Harvard Pilgrim Medical Detox Programs or Facilities
Harvard Pilgrim often covers short stays in privately run, inpatient detox centers. While in inpatient detox you undergo a safe and pain-free drug or alcohol withdrawal while being monitored around the clock by a dedicated team of medical professionals. Withdrawal symptoms are treated as soon as they develop with a combination of evidence-based detox methods. In some cases, medication assisted treatment options are necessary, and health insurance policies like Harvard Pilgrim often cover short-term MAT.
Harvard Pilgrim Inpatient or Residential Treatment Centers
Most people who attend addiction treatment benefit from an extended stay in a residential treatment center, which could last for between one and three months based on personal need. Clients receive around the clock care as they undergo intensive behavioral therapy and learn how to successfully stay sober once they transition back into fully independent living. It is a good idea to look for an inpatient treatment center that caters to your unique needs (for example, a dual diagnosis treatment center if you have a personal history of addiction and mental illness).
Harvard Pilgrim Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP)
Partial hospitalization programs are a small step down from inpatient treatment, the main difference being PHP clients are able to return home every evening. Most PHP programs take place for between 5 and 7 days a week, for between 6 and 8 hours every day. Because PHP programs include fewer amenities than residential rehabs, they tend to be a more cost-effective option for those who are working with limited (or no) insurance coverage.
Harvard Pilgrim Outpatient Programs (IOP)
Intensive outpatient treatment provides the most flexible level of care and the most personal freedom. Because most IOP programs meet for between 12 and 30 hours every week, clients are able to maintain a full or part-time job, continue with their educational pursuits, or return home after treatment and take care of pre-existing responsibilities. Because IOP programs are the least intensive of any other level of care, they are also generally the most affordable. Insurance policies like Harvard Pilgrim often cover the services provided by IOP programs in full.