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Verify Your Alcohol Treatment Insurance

Alcohol.org is a subsidiary of American Addiction Centers (AAC), a leading provider of addiction treatment services across the U.S. Let's verify your coverage for treatment at an American Addiction Centers location.

American Addiction Centers accepts many insurance plans and can work with you on a manageable payment plan.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the purpose of this form?

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By filling out and submitting this form, you will instantly receive results confirming if your insurance provider is actively covering addiction related services and treatments or not. If your insurance is in network with American Addiction Centers (AAC) you will be notified by our admission navigators.

What are the next steps?

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You will be contacted by an American Addiction Centers (AAC) admissions navigator who will provide you with information to help you make an informed decision about addiction treatment. Our admissions navigators are available to answer any questions you may have as you consider whether treatment with AAC is right for you.

Which treatment centers can I go to?

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American Addiction Centers (AAC) has multiple locations across the country. Depending on your insurance coverage, our admission navigators will provide information about which location will best cover your treatment and fit your treatment needs. See our locations.

Can I verify treatment for a loved one?

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If your loved one is on the same health insurance plan as you, then your own medical card information will suffice. The coverage that your benefits provide is the same.

If you are on a different plan and have your loved one’s medical card handy, you can also submit their information on their behalf at no risk or obligation.

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Alcohol.org is an American Addiction Centers, Inc. subsidiary. Not sure what this means? Learn more about AAC.