Understanding Tricare: A Lifeline for Our Nation’s Heroes
Tricare is a health care program that offers broad coverage to uniformed service members, veterans, and their families. Recognizing the profound impact of mental health and substance use disorders, Tricare residential treatment coverage provides a wide range of benefits for treatment, including inpatient services at Tricare approved residential treatment centers.
Does Tricare Cover Residential Treatment?
Tricare provides coverage at Tricare approved residential treatment centers.
Tricare recognizes that for many individuals, overcoming addiction or managing mental health disorders requires intensive, round-the-clock care that residential treatment programs offer.
The specific extent of coverage depends on the particular Tricare plan, but policyholders can typically expect coverage for medically necessary services at Tricare residential treatment centers. These services may include supervised detoxification, psychotherapy, medication management, and follow-up care at Tricare residential treatment facilities like Profound.
To learn more about how to afford residential treatment, refer to these helpful guides:
Profound Treatment: Your Tricare-Approved Provider for Residential Treatment
As a Tricare-approved provider, Profound Treatment offers a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to residential treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health conditions.
Our team of highly trained medical professionals and therapists provide a supportive and safe environment for recovery, focusing on treating the whole person, not just their addiction or mental health disorder.
Our residential treatment program revolves around a continuum of care model, which includes thorough evaluation, personalized treatment planning, and ongoing assessment throughout the treatment process.
We use a variety of therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing, designed to address the emotional, psychological, and social factors of addiction and mental health disorders.