Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance for drug & alcohol treatment
Workit Health’s virtual opioid and alcohol treatment is covered by Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance in many states.
Does Blue Cross Blue Shield cover rehab?
Workit Health provides virtual treatment for opioid and alcohol use, available from the comfort of your own home. We are in network with a number of insurance providers.
Does Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance cover rehab?
Yes. Blue Cross Blue Shield covers drug and alcohol rehab at many addiction treatment providers across the country, including Workit Health. Coverage varies depending on your state of residence and insurance plan.
What does Blue Cross Blue Shield cover?
Depending on your plan, Blue Cross Blue Shield covers a range of addiction treatment services. This can include detox from addictive substances, inpatient rehab, digital addiction treatment, and the use of medication-assisted treatment (including Suboxone). To determine if you are eligible for treatment, consult our your provider or use our insurance checker below.
How much does Blue Cross Blue Shield cover?
How much is covered depends entirely on your particular plan and the types of addiction treatment services you wish to access. The best way to determine the scope of coverage is to use our insurance checker below or call your provider to find out more.
How to check your Blue Cross Blue Shield coverage
Use our insurance checker to verify your Blue Cross Blue Shield coverage.
What is Suboxone?
Suboxone is the brand name for a specific medication: buprenorphine/naloxone. Buprenorphine/naloxone is one of only three FDA-approved medications for opioid use disorder. This medication works in the brain to alleviate dependence on heroin, fentanyl, and other prescription pain relievers.
Does Blue Cross Blue Shield cover Suboxone?
Workit Health offers online Suboxone treatment* in Alaska, Michigan, California, Ohio, Washington, Oregon, and New Jersey. If you aren’t in our area, learn other strategies for finding a Suboxone Clinic near you. The NAABT also has a directory called Treatment Match which will connect you with providers in your area.
*The state of Ohio requires a single in-person appointment to begin medication-assisted treatment for opioids.
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