Eligibility Criteria for Medicare Insurance 

Medicare is a US-based leading Insurance company that offers healthcare plans to people who are 65 and older. Not everyone qualifies for Medicare health plans; the eligibility requirements for Medicare rehab coverage is for people who are:

  • Age 65 or older
  • below 65 and have End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
  • under 65 and have Social Security disability advantages 

Medicare provides coverage for drug and alcohol rehab, and ChoicePoint in New Jersey accepts it and other Insurance providers.  

Medicare Provides Rehab Coverage in New Jersey

Medicare provides coverage for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program under Medicare part B. A patient can complete an outpatient rehab and receive the following services:

Under the Medicare Advantage plan (Part C) and Medicare, part D patients may also receive coverage for the medications prescribed during the drug and alcohol treatment. Medicare coverage depends on the facility you choose, the city you reside in, and the coverage plan. Medicare part B will also cover once-a-year alcohol screenings for people who drink regularly but don’t suffer from alcohol addiction. Take our addiction assessment quiz and find out if you need addiction treatment. 

ChoicePoint in New Jersey Accepts Medicare Rehab Coverage

The cost of alcohol and drug rehab may cause you to reconsider getting treatment, but with Medicare, rehab coverage plans, it has all been made easier for you. Verify your insurance and start treatment today. Call us at 844.445.2563, and our patient-friendly staff will guide you further regarding the best treatment. You can also fill out this form and verify your insurance.  

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Medical Disclaimer:

ChoicePoint aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use disorder and mental health issues. Our team of licensed medical professionals research, edit and review the content before publishing. However, this information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. For medical advice please consult your physicians or ChoicePoint's qualified staff.

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