Harmony Health Group Accepts Concern Insurance

As human beings, it is natural for us to feel a range of emotions, from happiness to sadness, and everything in between. When someone begins to experience persistent distress, and has difficulty coping, mental health treatment can provide a lifeline, providing invaluable support and guidance while navigating everyday life. The Harmony Health Group has multiple facilities along the East Coast, which can be located in Florida, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Jersey, and Tennessee. Our reach extends the communities which we are located in, proving comprehensive and compassionate care to those in need. 

Our treatment facilities offer a diverse range of treatment programs for mental health concerns, substance abuse disorders, and dual diagnoses. If you have found yourself struggle with your mental health, or having a hard time balancing your responsibilities, we encourage you to call (866) 461-4474 for support. Let us walk beside you and support you on your journey towards emotional wellbeing.

What is Concern Health Rehab Insurance Coverage?

Concern Health is an employee wellbeing program that employers can provide to their employees, which can simplify the process of getting help for emotional and practical challenges. Concern Health can provide support for employees who would benefit from financial planning, legal consultations and referrals, and parenting resources. 

Concern Health has spent time developing strong working relationships with counselors to ensure that members have quick and easy access to top-tier mental health professionals who use evidence-based approaches. To promote access to mental health services, counseling sessions are available in person, via phone, video counseling, live chat, and through texting services. Mental health concerns and life experiences that Concern Health members can receive support for include:

  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Anxiety, depressive, and stress-related symptoms
  • Major life events including deaths, births, divorce
  • Effective communication skills
  • Burnout
  • Substance misuse

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Check Your Concern Health Coverage Levels for Mental Rehab with Harmony Health Group

You can check your insurance coverage levels by calling us on: (866) 461-4474

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Does Concern Health Insurance Cover Mental Health Treatment?

Concern Health rehab coverage can be applied to various mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, and substance abuse disorders. While there may be variations in the coverage you receive, Concern Health prides itself on providing comprehensive care in a timely fashion for policyholders. 

Mental Health Services Covered by Concern Health

Concern Health does provide coverage for mental health services, and can help members locate treatment providers quickly. Mental health treatment recommendations vary for each person because they are based on the mental health concerns and symptoms you’re experiencing. Concern can help you if you are experiencing an array of mental health concerns, including:

  • Counseling: Counseling can be an effective treatment approach for many, if not most, mental health concerns. This can include individual therapy, group therapy, and support groups. Counseling can take place in both inpatient and outpatient treatment facilities, incorporating a range of treatment modalities and clinical approaches.
  • Mental Health Testing: Mental health testing can be used throughout various stages of mental health treatment, especially during the assessment phase. Testing is a tool that professionals use to evaluate current symptoms and their severity, so that an accurate diagnosis can be reached
  • Depression:  Individuals who experience persistent sadness, hopelessness, and helplessness may be experiencing depressive symptoms. Depression can have a negative impact on a person’s day-to-day life, affecting their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Other notable depression symptoms include persistent sadness, irritability, loss of interest in enjoyable activities, fatigue changes in sleep, and unintended changes in weight or appetite. 
  • Anxiety: Anxiety  can be helpful in alerting us of potential danger, however, intense and persistent anxiety can be challenging to manage. Feeling keyed up and restless, irritability, changes in sleep, and appetite changes are examples of common anxiety symptoms. There are different forms of anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, and phobia-related disorders. 
  • PTSD: Post-traumatic stress disorder  develops within 3 months of a traumatic event. PTSD can include varying symptoms including intrusive memories, flashbacks, nightmares, and hypervigilance.  PTSD is a common mental health concern found among dual diagnoses.
  • ADHD:  Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is characterized by symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that impact a person’s development, or daily life. Individuals may struggle with inattention, being distracted easily, struggle to remain still, talking excessively or interrupting others.

Addiction Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab Centers That Take Concern Health Insurance

Addiction is an example of a mental health concern that continues to worsen for those who are unable to abstain from use. The effects of addiction may come on slow, or they may appear fast, based on individual factors. Dial (866) 461-4474 to learn more about available treatment options with the Harmony Addiction Recovery Group!

Does Concern Health Cover Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Concern Health drug rehab coverage may include detoxification, inpatient rehabilitation programming,  partial hospitalization programming,  intensive outpatient programming, and routine outpatient treatment. Medication-assisted treatment and dual diagnosis care are often available for qualifying individuals. This allows members to receive continued support throughout their sobriety through the good, and challenging, moments they experience.  

