Beacon Health Options - JourneyPure At The River

Beacon Health Options

Beacon Health Options is a behavioral health insurance company with more than 70 locations across the U.S. The company offers clinical mental health and substance use disorder management, as well as an employee assistance program, work-life support, specialty programs for autism and depression, and analytics to improve the delivery of care to its policyholders. It provides access to a broad network of behavioral health providers and facilities, encompassing all levels of specialty mental health and addiction services.

Verifying Coverage and Finding the Best, Most Appropriate Treatment

Acceptability of insurance varies according to the individual, the plan, the treatment center, and the type of treatment. Beacon plans may cover all or some of a person’s mental health and addiction treatment, so it’s important to check your insurance plan prior to enrollment in any program.

Researching insurance options can be difficult, especially if you or someone you know is suffering from addiction. Of course, knowledgeable advisors are available with Beacon Health Options. They can verify your insurance coverage and find the best treatment for you.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment versus Outpatient

Beacon Health Options Insurance benefits packages are accepted at dozens of different drug and alcohol rehab programs across the U.S. The company provides benefit packages for many large companies doing business in Tennessee; employees working for these corporations will likely have access to effective drug treatment options.

Depending on how serious the addiction is, the patient will need to decide whether an outpatient or inpatient treatment center is right for him or her.

An outpatient facility only requires the patient to participate for a number of hours and allows them to leave when finished. Outpatient treatment is typically suited for people with less serious, short-term addictions.

Inpatient treatment like that of JourneyPure At The River features residential accommodations, where patients live for 30 or 60 days to focus on beating their addiction and any co-occurring mental health disorders. It is recommended for those with serious addictions or long-term mental health issues.

About Beacon Health Options

Beacon Health Options is the result of a mid-2010s merger between ValueOptions and Beacon Health Strategies. ValueOptions had been the behavioral health care insurer to multiple Fortune 500 companies as well as federal, state, and local government agencies. ValueOptions brought nearly 34 million customers and several service centers in 15 states into the most recent merger.

The company’s philosophy emphasizes a comprehensive care management approach, one that assesses the whole health needs of the individual member in providing access to available healthcare services.

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