Health Insurance Plans from Molina
Molina Healthcare offers a range of options for families and individuals who qualify for government-sponsored programs. These programs include…
- SCHIP (The State Children’s Health Insurance Program),
- Medicare Advantage, and
- Integrated Medicaid/Medicare.
Molina also offers Marketplace (also called Exchange) plans in many states where Medicaid health plans are available.
Does Molina Cover Detox and Addiction Treatment?
Yes, Molina’s health plans offer insurance coverage for the treatment of substance use disorders from in-network providers. Due to the Affordable Care Act, insurers are required to provide coverage for mental health services, including rehab centers. Since Molina is a Medicare coverage coordinator, their options are based on state, local, and federal requirements. Covered treatments include…
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Residential/inpatient treatment
- Day treatment (outpatient)
- Partial hospitalization
In addition to providing treatment for addiction and behavioral health concerns, Molina also covers mental health services. Members may contact their insurer or primary care provider for information about available treatments. Usually, psychotherapy, diagnostic psychological testing, medications, and outpatient services will be included in one’s Molina coverage.
Molina Rehab Coverage
Like all insurers, Molina Healthcare’s substance abuse treatment coverage varies by state. In some instances, your insurance provider may require prior approval to determine medical necessity, length of stay, and appropriateness of setting before signing off on your rehab of choice. Beach House works directly with your provider to determine which level of care is most suited to your needs, history, and current situation.
Beach House Center for Recovery is out of network with Molina, so we work especially hard to ensure that insurance limitations are not a barrier to getting urgent and effective addiction treatment. Affordable self-pay options and referrals are one way we prioritize your recovery. For advice regarding which options may be best for you, call us at 855-791-4584 or contact us online. Our insurance assistance specialist will be happy to work with you and your insurance provider.