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Does HealthChoices Cover Drug Rehab in Lehigh County, PA?

Addiction Treatment Through HealthChoices

One of the most important elements of residential treatment for substance abuse and addiction at White Deer Run of Lehigh is that you have the opportunity to step away from the stresses and pressures of everyday life and focus on your health.

Unfortunately, many people believe that getting into an addiction rehab is in itself a stressful process, primarily due to their worries about finding a way to pay for treatment.

The men and women who contact our treatment center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, are often pleasantly surprised by our ability to alleviate the fears and frustrations of paying for care. At White Deer Run of Lehigh, we welcome the opportunity to assist individuals who do not have insurance or who will be relying on PA county funds to pay for their time in rehab.

If you have been concerned about your ability to pay for addiction rehab in Pennsylvania, please call White Deer Run of Lehigh at your earliest convenience. Our experts have considerable experience helping people get the treatment that they need without taking on an excessive financial burden.

What is HealthChoices?

In 2015, Pennsylvania increased access to publicly funded healthcare insurance by establishing a Medicaid expansion program called HealthChoices. This program, which falls under the supervision of the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) provides funding for medical treatment and certain behavioral healthcare services, including rehab, for individuals who do not have insurance and who meet certain criteria.

The following are examples of Pennsylvania residents who may be eligible to have their addiction rehab funded through the HealthChoices program:

  • Children and adolescents (up to age 20)
  • Adults ages 20 to 64 who are at or below 138% of the federal poverty level
  • Pregnant women
  • Some women who have breast and/or cervical cancer
  • Adults aged 65 and older
  • People with certain disabilities, including blindness

The behavioral healthcare component of HealthChoices is managed by the DHS Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. The program divides the state into five zones, with each zone including several counties. White Deer Run of Lehigh is authorized to provide rehab services to individuals who meet the HealthChoices eligibility requirements and who are residents of the following counties:

  • Berks
  • Cambria
  • Dauphin
  • Franklin / Fulton
  • Lackawanna / Susquehanna
  • Lehigh
  • Luzerne
  • Montgomery
  • Schuylkill
  • Washington
  • Wyoming
  • York / Adams

If your county is not included in the list above, this does not mean that you will not be able to access behavioral healthcare benefits through HealthChoices. White Deer Run of Lehigh is one of 16 treatment centers in the White Deer Run Treatment Network. Please call us at your convenience and we will be happy to identify another White Deer Run center that is authorized to provide care to HealthChoices recipients in your county.

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When you enter treatment at White Deer Run of Lehigh, you will have the opportunity to participate in a full continuum of treatment services. You will have the professional help and personal guidance that you need to resist the urge to abuse alcohol and other drugs, and you will develop the skills and strategies that will empower you to achieve long-term recovery.

Unfortunately, too many people fail to seek the treatment that can change their lives due to unfounded fears about paying for rehab. Don’t let this unnecessary obstacle prevent you from living the healthier life that you deserve.

A friendly and knowledgeable member of the White Deer Run of Lehigh team is available to answer all of your questions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With one simple phone call, you can step out of the darkness of addiction and begin to experience the bright promise of recovery.

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