Different Types of Bright Healthcare Substance Abuse Treatment
Bright Healthcare covers more than medical detox. As a major health insurance provider, the company also covers costs associated with residential rehab and some outpatient treatment options. If you have been struggling with a substance use disorder of any severity, we recommend committing to a multi-phased continuum of care. The longer you stay engaged in treatment the more positive the outcome. If you would like to learn more about the treatment options available to you, today.
Bright Healthcare Medical Detox Programs or Facilities
When it comes to addiction recovery, medical detox always comes as a recommended first step. While in medical detox you will undergo a safe and comfortable drug and/or alcohol withdrawal in a closely supervised setting. Symptoms of withdrawal will be treated as they develop with a combination of FDA-approved medication and evidence-based therapies. Once you have been physically stabilized you will transition into the next appropriate level of care.
Bright Healthcare Inpatient or Residential Treatment Centers
Most people who complete medical detox transition directly into a residential treatment center, where they undergo intensive addiction treatment for between 30 and 90 days. The duration of your stay in residential treatment depends on your personal needs. In most cases, major health insurance providers like Bright Healthcare cover some or all of the services provided by residential rehabs for a set period of time.
Bright Healthcare Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP)
Partial hospitalization is a step down from residential rehab, seeing as clients return home in the evenings once the day of treatment concludes. While PHP offers slightly more flexibility than rehab clients still have access to the same comprehensive treatment services, including intensive psychotherapy, holistic modalities, medication assisted treatment and in some cases, a thorough education on the 12-Step model. This is an ideal option for those who require intensive treatment but prefer to return home (or to a sober living house) at night. Most major health insurance providers cover some or all of the costs associated with privately operated PHP programs, which are more cost-effective than inpatient treatment to begin with.
Bright Healthcare Outpatient Programs (IOP)
Intensive outpatient treatment is the most flexible level of clinical care, providing clients with the opportunity to fulfill personal responsibilities outside of treatment. Because most IOP programs meet for between three and five days a week for several hours each day, clients can work full-time or part-time, continue with their education pursuits or take care of other outside obligations. Because treatment groups meet less frequently, IOP also tends to be the most cost-effective option, and is ideal for those who are uninsured or underinsured.