Addiction and mental health are not separate issues. When a mental health issue leads to drug addiction, this is called a co-occurring disorder, and 7.9 million Americans are struggling with this problem.
Whether you need treatment for your co-occurring disorder, help with detox, or acute inpatient mental health care, we’re here for you. We accept Medicare because we believe that everyone should get the care they need.
Navigating Medicare can be difficult, so let us show you how you can use Medicare to get quality recovery treatment in Florida.
At The Blackberry Center, we believe in complete price transparency. We work with you from your first consultation to the end of treatment to ensure that you know what you’re paying for. Reach out to us and we’ll help work with Medicare or your insurer to help you start and stay in recovery. Click here to learn about our pricing for detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment programs.
Q: Will Medicare pay for my treatment at The Blackberry Center hospital?
A: Yes! Medicare covers treatments in two ways. First, through Part A insurance, which covers acute inpatient mental health services. Secondly, through Part B insurance, which covers the cost of medical treatments.
Medicare Part A’s crisis inpatient mental services cover the following:
Medicare Part A’s coverage lasts for established time periods. Your coverage will start on the day you enter treatment and end 60 consecutive days after leaving treatment. The 2019 Medicare Part A deductible is $1,364.
There are a variety of reasons you may qualify for Medicare Part A. You may qualify if you are any of the following:
Put simply, Medicare Part B covers any services that are preventative or medically necessary. For mental health services, you can expect Medicare Part B to cover:
As of 2019, Medicare Part B’s deducible is $185. Anyone is eligible for Medicare Part B who is also eligible for Medicare Part A, provided they pay a monthly premium.
The most important message for you to take away is that Medicare will cover your inpatient mental health or dual diagnosis treatment at The Blackberry Center. Most of our patients find that Medicare pays for all or most of their care. If you’re not sure whether Medicare will pay for the treatment you need, give us a call at 1-407-449-8142 and we’ll work with Medicare or your insurer to find the answers for you. Mental health and substance abuse disorders should never be faced alone, so reach out and let us help.