Shasta Drug & Alcohol Rehab Treatments in Arizona
In-Network with Shasta Insurance & Health Plan Solutions
Shasta is a third-party plan administrator that offers flexible and personalized health plan solutions and insurance policies. Specifically, Shasta focuses on plan administration and management for health benefit plans available to Native Americans.
Decision Point Center has teamed up with Shasta to make our trustworthy, efficient, and transparent drug and alcohol addiction recovery services more affordable to more people. As an in-network rehab center with Shasta, we can accept many of the company’s insurance policies, which dramatically reduces or eliminates out-of-pocket treatment costs. If you want to know if your Shasta health insurance policy will work for our treatments, then please call (844) 292-5010 now. We would be happy to review your policy and find a treatment solution for you.
About Shasta Insurance
Shasta Administrative Services was established in 2008 with the goal of making it easier to use and manage Native American-sponsored health benefit plans. The administration of these plans had been notoriously complex for decades – until Shasta, anyway. With a focus on this goal and continual growth, Shasta is now a widely trusted third-party administrator of self-funded benefit plans.
What Does Shasta Cover?
Your health benefits plan through Shasta might be much different from the next person’s. For this reason, it could be difficult to figure out what sort of rehab services are covered by an insurance plan. You do not have to dig through the details on your own, of course. We would be happy to sit down with you to see what addiction recovery services are covered and for how much. The goal is to get you a recovery program that works for you but also remains highly affordable.
Your Shasta insurance might help pay for these popular rehab options and more:
- 45-90 day extended residential inpatient rehab
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
- Intensive outpatient program
Let’s fight addiction together. Talk to Decision Point Center by dialing (844) 292-5010.