Insurance and payment options for treatment and recovery

Patients

Contact us to learn more about coverage options.

Health Plans

Interested in adding BHG to your network? Contact our payor contracting team at payorrelations@bhgrecovery.com

Many medical insurance plans accepted

For treatment to be most effective, we believe it also needs to be accessible and affordable. Our goal is to eliminate financial worries so you can focus on treatment and recovery.

We work with most major insurers depending on the state and the following national commercial insurance plans:
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Insurance coverage available in your state

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Now accepting Medicare, Medicaid, and Medicare Advantage

medicare-medicaid

BHG now accepts most states’ Medicare and Medicaid plans, and several national Medicare Advantage programs. Check our state-by-state information above to see which plans are accepted where you live.

If you’ve been diagnosed with opioid use disorder and are enrolled in either Original Medicare Part B (outpatient services) or Medicaid, your treatment at BHG will be 100% covered with no out-of-pocket costs*. Benefit coverage for Medicare Advantage varies by plan.

Generally, covered treatment includes:

  • FDA-approved opioid treatment medications (buprenorphine, methadone, naltrexone)
  • Counseling
  • Behavioral therapy

To find out what your specific insurance plan covers, you can call the number located on the back of your insurance card, or contact us and we’ll help you determine your coverage details.

[*after Part B deductible is met]

Payment plans and support for self-pay patients

payment-plans

When entering into BHG treatment, an admissions team will walk you through payment options and make it as simple and stress-free as possible. Ultimately, the cost of your treatment will be based on your level of care, the length of your treatment plan, and your center’s location.

In most states, BHG partners with organizations that provide grant funding that allows more patients to access treatment. Talk with a BHG representative for more information.

Our admissions team is standing by to help ensure that the cost of treatment doesn’t prevent you from starting your journey of recovery. We’ll work with you to create a plan that matches your needs and allows you to begin treatment as soon as possible.

Learn more about payment options

Whether you are fully insured, partially insured or self-pay, we will work with you to develop a financial plan that works best for you, while ensuring that you can get treatment as soon as possible.

To get started, fill out the form below or call
844.535.7291

Questions about your bill? Please call your local BHG treatment center.

Frequently asked
questions about Medicare

What is Medicare?
Medicare is the U.S. government-run insurance program for those who are 65+ years of age or living with certain disabilities. The Medicare program is made up of four parts: A, B, C and D... Read More

Medicare is the U.S. government-run insurance program for those who are 65+ years of age or living with certain disabilities. The Medicare program is made up of four parts: A, B, C and D.

Generally, Part A covers hospital services, Part B covers outpatient medical services, and Part D covers prescription drugs. The large majority of Medicare beneficiaries are enrolled in one or more of Parts A, B, and D.

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How can I enroll in Medicare?
  • Call Social Security at 800 772-1213 (TYY users 800 325-0778), Monday through Friday, from 7AM to 7PM.
  • Enroll online at www.socialsecurity.gov
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  • Call Social Security at 800 772-1213 (TYY users 800 325-0778), Monday through Friday, from 7AM to 7PM.
  • Enroll online at www.socialsecurity.gov.
  • Enroll in person at your local Social Security office.
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What is Original Medicare Part B, and how can I sign up?
Original Medicare Part B is the only plan that is guaranteed to 100% cover treatment for opioid use disorder. If you did not sign up for Original Medicare Part B when you turned 65, you can still enroll. Visit the CMS website to find out about... Read More

Original Medicare Part B is the only plan that is guaranteed to 100% cover treatment for opioid use disorder. If you did not sign up for Original Medicare Part B when you turned 65, you can still enroll. Visit the CMS website to find out about enrollment periods for Original Medicare Part B.

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What is Medicare Part C, and does it cover BHG treatment?
Medicare Part C is known as Medicare Advantage, and bundles all the services together under a single managed care plan administered by a private insurance company. While several Medicare Advantage plans do cover BHG... Read More

Medicare Part C is known as Medicare Advantage, and bundles all the services together under a single managed care plan administered by a private insurance company. While several Medicare Advantage plans do cover BHG treatment, they may not cover services at 100%.

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