Rancho Milagro Recovery Expands Services to Military Families with New TRICARE Approval

March 18, 2020

Rancho Milagro Recovery, a premier drug and alcohol detox and residential treatment facility in Southern California, announces that it has been approved for as an In-Network provider of substance abuse treatment for those with TRICARE West insurance. TRICARE is the Department of Defense's premier health care program serving 9.4 million active duty service members, retired service members, National Guard and Reserve members, family members, and survivors worldwide.
Now, millions of enrolled individuals have new access to Rancho Milagro Recovery's alcohol and drug detox and recovery programs. The programs address a variety of addictions including heroin, meth, opiates, and marijuana. The facility is also licensed for Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for patients when necessary. 
Judee Tompkins, Co-Founder of Rancho Milagro Recovery, says, "We are honored that TRICARE West recognizes the value of our recovery offerings. As a proud employer of veterans, we have a longstanding commitment to the military community. With a simplified insurance process, we hope to help TRICARE West insurance subscribers begin the recovery process without delay."
Rancho Milagro Recovery's best-in-class addiction treatment facilities offer current, evidence-based recovery practices for drug and alcohol abuse, with programming highly customized to the needs of the client. Programs combine a wide variety of individual and group therapies, including animal therapy, and are focused on creating lasting change. The facility is known for fostering a supportive environment that now enjoys frequent stop-bys from past patients.
Tompkins says, "We look forward to helping TRICARE West members take successful first steps in claiming their right to a life free of drug or alcohol abuse."
Rancho Milagro Recovery recently announced that it had successfully achieved sought-after Joint Commission accreditation for Behavioral Health Care.  For more information, visit www.ranchomilagrorecovery.com.
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