Medicare in AL
Medicare covers those over the age of 65, those with disabilities, and those with end-stage renal disease. If you are over 65 or have one or both of those conditions, you qualify for Medicare. Medicare covers certain medical conditions, including alcohol and substance abuse. If you do not have a dependence on alcohol but are worried about your alcohol use, or misuse, Medicare provides a screening and counseling service for those who feel at risk of falling into alcohol abuse. Ask your medical practitioner today if they are affiliated with Medicare and how to qualify for the screening program. Medicare will subsidize your alcohol or drug abuse treatment if the treatment is administered by Medicare-affiliated providers, your doctor declares the medical necessity of the treatment and is involved in setting up your treatment. Depending on your Medicare plan, you will receive different services. Medicare A will cover your inpatient treatment while Medicare B covers outpatient treatment services from a clinic or hospital.
If you are struggling with substance abuse and want to re-gain control of your life, your Medicare coverage can help you. Check which Medicare coverage you have, whether it is the right coverage for your needs, and then browse our website to see which treatment facilities in Alabama are affiliated with Medicare. It is never too late to break your addiction. Begin your treatment today.
Medicare Facilities in AL