My health insurance will not pay for drug and alcohol treatment, what should I do?
Pennsylvania law requires that most insurance plans provide drug and alcohol treatment coverage. It is important that you understand your coverage and that you can appeal any decisions by the insurance company that do not provide you with the full benefit to which you are entitled. You can also call the Insurance Advocacy Service at 1-800-221-6333. The advocate’s role is to help you obtain the benefit you are entitled to.

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1. Someone I know has an alcohol and/or drug problem. Where can they go for help?
2. Where can I get a list of AA/NA meetings?
3. I think my child may be using drugs, what should I do?
4. I don't have health insurance, how can I get treatment?
5. My health insurance will not pay for drug and alcohol treatment, what should I do?
6. I've been arrested for DUI - what should I do?
7. Is drug and alcohol treatment confidential?
8. My group is interested in a speaker to address alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues, can you tell me where to find a speaker?
9. My organization is sponsoring a health fair, where can I get materials to share regarding alcohol, tobacco, and drugs?