Does Concern Health Cover Medical Detox Treatment?

Concern rehab coverage can help you with detoxification services. Detoxification can be a required step for addiction treatment, especially for those experiencing withdrawal symptoms and those at risk for health concerns during this time. Concern Health’s services can assist you in your search for a detoxification program.

Does Concern Health Cover Residential Treatment?

Individuals who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health concerns often benefit from in-house, 24/7 care. These programs provide comprehensive care in the beginning stages of your healing journey, ensuring that you have the time and space needed to learn the skills you need for a lasting recovery. Inpatient care is often included in Concern’s treatment options.

Does Concern Health Cover Mental Health Therapy Treatment?

Mental health therapy falls within the scope of counseling services that Concern Health members are eligible for. Concern indicated that 80% of their members who requested counseling services were connected with a mental health professional within 5 days, and that 95% of those who received counseling services were happy with the care that they received.  

Therapy Programs Covered by Concern Health Insurance

Mental health and substance use disorders are often individualized and unique to each individual. Treatment plans can be crafted for each individual using evidence-based approaches for their mental health concerns. Additionally, holistic therapies can be used to enhance treatment experiences by working to re-establish the mind, body, and soul connection.

  • Individual Therapy: Individual therapy is a commonly used treatment approach for various behavioral health concerns, including mental health illnesses and substance use disorders. Individual therapy can be included in both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs, providing a safe space for individuals to delve into experiences and challenges that may not be addressed in other components of their treatment program. 
  • Group Therapy: Group therapy is another commonly used treatment approach for an array of mental health concerns in both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs. Group therapy provides members with a unique opportunity to connect with others who have had similar experiences, which can be a validating and healing experience. Group therapy also gives members a chance to learn of others’ inspiration and hope in their journey.
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): CBT is one of the most widely used therapeutic approaches that teaches you to recognize unhealthy thoughts that you may have, without noticing. These automatic thoughts can be persistent, and affect your feelings and behaviors. When we address these underlying thoughts or beliefs, we often see shifts in our emotions and behaviors. 
  • Dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT): DBT was developed and used in treatment programs for individuals living with borderline personality disorder. Over time, it became known that this approach could effectively be used with individuals living with depressive symptoms and substance use disorders. With DBT, you will learn various skills, including distress tolerance, mindfulness, emotion regulation, and interpersonal connectedness, all of which can improve your ability to cope with mental health symptoms.
  • Holistic therapyHolistic therapies  are often used to enhance traditional treatment programs and can include movement therapy, Tai Chi, art therapy, and various recreational activities.
  • Motivational interviewing (MI): Motivational interviewing, is an effective treatment approach for those who are hesitant or resist to introducing changes to their behaviors. This non-confrontational approach allows individuals to look for motivations or ways they could benefit from making changes, and what would help them get to that point. 
  • Psychodynamic therapyPsychodynamic Therapy can be an effective therapeutic approach for identifying and understanding the root cause of addiction and related behaviors. Once this is done, there can be a shift towards learning effective coping skills for the leading cause, allowing individuals to achieve lasting sobriety.
  • Trans magnetic stimulation (TMS): TMS is a treatment option that may be used when someone has not responded to other depressive treatment approaches. TMS does have FDA approval, and works by stimulating areas of the brain that contribute to a decrease in depressive symptoms. 

Does Concern Health Cover EMDR Therapy?

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EDMR) is an evidence-based approach that is often used in PTSD treatment, and other trauma-related mental health concerns.  It may also be effective in treating anxiety, depression, dissociative disorders, eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Concern rehab coverage may include treatment centers that utilize EDMR.


Learn About Harmony Health Group Rehab Treatment Center Locations that May Take Concern Health Insurance

The Harmony Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Group is a premier mental health treatment provider on the East Coast that provides comprehensive and holistic care for individuals experiencing various mental health concerns and addictions. To learn more about our rehab centers that may take Concern Health members, contact us by dialing (866) 461-4474 today! 

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Harmony offers a multitude of locations up and down the East Coast for behavioral health services. Call us to learn about our facilities and treatment options.

Other Rehab Treatment Programs Covered by Concern Health Insurance

Concern Health recognizes that there are situations that warrant the need for varying levels of care. Behavioral health concerns are influenced by personal experiences, which means that there are often differences among individuals with similar mental health concerns. 

