Aetna covers addiction treatment in Michigan
Treatment for opioid and alcohol use disorders in Michigan, including medication-assisted treatment and community connection, from the comfort of home and covered by Aetna.
Reduce cravings and balance your brain chemistry with medication prescribed to your local pharmacy.
Our affiliated clinicians also treat other issues to help you feel best in recovery.
Build relationships with other people on similar paths through online recovery groups, virtual events with experts and advocates, and a members-only community forum.
Work through a personalized curriculum of therapeutic courses to help you stay on track toward your recovery goals.
Does Aetna cover Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) in Michigan?
Yes, Aetna covers medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder, which includes clinician visits, behavioral health support, and Suboxone or a similar buprenorphine/naloxone medication, when considered medically necessary.
Depending on your plan, there may be a co-pay for your treatment, so contact the number on the back of your insurance card to learn about what your specific Aetna plan covers.