Allure Detox is an Inpatient Detox Center and Residential Treatment Program that takes AmeriHealth insurance.

The type of insurance that you have does impact how much, if any of our detox services, will be covered by your policy. The good news is that because there is a greater need for substance abuse detox, and behavioral health services in our country, due in part from the opioid epidemic, insurance plans now offer more benefits that cover costs for addiction and alcoholism detox and treatment.

AmeriHealth insurance is one insurance plan that offers benefits that cover services at our detox center. Medically supervised detoxification is not a long-term treatment program but is the primary step for addicts and alcoholics to begin their journey towards freedom from addiction. Detoxification is necessary for addiction to alcohol, opiates, heroin, benzos, pain pills, meth, cocaine, Methadone, Suboxone, and Adderall. Individuals that require medical detoxification often need around the clock supervision and the aide of prescription medication.

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Drug Detox That Takes AmeriHealth

Most addicts and alcoholics will explain that the reason they do not simply stop taking drugs or drinking is that the withdrawal symptoms are too much for them to tolerate. Withdrawal symptoms vary per addiction, but in general, dangerously affect a person’s physical condition causing nausea, pain, muscle cramping and spasms, hallucinations, delirium tremors, anxiety, and sleeplessness. The medications we prescribe are specialized for each client. Because we are an AmeriHealth drug and alcohol detox center, a complete medical staff oversees our program.

The clinical team at Allure Detox is comprised of medical doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, and therapists who all specialize in addiction detox. AmeriHealth insurance and other insurance plans cover our detox services as a medical diagnosis. Addiction and alcoholism are deemed as medical conditions and considered diseases of the brain; insurance plans must offer benefits that cover this diagnosis with as much validity as they would another disease.

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According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, addiction is a brain disease that must be treated as a medical condition.

Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory, and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social, and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors. Addiction is characterized by the inability to consistently abstain, impairment in behavioral control, craving, diminished recognition of significant problems with one’s behaviors and interpersonal relationships, and a dysfunctional emotional response. Like other chronic diseases, addiction often involves cycles of relapse and remission. Without treatment or engagement in recovery activities, addiction is progressive and can result in disability or premature death. (ASAM)

If you or your family member needs help in getting clean and sober and requires the help of a medically supervised AmeriHealth drug detox, please contact one of our addiction detox specialists. Our specialists will locate where in your AmeriHealth insurance plan are your behavioral health benefits and get you or your loved one admitted into detox within 24 hours. This phone call is brief and is the first step towards ending the battle with drugs and alcohol for good. Upon arrival, our clients are prescribed safe medication to ease withdrawal symptoms and are cared for by our compassionate staff.

Each person’s medical history and addiction history dictates the length of their detox as well as the type of medications that will be prescribed to them to safely detox with little to no physical, mental or emotional discomfort. To begin your life over and get off drugs and alcohol today, please call one of our detox admission representatives.


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Published on: 2019-07-08
Updated on: 2024-06-05

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