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Alcohol Rehab that Accepts AHCCCS in Phoenix
If you’re struggling with alcoholism and need to find a rehab in Phoenix that accepts AHCCCS, we can help. It can be extremely difficult to get adequate care for alcoholism. Long waitlists can put a barrier between you and lifesaving care you need.
Fortunately, more and more alcohol detoxes, inpatient treatment centers, and outpatient treatment centers are accepting AHCCCS.
No matter your AHCCCS plan, you can get access to alcohol treatment and start the process of recovery. Searching for help is the first step to beginning the process of recovery. We are here to help provide you information so that you can make an informed decision on alcohol treatment.
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If you’re on an AHCCCS plan, you may not realize the Phoenix alcohol rehab facilities available for you to be admitted without cost.
The Phoenix area has many different options for alcohol detox and alcohol inpatient rehab, though only some programs are at the forefront and widely known by people.
The best AHCCCS treatment centers in Phoenix will usually:
- Be JAHCO accredited
- Have a solid aftercare plan for all patients
- Include masters-level therapists in their program
- Have an understanding of several different recovery programs
- Emphasize and embrace individualized therapy and not one-size-fits-all treatment
These are just a few things that make good alcohol rehabs in Phoenix great. For more questions on finding the best alcohol rehab to suit your needs, give us a call today.
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You can apply for AHCCCS (Arizona’s Medicaid program) in several ways:
Online: You can apply for AHCCCS online through the Health-e-Arizona Plus website. This website allows you to create an account and submit your application electronically.
By phone: You can apply for AHCCCS by calling the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) at 1-855-HEA-PLUS (1-855-432-7587). A representative will guide you through the application process and answer any questions you may have.
In person: You can apply for AHCCCS in person at your local Department of Economic Security (DES) office. You can find the closest office to you by using the DES Office Locator tool on the DES website.
When applying for AHCCCS, you will need to provide information about your income, household size, and other eligibility criteria. It’s important to have all the necessary documents ready when you apply, such as your Social Security number, proof of income, and identification documents. Once you submit your application, AHCCCS will review it and notify you of your eligibility for the program
If you need immediate medical care and meet certain criteria, you may be eligible for expedited or emergency coverage under AHCCCS. In these cases, AHCCCS must decide within 24 hours of receiving your application.
Needing an alcohol detox is usually considered an emergency, and we can discuss your needs further if you give us a call.
The time it takes to get approved for AHCCCS (Arizona’s Medicaid program) can vary depending on several factors, such as the completeness of your application and the volume of applications being processed by AHCCCS at the time of your application. In general, AHCCCS must process your application within 45 days of receipt, but it may take less time.
If you apply online through the Health-e-Arizona Plus website, you may receive a faster determination than if you apply by mail or in person. However, the online application process still requires time to review and verify the information provided.
All AHCCCS plans cover some form of substance abuse treatment including:
- Arizona Complete Health-Complete Care Plan (formerly Health Net Access)
- Banner – University Family Care Plan
- Care1st Health Plan Arizona
- Cenpatico Integrated Care
- Health Choice Arizona
- Magellan Complete Care of Arizona
- Mercy Care Plan
- UnitedHealthcare Community Plan
- Health Net Access (Transitioned to Arizona Complete Health-Complete Care Plan)
- Bridgeway Health Solutions (Merged with Cenpatico Integrated Care)
- American Indian Health Plan (AIHP)
The answer to this question can vary depending on your specific AHCCCS plan. In general, AHCCCS plans have a network of approved providers and facilities that they work with to provide covered services, including substance use treatment.
If you have an AHCCCS plan, you will typically be required to receive treatment from a provider or facility within your plan’s network to receive coverage.
However, there may be circumstances where you can receive care from out-of-network providers or facilities and still receive coverage, such as in emergencies or if no in-network providers or facilities are available within a reasonable distance.
Yes, additional programs or services may be available to help you stay sober after completing treatment under your AHCCCS plan. These programs and services may include:
Continuing care: Many treatment facilities offer continuing care services, including regular follow-up appointments, counseling sessions, and support groups. These services can help you maintain your sobriety and avoid relapse.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT): MAT involves using medications, such as naltrexone or methadone, to help manage cravings and prevent relapse. Some AHCCCS plans cover MAT for alcohol addiction treatment.
Behavioral therapy: Behavioral therapy can help you identify and change the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors contributing to your alcohol addiction. Your AHCCCS plan may cover individual or group therapy sessions.
Peer support: Peer support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), can provide ongoing support and accountability as you work to maintain your sobriety. Some AHCCCS plans may cover the cost of attending AA meetings.
Case management: Some AHCCCS plans offer case management services, which can include help with finding housing, employment, and other resources that can support your sobriety.
Are there any limits on the number of treatment sessions or days of inpatient care covered under my AHCCCS plan?
Yes, there may be limits on the number of treatment sessions or days of inpatient care covered under your AHCCCS plan, depending on your specific plan.
These limits are often determined by medical necessity and are intended to ensure that you receive appropriate and effective treatment for your alcohol addiction.
The specific limits on substance use treatment coverage can vary widely depending on your AHCCCS plan and the specific services you are receiving.
For example, your plan may limit the number of outpatient visits you can have per week or month or the number of inpatient care you can receive per year.
To determine the specific limits on your alcohol rehab treatment coverage, you can check your AHCCCS plan’s website or contact their customer service center.
It’s also a good idea to talk to your healthcare provider or a treatment facility to ensure you receive the appropriate care level based on your needs and circumstances. To speak directly with a substance use provider call (888) 906-0952.
Under AHCCCS, several types of managed care plans offer different coverage and benefits. It’s important to check with your specific AHCCCS plan to understand what is covered and what out-of-pocket costs you may incur.
AHCCCS covers a wide range of substance abuse treatment services, including outpatient counseling, medication-assisted treatment, and residential or inpatient treatment. However, there may be limits on the number of covered treatment sessions or days of inpatient care.
You may not have any out-of-pocket costs if you receive treatment at a provider contracted with your AHCCCS plan. However, if you choose to receive treatment from a provider not contracted with your plan, you may be responsible for some or all of the cost.
To learn more from an admissions specialist please call us at (888) 906-0952
Yes, individuals recently incarcerated or with a criminal record, including a felony conviction, may be eligible for AHCCCS (Arizona’s Medicaid program), depending on their circumstances.
Additionally, certain reentry programs and community-based organizations may be able to assist with navigating the AHCCCS application process and addressing any eligibility issues related to criminal history.