Available Florida Health Care Plans
FHCP has plans for children, adults and families. You may get coverage through your employer or purchase it on the open marketplace. Some of the plans you’ll find include:
- High-deductible health plans (HDPD). These plans have a large deductible of several thousand dollars or more. After you meet this deductible, you can access coverage for visits to health care providers.
- Co-payment plans. These plans charge only a co-payment for care once you reach your plan deductible. Before you meet the deductible, FHCP still pays for generic drugs and primary care visits.
- Open-access plans. This option lets you see any doctor at any time. You don’t need to select a primary care physician or obtain referrals.
You might have either a preferred provider organization (PPO) or health maintenance organization (HMO) plan. In general, you find your own doctors with a PPO plan, while an HMO plan requires you to select a primary care provider to manage your care.
Medicare Coverage Through FHCP
If you’re age 65 or older or have a qualifying disability, you’re eligible for Medicare coverage from FHCP. You can select a low-premium, low-deductible PPO or HMO plan. The type of coverage you receive varies based on the specific plan, your geographic location and other factors. However, most Medicare plans pay for many types of health conditions and symptoms, including detoxification and specialized inpatient or outpatient rehab for people struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. You may be able to select from different types of facilities depending on your needs. You can also buy additional coverage with a Medicare supplement plan.
FHCP Coverage for Substance Abuse Treatment
Under federal law, the state of Florida allows residents to use health benefits to pay for addiction treatment in Florida. If you have a standard, employer-sponsored or Medicare plan with FHCP, your coverage may provide:
- Counseling and therapy for drug and alcohol addiction as well as coexisting mental health conditions
- Detoxification from alcohol or substance abuse
- Rehabilitation in a residential facility
- Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) for drug rehab
- Intensive outpatient programs (IOP), either alone or as a step down from inpatient treatment
Some plans may require you to receive prior authorization before they refer you for substance abuse treatment. This process determines that you meet the criteria for your plan to pay for this type of recovery as a medical necessity. When you contact our facilities, our professional counselors can help you obtain insurance coverage for your care.
At Serenity Springs Recovery Center, we make sure financial obstacles won’t prevent you from recovering from addiction. We accept a wide variety of insurance policies including FHCP plans, and we’ll be able to answer questions about your coverage when you contact or visit us to get more information.
Addiction Services for FHCP Members
As an in-network provider for both FHCP traditional and Medicare plans, Serenity Springs is ready to create a personalized recovery plan that fits your needs. We combine various evidence-based modalities with helping you develop strong coping skills and address the underlying causes of addiction.
Most people benefit from starting in either a residential recovery program or a PHP program. PHP involves attending meetings, therapy and other treatment sessions for several hours each day, but individuals can return home and stay with their families at night. After successfully completing a residential or PHP program, individuals can enter IOP for aftercare treatment that supports lasting sobriety.
You can reach out for information if you or a loved one struggles with alcohol, fentanyl, methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs or any other controlled substances. Serenity Springs has experienced healthcare providers who guide detox, medication management, individual therapy and group therapy. Treatment plans also include 12-step meetings, outdoor therapy, personal training, acupuncture, yoga and other forms of complementary care.
The full extent of coverage depends on your exact health insurance; for example, some plans don’t cover complementary and alternative therapies for addiction. Regardless of coverage, however, we strive to make sure you have the holistic physical, emotional and spiritual support you need to overcome substance use disorder.
Health Care Providers Treat Addiction at Serenity Springs
If you’re worried about the extent of substance use by yourself or a family member, help is available at Serenity Springs. Our facility serves patients in Edgewater, Florida, and surrounding areas of the state. We have everything you need at our safe, comfortable facilities to promote a successful recovery and a new way of life.
Contact us today by calling 386-423-4540. Our trained professional addiction counselors, many of whom are on their own recovery journeys, can provide information and answer your questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.