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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers That Accept GEHA Health Insurance

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated: 07/04/2023

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers That Accept GEHA Health Insurance

GEHA Health Insurance covers a full menu of alcohol and drug rehab services for the organization’s millions of members in need of help. If you or your loved one are battling Substance Use Disorder and are covered by GEHA Health, you may be able to use your policy to pay for all or part of your coverage. Don’t be afraid or ashamed to ask for the help that you deserve. Whether you’re battling depression-related alcoholism or you need inpatient treatment or medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder, your policy may allow you to participate in affordable and accessible treatment.

What Kinds of Alcohol and Drug Rehab Services Does GEHA Cover?

While each person’s individual plan will vary according to their plan-type and tier of coverage, some of the substance abuse and mental health services covered by GEHA include:

Your continuum of care may evolve as your treatment needs change and evolve. You may need longer-term care, which may also be covered.

GEHA Health Insurance listings are Based On Government Data That Accept Private Insurance as well as the facilities that have claimed or submitted their treatment center (you will need to contact each facility to see if they cover treatment)