Blueprints for Recovery in Arizona is Now In-Network with Beacon Health Options
A recent in-network team-up with Beacon Health Options has allowed our team at Blueprints for Recovery to offer our customized drug and alcohol rehabilitation services to more people than ever. As the leading addiction treatment center in Prescott, Arizona, we look forward to being able to support more members of our communities without them worrying about the cost of treatment thanks to insurance coverage.
Our focus has always been the comfort and ultimate recovery of our patients. In order to make certain our proven methods can help as many people as possible fight and overcome addiction, we are continually seeking new in-network collaboration with insurance partners, groups, and providers, such as Beacon Health Options. For many of our patients who come to us with appropriate insurance coverage, the out-of-pocket cost for treatments is zero.
We are particularly renowned in Prescott and the rest of Arizona for our unique approach to rehabilitation, which we make available only to men aged between 18 and 30. By narrowing our treatment focus to this demographic, which is historically the most susceptible to strong substance addiction, we have been able to heighten recovery effectiveness. Our three- and six-month treatment programs have helped countless patients throughout the years achieve sobriety and self-confidence. Of course, everyone who comes to our doors for help is delivered a completely personalized treatment plan. There are no cookie-cutter approaches at our rehabilitation center.
Are you interested in learning more about Blueprints for Recovery and what we can do for you or a loved one fighting substance addiction? Please feel free to call (888) 744-9969 to get in contact with our team. You can also request a tour of our facilities before committing yourself to our drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.
Further Reading Material
- Explanation of insurances and coverages: https://www.blueprintsforrecovery.com/blog/2018/june/in-network-vs-out-of-network-insurance/