ACA Marketplace For Substance Abuse & Alcohol Rehab – Open Enrollment Guide

Oct 28, 2021

Are you or a loved one suffering from addiction? Find Addiction Rehabs’ Open Enrollment period guide can help you obtain treatment through the Affordable Care Act Marketplace!

If you can't afford rehab on your own, Find Addiction Rehabs' guide shows you how to get the care you need. It explains substance abuse benefits under the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) and will educate you on how to afford the resources to recover.

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If you are struggling with addiction, you now have access to care that was much more costly before the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Find Addiction Rehabs' guide makes that care easier to understand and receive. The guide also aims to support the fight against the opioid epidemic in the United States.

The US federal government declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency in 2017, and deaths have steadily increased since then. Statistics report that opioid-related overdose deaths increased more than 200% over the last 15 years, with up to 80% of drug overdoses being attributed to opioids.

Find Addiction Rehabs' Open Enrollment period guide makes ACA coverage for addiction easy to understand. It explains what the ACA covers, how the ACA treats addiction and pre-existing conditions, who is eligible for coverage, and how the different levels of ACA coverage work. 

The Open Enrollment period guide also outlines different substance abuse coverage plans. It discusses the key points and differences between inpatient treatment, counseling, and medication. 

Find Addiction Rehabs' guide also ensures that you do not have to sacrifice job or financial security to receive addiction support by addressing several laws protecting substance abuse patients. It thoroughly explains how to qualify for benefits from the Family Medical Leave of Absence Act (FMLA) and your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The guide puts the long-term benefits of seeking care into perspective by discussing the cost of rehab vs. the cost of addiction. The time and especially financial commitments of rehab can be hard to make, but they outweigh the cost of addiction. Continued addiction eventually leads to a larger financial commitment, lower quality interpersonal relationships, and decreased quality of life. 

Find Addiction Rehabs is here to help you make the transition into rehab and start a better life. They are available 24/7 via their addiction hotline and can locate centers that fit your financial and treatment needs.

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