Kaiser Permanente insurance coverage for drug and alcohol addiction rehab

On this page, you will learn about Kaiser Permanente health insurance coverage for substance abuse treatment and how to confirm what benefits are available under your specific plan.
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With the form below you can quickly and privately check your insurance benefits to see if you're covered for addiction treatment services. We’ll be able to tell you if your policy is in-network at an American Addiction Centers location.
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Provider Overview

If you have Kaiser Permanente insurance, and need coverage for drug and alcohol rehab, this page is designed to help answer common questions about Kaiser Permanente, including:

  • Coverage levels for addiction treatment.
  • Types of treatment such as inpatient, outpatient, detox, etc., included in coverage.
  • How to find out if you’re covered.

About Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente is one of the country’s largest non-profit healthcare providers and insures more than 12 million people.1 Kaiser Permanente offers healthcare coverage in specific regions of the country including Hawaii, California, Georgia, Washington, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Colorado, and Oregon. Three different types of insurance plans are available to employers/groups, individuals, families, and Medicare recipients.

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Kaiser Permanente substance abuse treatment coverage is available through a variety of insurance plans, categorized as Gold, Silver, and Bronze plans. Gold plans have the highest monthly costs and the lowest deductible and out-of-pocket costs. Plans are determined by monthly premiums, co-pays, deductibles, and out-of-pocket costs. Kaiser Permanente offers health savings accounts with many of their plans.

Kaiser Permanente offers comprehensive medical facilities that often have doctors, pharmacies, labs, and x-ray services in one location. It is important to choose a plan provider or a provider in the Kaiser Permanente network to reduce out-of-pocket costs as much as possible. You can choose an in-network plan provider and can change your provider at any time.Kaiser Permanente drug rehab coverage is available in certain areas only, as noted above. Rehabs covered by Kaiser Permanente and other addiction services are not available nationwide.


Kaiser Permanente offers Medicare coverage for individuals 65 and older that can help supplement basic Medicare plans. They offer two Medicare plans including the Kaiser Permanente Senior Advantage Basic HMO and the Senior Advantage Enhanced HMO.2 If you have Medicare and require substance abuse services, talk to a Kaiser Permanente insurance representative or your primary care physician for information and a referral to a specialized treatment program suitable to your needs.


Medicaid is a federal- and state-funded health insurance program for individuals and families suffering from financial hardship. Medicaid reimburses the most for mental health care in the United States.3 Medicaid benefits are comprised of mandatory benefits and optional benefits. Mandatory benefits are determined by the federal government and optional benefits are determined by the state you live in. There is a good chance that there are drug rehabs covered by Kaiser Permanente, as Medicaid is reimbursing more and more for these services.3 However, the state in which you live can determine if and how much of these services are covered by Medicaid.

Does Kaiser Permanente Cover Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

Addiction treatment coverage is available under the Kaiser Permanente Health Plan; however, covered services vary based on your insurance plan. It is important to note that the first step in receiving addiction services is to speak to your doctor. Your doctor can verify your symptoms and refer you to a Kaiser Permanente substance abuse facility or another specialized treatment facility.

Does Kaiser Permanente Cover Inpatient Rehab?

Kaiser Permanente therapy coverage is available in 8 states and the District of Columbia. Co-pays, deductibles, and coverage options vary by state. Generally speaking, Kaiser Permanente covers addiction and substance abuse treatment, although it can vary by state and by plan. Substance abuse treatment can include:

For example, under the Silver HMO Plan in Georgia, medical detoxification and inpatient substance abuse treatment services are covered.5

Does Kaiser Permanente Cover Outpatient Rehab?

Under the same Silver HMO Plan in Georgia, intensive outpatient therapy, individual and group therapy, and aftercare support visits are covered. 5 It is important to remember that these services are covered when the patient is under the care of a plan provider and when they are prescribed by a plan provider as an essential component of substance abuse treatment.

How Do I Check My Kaiser Permanente Drug Rehab Coverage?

It has never been easier to verify your Kaiser Permanente substance abuse treatment insurance. You can call the number on the back of your insurance card and speak to an insurance agent, or you can access your healthcare benefits online through member services. Kaiser Permanente may offer specific coverage for federal employees and retirees of the federal government in your area as well.

You can quickly verify your insurance below or call your provider to confirm what your insurance plan covers. At AAC, we are committed to helping you find the right treatment. Our team of compassionate admissions navigators is available 24/7 to give you information about treatment options so you can start the road to recovery today.

Please note: American Addiction Centers (AAC) strives to provide you with the most updated information on each carrier’s addiction insurance coverage, but policy changes and errors do occur. Please check with your insurance carrier directly to confirm coverage levels. AAC is not affiliated with or endorsed by Kaiser Permanente or any of its licensees.

  1. Kaiser Permanente. (2019). Fast facts.
  2. Kaiser Permanente. (2020). Medicare health plans.
  3. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. (n.d.). Behavioral health services.
  4. Kaiser Permanente. (n.d.). Doctors, locations and services.
  5. Kaiser Permanente. (2020). Your 2020 Kaiser Permanente individual and families evidence of coverage.

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Frequently asked questions
What is the purpose of this form?
By filling out and submitting this form, you will instantly receive results confirming if your insurance provider is actively covering addiction related services and treatments or not. If your insurance is in network with American Addiction Centers (AAC) you will be notified by our admission navigators.
What are the next steps?
You will be contacted by an American Addiction Centers (AAC) admissions navigator who will provide you with information to help you make an informed decision about addiction treatment. Our admissions navigators are available to answer any questions you may have as you consider whether treatment with AAC is right for you.
Which treatment centers can I go to?
American Addiction Centers (AAC) has multiple locations across the country. Depending on your insurance coverage, our admission navigators will provide information about which location will best cover your treatment and fit your treatment needs. See our locations.