Medicare is a crucial health benefit for Ohioans typically aged 65 and older, as well as individuals who have been eligible for Social Security benefits for at least 24 months, or those who have end-stage renal disease.
Medicare is primarily used by Ohioans aged 65 or older, yet less than 1% of residents 65 and older sought addiction rehab in 2017. The 65 and older population has never made up a significant percentage of those seeking substance abuse treatment, but the search can be daunting for those who do need rehab. Many Medicare recipients also have Medicaid benefits, which helps pay for medical needs like addiction rehab, although only 3% of Ohio residents were Medicare-Medicaid enrollees in 2007.
Generally, Medicare Part A is considered to cover hospital stays, and Part B may help to cover partial hospitalization rehab, prescription medications, and screenings or evaluations. Inpatient drug rehab may only be accessible if it is located in a general hospital or psychiatric care facility, but benefits vary on an individual basis.
If you are looking for an Ohio drug rehab that accepts Medicare, you can use the filter functionality to search the state for programs that meet your criteria. Not all Ohio rehabs can accept Medicare, and filter your search results will save valuable time in finding the Ohio rehab that meets your needs.
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