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At Pathways Recovery Center, we understand the journey to sobriety is deeply personal and often challenging. Situated in the serene city of Azusa, CA, our residential inpatient treatment facility offers a sanctuary for individuals battling with substance abuse. According to the 2021 NSDUH Annual National Report, among people aged 12 or older, 3.3 percent (or about 9.2 million people) misused opioids in the past year. In the face of this public health challenge, Pathways Recovery Center is here to provide accessible and effective treatment. While we proudly accept Cigna health insurance, we advise you to contact us or fill out our insurance verification form to determine whether our services are covered under Cigna, ensuring that financial concerns do not stand in the way of your journey to recovery.

Do Rehabs Accept Cigna?

Many rehabilitation facilities, including Pathways Recovery Center, welcome clients with Cigna insurance. As a recognized health service company, Cigna partners with various rehabs to facilitate coverage for substance abuse treatment. We suggest reaching out to our team to verify your specific coverage details, including the network status of our facility with Cigna, to ensure you have access to the care needed for lasting recovery.

Check My Insurance Coverage for Cigna

Your journey to recovery should not be hindered by insurance uncertainties. At Pathways Recovery Center, our dedicated team is on hand to help you understand and verify your Cigna coverage. A simple call can provide you with a clear understanding of your insurance benefits, including in-network and out-of-network coverage, co-pays, and deductibles.

What Addiction Treatments Does Cigna Cover?

Cigna is committed to covering a spectrum of addiction treatments, acknowledging that recovery is not a one-size-fits-all process. Policies typically include detoxification, inpatient and outpatient rehab, therapy sessions, and sometimes even alternative therapies that form part of a prescribed treatment plan. At Pathways Recovery Center, we work closely with Cigna to determine the best course of action covered under your plan, whether it's our evidence-based therapies, holistic approaches, or a combination of treatments tailored to your unique needs.

Does Cigna Cover Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment?

Recognizing that many individuals with substance abuse issues often face co-occurring mental health disorders, Cigna insurance plans frequently cover dual diagnosis treatments. Pathways Recovery Center specializes in addressing both substance abuse and any accompanying mental health conditions, offering integrated care to promote holistic healing. Cigna's coverage typically extends to these comprehensive treatment programs, as they are vital to achieving and maintaining sobriety.

Rehab That Accepts Cigna - Pathways Recovery Center in Los Angeles

In the heart of Los Angeles County, Pathways Recovery Center stands as a beacon of hope for those seeking a new beginning. With the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) reporting that an estimated 29.5 million people had an alcohol use disorder in the past year, the urgency for quality care is evident. As a rehab that accepts Cigna, we strive to make our comprehensive treatment programs available to all, easing the financial stress so that our clients can concentrate on their recovery.

Our state-of-the-art facility in Azusa, CA, is staffed with a team of seasoned professionals who deliver personalized treatment plans, ensuring that each client's path to sobriety is as smooth and effective as possible. We understand that overcoming addiction is not just about treating the symptoms; it’s about healing the whole person.

Our commitment to your health and wellbeing extends beyond our serene setting; we provide continuous support, education, and aftercare planning to safeguard your journey to a drug- and alcohol-free life. By choosing Pathways Recovery Center, you are not just selecting a treatment center; you are choosing a compassionate ally in your recovery, one that understands the vast impact of substance abuse on our community and is dedicated to helping you achieve lasting sobriety.

Cigna-Approved Therapies at Pathways Recovery Center

At Pathways Recovery Center, we offer a broad spectrum of therapies that are compatible with Cigna insurance plans. Our evidence-based therapies, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), medication-assisted treatment (MAT), group therapy, and holistic approaches like yoga and meditation, are designed to treat the whole person, not just the addiction. We will work alongside you to review your Cigna plan and ensure you have access to the covered therapies, allowing you to benefit from a comprehensive, individualized treatment program. To learn more about the admission process and how we can assist you in beginning your recovery journey, please visit admissions at Pathways Recovery Center.

Start Your Rehab Journey Today with Cigna and Pathways Recovery

Embarking on the path to recovery is an act of courage. With Cigna and Pathways Recovery Center, you can start your rehab journey with confidence. Our compassionate team is ready to support you from the moment you decide to seek help. We'll assist with the insurance verification process, help you understand the specifics of your Cigna coverage, and prepare a personalized treatment plan that aligns with your needs and insurance benefits.

Clinically reviewed by 

Moses Nasser
Dr. Moses Nasser, a double board-certified physician in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine, with expertise in holistic healing, addiction medicine, and psychiatric care, holds an X-waiver to prescribe buprenorphine and has extensive experience in mindfulness-based customer service and medication-assisted treatment.

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