO)

Passport / Beacon Health Partners

Medicaid

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.

For questions or assistance related to Self-Pay or treatment costs, please call (513) 873-1303. 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.

For questions or assistance related to Commercial Insurance Programs, please call (866) 413-1921. Our live treatment facility representatives will help patients 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.

MEDICAID AND MEDICARE

BrightView addiction treatment centers accept Medicaid and Medicare, along with other health insurance options for your treatment. In fact, we accept more insurance options than any other addiction treatment providers in Ohio or Kentucky.

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WILL MEDICAID OR MEDICARE PAY FOR REHAB?

The short answer is yes. We don’t really like to use the term “drug rehab,” though. We believe that our patients do not need to be “rehabbed.” What they need is treatment for the disease of addiction. Brightview is a substance use treatment center that accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance.

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LETTER TO OUR PATIENTS

Read a letter from Dr. Ryan, our President and Chief Medical Officer, introducing you to BrightView and sharing how we approach addiction treatment differently.

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PATIENT DOCUMENTATION

Get ready for your first day. Find admission forms and a brief orientation to the program here.

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START TREATMENT AT AN MAT PROGRAM TODAY

If you’re ready to regain control of your drug addiction and start a personalized outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment program that works, our addiction center is only a phone call away. At BrightView, we offer substance abuse treatment programs including:

Meth Addiction Treatment Programs

Heroin Addiction Treatment Programs

Opioid Addiction Treatment Programs

Suboxone Treatment Program

Vivitrol Treatment Program

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BRIGHTVIEW BY THE NUMBERS

We take your insurance.

If someone wants help for SUD, we will treat them at BrightView. We don’t turn anyone away and we take more insurances than any other SUD provider in the state, including Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance plans.

Less Medical Emergencies for Patients

Patients report a 1/3 decrease in emergency room visits after just 3 months and a 50% decrease after one year.

“It’s working for me.”

Within six months, unemployment among BrightView patients decreases by over 50%.