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Medical Mutual of Ohio Rehab Insurance Coverage

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Deciding to seek help for a substance or alcohol use disorder can be a stressful experience, and concerns about money shouldn’t add to the stress. At Vertava Health, we do all we can to make paying for rehab services straightforward. We are in-network with most major insurance providers, including Medical Mutual of Ohio. Contact Vertava Health at 888.601.8693 to learn more about paying for rehab with Medical Mutal of Ohio or other insurances we accept.

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When a person enters rehab, they may have to take a leave from work, but everyday expenses like childcare and mortgage payments go on. For the best chance of long-term recovery success, patients must stay focused on their treatment. That can be difficult to do if they are worried about money. If you have the Medical Mutual of Ohio insurance provider, rest assured that you have options at Vertava Health.

Medical Mutual of Ohio rehab insurance coverage is accepted at Vertava Health. All standard plans from this provider cover at least part of the costs associated with outpatient or inpatient treatment. Detoxification services may also be covered as necessary for emergency hospitalization.

Tips for Understanding Your Medical Mutual of Ohio Rehab Insurance Coverage

The exact amount of your coverage depends on your plan. To get the most accurate and updated information about your coverage, consider these tips:

  • Ask questions if anything is unclear, and don’t make assumptions.
  • Understand your treatment options.
  • Supply your provider with accurate, honest information.
  • Take a few moments to navigate your provider’s website and customer service menu.

Contact the helpful team at Vertava Health. We are happy to help verify your Medical Mutual of Ohio rehab insurance coverage. Delaying treatment because you are unsure about coverage or feel overwhelmed trying to figure it out on your own can have long-term consequences for your health. We are here to support our patients every step of the way, including helping them secure payment.

What If You Don’t Have a Medical Mutual of Ohio Insurance Provider?

There are other ways of paying for rehab if you are not insured. First, we suggest visiting the insurance marketplace website for your state to see if you qualify for subsidized insurance through the Affordable Care Act plan. Open enrollment for ACA takes place between November 1 and January 31 each year. Special enrollment periods are available in some circumstances. While waiting for the enrollment period may mean waiting for treatment, having a plan in place is still a positive step towards wellness.

Other payment options include:

  • Payment plans and loans through Vertava Health
  • Sliding scale fees for those who qualify
  • Medical loans like Prosper Healthcare Lending and Med Loan
  • Non-medical personal loans
  • Scholarships, such as the 10,000 Beds scholarship or the Substance Use and Mental Health Services Administration scholarship
  • Federal and state government grants
  • Employee assistance programs (EAPs)
  • Financial assistance from friends and family

The Vertava Health team encourages our patients to remember that paying for addiction treatment is an investment in their future. In the big picture, the price of addiction is much higher than the price of rehab. Treating a substance use disorder can help you keep your career, your home and possessions, your relationships, and ultimately, your life.

Learn More About Paying for Rehab at Vertava Health

Our team understands that discussing finances can be an uncomfortable conversation. However, we are committed to helping those ready to take charge of their lives and regain their health, no matter their financial situation. Call Vertava Health today at 888.601.8693 with questions about Medical Mutual of Ohio rehab insurance coverage or other payment concerns you may have.