NJ FamilyCare or New Jersey Medicaid provides the treatment coverage for alcohol and drug rehab. For the residents of New Jersey, NJ FamilyCare can be the affordable option to get started with their addiction treatment programs. Are you or your loved ones struggling with substance use disorder? ChoicePoint accepts NJ family care and all other commercial insurance providers. The good thing is that ChoicePoint is New Jersey-based and has a state-of-the-art rehab clinic in Fair Lawn, New Jersey

Anyone looking for affordable, flexible, and personalized addiction treatment programs in New Jersey and have the NJ Familycare plan is welcome to contact us at 844.445.2563

What Type of Addiction Treatment Programs Covered by NJ FamilyCare

NJ FamilyCare may help you get addiction treatment for alcohol, drug, opioid, opiate, and any other type of substance dependence. However, the exact amount of coverage by New Jersey Medicaid may depend upon the type of rehab and the level of care you choose. The other factors include:

  • Your drug dependence level
  • Your substance of choice
  • Your location

If you have an NJ FamilyCare plan and are struggling with substance abuse, then there is no need to suffer alone. Start a new chapter of your life by contacting us at 844.445.2563.

How to Verify Your NJ FamilyCare? 

Before starting the addiction treatment journey with ChoicePoint, you need to verify your insurance coverage. In case you have NJ family care or any other commercial insurance plan, the following are the ways to verify your insurance:

1- Call us at 844.445.2563. On the call, our patient-friendly admission adviser will hear your story and help you choose the treatment that best fits your needs. Then, you just need to submit your information, and we’ll verify your insurance coverage over the phone.

2- Fill out this form, and we’ll let guide you about your insurance coverage.

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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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