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Veterans and first responders face unique challenges and job pressures. Running toward situations that most people run away from leaves lasting and permanent changes to their lives. It is not surprising that many veterans and first responders struggle with substance use disorder and may go on to develop co-occurring mental health issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Seeking professional addiction rehab treatment is the best solution for regaining control and living a life of sobriety. Still, for many, fear of financial concerns delays or prevents them from obtaining necessary treatment. Finding rehab centers that take VA benefits is not as difficult as veterans fear.

UpArmor Recovery is located in Southaven, Mississippi, right on the Mississippi-Tennessee line. We specialize in treating veterans with substance use disorders and any co-occurring mental health issues and believe that fear of affordability should never limit access. Our caring, professional staff can educate you on paying for rehab with VA benefits or other insurance and payment options.

Call UpArmor Recovery at 855.211.5537 or reach out online today for information on our programs and services and how to affordably access them.

Will VA Benefits Cover Addiction Treatment?

In most cases, yes. VA benefits and health care cover treatments to address substance use problems as well as any accompanying mental health issues like PTSD or depression. UpArmor Recovery accepts a number of major insurance providers, including VA benefits and health care. However, it is important to check with an UpArmor Recovery representative for specifics. We will help you understand exactly what types of treatment are available and how long your VA benefits will cover addiction services.

Is Paying for Rehab with VA Benefits the Only Way to Get Treatment at UpArmor Recovery?

No, not at all. We understand that health care and insurance coverage in America is a complex and confusing system. Every veteran and first responder is different, and each may have specific situations impacting their insurance coverage options and financial circumstances.

That is why UpArmor Recovery is proud to partner with many nationally-recognized insurance providers active in Mississippi—please call for information and coverage specifics at 855.211.5537. These partners include but are not limited to the following:

  • VA
  • TRICARE (we do not accept PRIME, call for specifics)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Ambetter
  • First Health (PPOs)
  • Humana
  • Beacon / Carelon Behavioral Health
  • Aetna
  • American Choice Provider
  • Prime Health
  • Magellan
  • ENI (EAP)
  • American Behavioral
  • Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health
  • Cigna / Evernorth

How Long Are Treatment Services Covered at Rehab Centers that Take VA Benefits?

VA benefits cover the duration of medically-necessary addiction treatment services, sometimes up to 90 days. This can include detox, inpatient, and outpatient programs. However, other health insurance limitations may impact what is covered and for how long. UpArmor Recovery will be happy to answer any questions regarding VA benefits and your specific coverage, so call 855.211.5537 with any questions.

Contact UpArmor Recovery for More Info About Paying for Rehab with VA Benefits

At UpArmor Recovery, we recognize the struggles veterans face in their journey toward sobriety, and we want to make getting treatment as seamless and affordable as possible. You deserve access to quality addiction care without the financial burden, and our team can provide you with all the information you need to get started.

We offer detox, residential, inpatient, outpatient, and aftercare programs to address any substance use disorder needs. Our professional, compassionate staff uses evidence-based therapies and holistic approaches to help our clients achieve and maintain recovery.

Call or reach out online today for more information on how VA benefits cover addiction services. Contact us at 855.211.5537 or complete our online form. We are here to help.