GEHA is a health insurance plan provided to federal employees and their families. We proudly work with GEHA and those insured by them to provide the highest quality of care available for substance use and mental health.
While not every plan is the same, we have worked with and accepted most GEHA plans for over a decade. Our relationship with GEHA has been positive and helped us to provide care to thousands of people. For those looking for treatment, we offer a free consultation and verification of benefits. If for any reason we are not able to accept your insurance, we will work to refer you to another facility that can.
Who Does GEHA Insure?
GEHA stands for government employees health association. They provide health insurance to federal employees of all kinds nationwide. They were one of the first health plans to offer insurance to federal employees nearly 6 decades ago.
While covering government employees, GEHA also insures their families and dependents based on the plan selected by the employee. GEHA covers more than 1.7 million people across the nation. Our goal is to make affordable, quality care available to everyone we can to help fight the addiction epidemic.
GEHA Coverage Explained
While every health insurance plan can be different, there are some guidelines that all health insurance companies must adhere to. For example, federal parity law requires that insurance providers cover and treat substance abuse the same way they would any other health issue. This means that they are required to cover medically necessary substance abuse services in most cases.
Some plans have exclusions and limitations to coverage. This is why we call GEHA on each one of our clients behalf to verify their benefits and coverage. We are upfront and honest with those we treat about what their financial responsibility will be and strive to make care as obtainable as possible for all.
Specific Coverage from GEHA
Since we have worked with GEHA for over two decades, we know how to best work with them to maximize coverage for those we treat. Coverage usually depends on the medical necessity and needs of the patient. Thankfully, we have a team of staff that work to determine medical necessity and work with GEHA on your behalf to limit costs and ensure coverage wherever possible.
If you are concerned about specific coverage, let our insurance verification team do a free verification of benefits to check your coverage. Services provided are all confidential and cannot be disclosed to employers or anyone else without your consent.
Programs for GEHA Health Insurance
While understanding insurance can be difficult, our team is here to help. Our staff have years of experience verifying and obtaining specific coverage information for you. Our services are confidential and we treat your personal information with the utmost respect.
If you have a GEHA insurance plan and are seeking care for substance abuse or mental health services, give us a call today. We are here to guide you through this complicated process and provide the highest quality of care available.
We are available 24/7 at (800) 817-1247.