Red Oak Recovery® Joins Aetna as In-Network Provider
Red Oak Recovery®, an Asheville, NC-based company, is excited to announce that all Red Oak Recovery® programs are officially in-network providers with Aetna, the third-largest health insurance company in the country. The effort to offer more in-network health insurance providers means even more accessibility for clients needing treatment for substance use, trauma, and co-occurring mental health issues.
“We are continuing to pursue our mission of rebuilding lives, restoring hope, and inspiring recovery for individuals and families, by providing our clients with another way to make treatment more financially accessible,” says Jack Kline, MS, LCMHCS, LCAS, CCS, CTT-2, MAC, President and Founder.
This new in-network provider option applies to all campuses: Red Oak Recovery®, for young adult men (ages 18-30); The Willows at Red Oak Recovery®, for young adult women (ages 18-35); and Foothills at Red Oak Recovery, for adolescent boys (ages 14-17).
With Aetna as an in-network insurance provider, coverage for clients includes Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) services for all campuses, as well as residential (RTC) coverage for Foothills at Red Oak Recovery. This variety of coverage options allow Red Oak Recovery® programs to provide services to clients for a longer amount of time while helping to ease the cost of treatment for clients and their families.
All Red Oak Recovery® programs are also in-network with BlueCross BlueShield and First Health, with the same coverage for PHP, IOP, and RTC benefits as previously listed.
For more information on Red Oak Recovery® admissions and insurance options, please visit: https://www.redoakrecovery.com/addiction-treatment-admissions/insurance-verification/
Red Oak Recovery® programs are located throughout Western North Carolina and include clinically-driven and gender separate trauma focused mental health and substance use treatment for young adult men (www.redoakrecovery.com), young adult women (www.thewillowsatredoak.com), and adolescent boys (www.foothillsatredoak.com).