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We’ll be able to tell you if your behavioral health insurance carrier is in-network with us. This means your treatment may be eligible for a low deductible depending on your policy and copay. With a few details, we are able to connect with insurance carriers across the country to instantly provide you with your coverage information.

For instant behavioral health insurance verification please call us at any time.

Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Center
We Level Up FL is a primary mental health center offering Dual Diagnosis treatment for secondary SUD cases. Accepting most mental health insurance polocies.

We Level Up FL rehab offers:

  • Free life-long client alumni program.
  • Free life-long family support program
  • Specialized inpatient addiction treatment teams
  • Complex Dual Diagnosis co-occurring secondary Mental Health Treatment

We Level Up FL treatment center:

  • Accepts most insurance carriers
  • Provides affordable monthly plans
  • And affordable private pay plans
  • Now accepting Crypto-currency Addiction plus Dual Diagnosis secondary co-occurring behaviroal treatment payment option

FREE 24 hour Hotline: Get a free consultation on your best fitting treatment programs along with free rehab insurance verification.

We Level Up Treatment Centers accepts most rehab insurers including but not limited to:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem
  • Anthem BCBS of Georgia
  • Anthem BCBS of Vermont
  • BCBS of Illinois
  • BCBS of NC
  • Carefirst
  • Cigna
  • Emblem/Beacon
  • Empire BCBS of NY
  • Excellus
  • Florida Blue
  • Med Mutual
  • Premera
  • Regence

Mental Health Rehab Insurance Accepted

Call today for your private & complimentary instant rehab insurance verification. There’s never any obligation.

Most rehab insurance accepted
Most rehab insurance is accepted. Call to get a free no-obligation rehab insurance check.

We Level Up FL treatment center is a behavioral treatment provider accepting most major insurance like:


The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association owns 36 health insurance companies, independent and locally operated, operating nationwide & comprising the Blue Cross Blue Shield Mental Health Insurance Benefits System.

Commonly referred to as “The Blues” or “BCBS,” Blue Cross and Blue Shield have over half of all federal employees enrolled in their network, as part of the Federal Employee Program.

United Healthcare

As one of the nation’s largest health insurance providers, United Healthcare Mental Health Insurance (UHC) offers an array of behavioral health insurance policies with varying degrees of coverage.

While the vast majority of UHC mental health plans provide assistance for mental health treatment, the payment of services and upfront costs fluctuate based on the policy and location.


A global health organization, Cigna Mental Health Insurance has more than 86 million customer relationships around the world. Recovery services may consist of:

Behavioral Health Insurance Plans

Sometimes coverage for behavioral health insurance benefits is carved out by a medical insurance plan or your employer. The carve-out may be to a stand-alone Behavioral Health Insurance policy. You can learn more or see if your behavioral health insurance policy is carved out by connecting with your behavioral health insurance plan using the phone number located on your member ID card. You can also ask your company Human Resources representative.

To get help, find out more, or to learn if your coverage does NOT include a separate Behavioral Health Insurance Carve-Out, you can always consult with us. 

What are the Types of Behavioral Health Insurance Providers?

Behavioral Health Insurance providers may include Behavioral Health Insurance Centers and Behavioral Health Insurance Rehab facilities to clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, secondary substance abuse disorder counselors, among others.

What is a Qualified Behavioral Health Insurance Provider?

A Qualified Behavioral Health Insurance provider or QBHP builds a nurturing client engagement with the purpose of enabling patients and their support networks like family and friends to actively engage in mental health treatment.

We’re Ready When You Are

Need help to understand your behavioral health insurance rights for medically necessary treatment when working and taking time off? Our specialists can help you understand how the Family and Medical Leave Act, FMLA works. And what could be most applicable in your situation? Many of our team members have been where you are and can speak from their personal experience navigating insurance to taking time off from work to get treatment.