Cigna is a leading health insurer in the United States, covering around 15 million customers. Many of these individuals are among the over 40 million Americans who are struggling with substance use disorder (SUD). If you or your loved one are experiencing issues with drugs or alcohol, whether you’ve been battling addiction for years or are just starting to realize how much your substance use is impacting your life, you can use your Cigna insurance to pay for all or part of your treatment. Your exact scope of coverage will depend on your specific plan type; however, Cigna insurance can significantly reduce out-of-pocket costs.
What Type of Treatment Does My Cigna Insurance Cover?
Cigna provides at least some level of coverage for virtually all types of treatment, including but not limited to:
Detox and Withdrawal Management
Inpatient and Residential Rehab
Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Rehab
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Certain Cigna plans are offered on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace to make treatment more affordable for patients with limited means. These plans cover behavioral health substance use as an Essential Health Benefit. You can read more about Cigna’s behavioral health coverage resources here.
Find A Cigna Rehab Center Now
Whether you want to find rehab in your community or you think you need to get away to get better, Cigna has a robust nationwide network of facilities that can help you. Still, navigating the insurance landscape can be tricky, so our representatives are ready to help you learn all of your options and your scope of coverage so you can start healing today. Our staff is standing by 24-7 to help you find an alcohol or drug rehab center that takes Cigna, and that perfectly satisfies your care needs and lifestyle. Contact us today to start your treatment and recovery.
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