Comprehensive and holistic treatment plans take individual needs into consideration and embrace individuality. Treatment providers may recommend modifying treatment options for you or even adding specialized programming to ensure that you receive support for the different areas of your life affected by your mental health concerns. Examples of commonly used treatment programs among Concern members include:

Concern Health Coverage for Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP)

Partial hospitalization programs are also known as day programs because they typically incorporate a full day (6-8 hours) of structured care during weekdays. This is an outpatient treatment program, which means that you can remain in your home environment, or other community living setting. PHPs can include group therapy, individual therapy, support groups, social outings, medication-assisted treatment, and co-occurring or dual diagnosis programming. 

Concern Health typically provides assistance for members who would benefit from a substance abuse or mental health partial hospitalization program. 

Concern Health Coverage for Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Intensive outpatient programming is another option for intensive programming while remaining in your home environment. This is a great option for those who need intensive support, but do not require the 24/7 support affiliates with an inpatient treatment program. Some find that the adjustment from an inpatient treatment to program to routine outpatient options is a shock in the sense of support being provided. IOPs can be a bridge from a higher level of care to a routine outpatient program. IOPs are typically 3–4 hours of treatment, three to five days per week, based on individual needs. IOP often offer options for medication-assisted treatment and dual diagnosis programming for qualifying individuals. 

Concern Health coverage options typically include intensive outpatient programs for those experiencing mental health and substance abuse difficulties

Concern Health Coverage for Acute Treatment Programs

Acute treatment programs are inpatient treatment programs that typically last 28 to 30 days, depending on the treatment facility. You can find acute treatment programs that treat substance use disorders, helping individuals build the foundation they need for a lasting recovery. This often includes relapse prevention skills, symptom management, and other counseling services. Upon discharge, acute treatment programs can work with you to find aftercare options near you for continued support. 

Concern Health may provide coverage for acute treatment programs for qualifying individuals. We encourage you to contact our Admissions Counselors to explore which treatment options would be an ideal fit for you! 

Concern Health Coverage for Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab options are an intensive and comprehensive treatment option for mental health and substance use disorders. Inpatient rehabs may provide detoxification services for individuals experiencing withdrawal symptoms and those at risk for adverse health effects. Inpatient programs require that individuals reside within the treatment facility for the duration of their care, and provide a full day of structured programming. A typical day can include medical support, group therapy, individual therapy, support groups, holistic treatment options, recreational activities, and personal time. Rehab programs focus on helping you develop the tools and skills to navigate your recovery when you return home. The length of treatment is dependent on your symptoms, and typically ranges from 28 days to 3 months. 

Concern Health policyholders are typically eligible for inpatient treatment options. If you would like to learn more about your coverage options, we encourage completing our online verification form and speak with an Admissions Counselor today!

How Much Does Rehab Cost With Concern Health Insurance?

With the cost of rehab being a barrier for many, it is understandable that you may be wondering how much rehab is with Concern to insurance. Without knowing the details of your plan, it is difficult to provide an estimate. However, the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics reported that the average cost of rehab is $50,469, before insurance coverage.

The coverage that you receive is dependent on the details of your insurance plan. With more than on insurance plan available, Concern Health members receive varying levels of coverage. Your insurance plan may lay out specific deductibles and copayments that you are required to pay for your treatment. 

How To Check Concern Health Coverage Levels for Rehab Treatment

If you would like to learn about your Concern alcohol rehab coverage, we encourage you to verify your  insuranceonline. By doing this, one of our Admissions Counselor’s can gather your relevant information, and discuss how your plan affects your treatment options. This can include any deductibles, copayments, or exclusions noted in your policy. 

Once you have a better understanding of your coverage levels, we can review your treatment options based on your current symptoms and their severities. Our goal is to connect you with treatment providers who will prioritize your needs, and respect your personal experiences. Some worry if it is too late for them to get help, or make any significant changes in their life, and we are here to show you that with one step at a time, it is possible to find new meaning, and re-establish hope in your life.

How To Get Concern Health To Pay For Rehab Treatment

In most cases, once your insurance has been verified, we bill Concern Health directly. We have found that this can reduce confusion about who is responsible for what, and allows you to keep your focus on your program. Money can be a concern for many people, and we hope to simplify our process, easing unnecessary stress you may experience. 

At the time of your admission, we will review the process of paying any copayments or deductibles that you are responsible for, as this may look different for an inpatient care program than it would an outpatient program. 

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