Hill Country Detox works with a number of well-known insurance providers in the United States to help you cover the cost of treatment. Our admissions professionals have the necessary knowledge to speak with all insurance providers to get the information we need to verify your benefits. They are also happy to answer any questions you may have.
If you decide you want to use your insurance benefits to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses for treatment, we can help you navigate the process. Some insurance policies provide out-of-network substance abuse benefits which may help lower the cost of your treatment plan. A member of our admissions team will contact your insurance company to verify your benefits and get the maximum amount of coverage available to you.
We provide a simple and fast insurance verification process, and you can feel confident that we’ll take care of you each step of the way.
Accepted Insurance Providers
Hill Country Detox Center may accept benefits from the following insurance companies:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Scott and White
- First Health
- Medical Mutual
Your ability to apply insurance benefits to the cost of your treatment will vary based on the details of your individual insurance policy. Please call 888.512.5020 for a quick and free benefits verification today.
Insurance Benefits Verification
Verifying your insurance benefits with Hill Country Detox is fast and easy, so there’s no need to wait on the phone for hours. The verification process is also completely confidential. No one will be alerted — not your relatives, your boss, or anyone else.
Once we receive the following information from you, completing the benefits check will only take a few minutes of your time. We will need:
- Company name of your insurance provider
- Your member ID number
- Your date of birth
- Your insurance company’s telephone number (can be found on the back of your insurance card)
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
If your company offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), you may be able to utilize these benefits to supplement the cost of treatment. An EAP is a confidential service provided by an employer to help employees deal with personal issues, such as drug abuse and addiction. EAP plans are usually completely paid for by the employer and your benefits may even extend to family members regularly covered by your medical insurance.
Please contact Hill Country Detox today to speak with an admissions representative about your payment options and potentially using your company’s Employee Assistance Program to supplement the cost of treatment.