Making the decision to enter rehab for drug or alcohol addiction is a life-changing experience. However, for many, certain roadblocks make it more difficult to seek help for these problems. The cost of rehab is a major deterrent for many individuals who are looking to recover from substance abuse. Inpatient and outpatient rehab is often expensive, and other financial factors make it difficult for many people to afford it.

The good news is that for those who are covered under a Federal Employee Program Blue policy, or FEP, the cost of a quality recovery program is much more affordable.

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Does FEP BCBS Cover Drug Rehab?

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As one of the largest providers with dozens of policies across the country, Blue Cross Blue Sheild offers drug or alcohol rehab coverage. The Federal Employee Program (FEP) covers inpatient treatment, including detox and group and private outpatient therapy. With these policies, members are responsible for the copay and must also go through a pre-certification process. FEP members are also able to recover at their own pace with flexible plans and coverage to meet specific needs.

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The History of FEP BCBS

The Federal Employee Program has been a part of the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) since 1960. Also known as the Blue Cross Blue Shield Service Benefit Plan, this policy covers about 5.3 million federal employees, their families, and retirees. With headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, FEP works with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management to determine the best benefits and premiums for members covered by the Federal Employee Program.

For more information on your coverage and plans, call 877-284-0353 today.

What is Detox?

Detox is the process of ridding the body of its physical dependence on substances such as drugs or alcohol. Most insurance covers the detox phase of rehab since it’s often considered the most important step. Depending on the drug of choice or how often it’s used, detox can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. Highly addictive drugs such as heroin may also require a medically assisted detox.