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UMR Information

UMR helps you find the right provider at the lowest cost for over 3,000 commonly used healthcare services, and lets you know who offers the best value and quality. We help you find a professional that is not only high quality and experienced but also gives you the best bang for your buck with fair coverage. Addiction is big business. However, access to treatment is not so big. Finding affordable help is the name of the game for those suffering from substance abuse. UMR helps people find not just affordable, but excellent treatment to address their substance abuse problem.

Insurance for Inpatient Addiction Treatment v.s Outpatient

The UMR third-party system allows for both inpatient and outpatient treatment options. Through careful underwriting, UMR has evolved its behavioral health programs to provide quality services across the continuum of care. Partial hospitalization (PH) is not well-evidenced as an effective treatment for addiction. The highly structured nature of residential programs increases the likelihood that they are effective. Residential treatment is cheaper than outpatient care; it costs about $3,500-$16,000 per month for residential vs $2,500-$8,000 per month for outpatient care.”

How to Cover What Insurances Won't

The UMR Network is a unique and revolutionary approach to better mental health. We recognize that traditional mental health coverage is not always an option. The UMR Network provides a number of affordable payment options, including in-network co-pays, self-pay alternatives, and in some cases, in-network cash rates.

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If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, we can help. Our advisors help those struggling with alcohol misuse, drug abuse, or those with an eating disorder to find the best treatment options for their needs. We’ll work with you to find programs that will give you the help you need without breaking the bank. Call today and begin your journey toward a healthier life.

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