FRN Facilities in Tennessee and Georgia now in network with Cigna statewide for multiple outpatient and residential locations
October 31, 2018 (Brentwood, TN) – Foundations Recovery Network (FRN), a recognized leader in the field of integrated treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health concerns, is proud to announce new in-network insurance options with Cigna HealthCare Insurance, Inc. This gives more people access to FRN’s evidence-based treatment, with outcomes that consistently exceed the national average.
Foundations Recovery Network is committed to creating lifetime relationships for long-term recovery. These expanded insurance options give FRN the ability to build stronger relationships as the company strives to be the last call anyone needs to make when struggling with an addiction. Our clinical staff is honored to work with those insured with Cigna as we aspire to demonstrate positive outcomes for this patient population.
FRN is particularly honored to partner with Cigna as they have made a substantial effort to fight addiction in America. Through their partnership with prescribing clinicians, they exceeded their initial timeline and saw a 25 percent reduction in opioid use among its customers. Also, this year they have initiated a customer-focused initiative focused on prevention. The goal is to better equip patients to have informed conversations with their healthcare providers about their pain and the risks and benefits associated with opioid prescriptions.
FRN’s in-network status expands coverage options at The Oaks at La Paloma, a residential treatment center located in Memphis, and FRN’s two Tennessee outpatient locations, Foundations Memphis and Foundations Nashville. Also, included in the new coverage are FRN’s group of Georgia facilities including residential Black Bear Lodge and Atlanta-area outpatient locations Foundations Midtown and Foundations Roswell.
About Foundations Recovery Network
Foundations Recovery Network (FRN) is a recognized leader in the field of integrated treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders, with six residential facilities and 13 intensive outpatient programs. Each facility focuses on patient-centered care and an individualized approach, upholding a high standard of innovative treatment and compassionate attention to each patient’s needs. In 2015, FRN became the Addiction Services Division for Universal Health Services.
For more information, visit FoundationsRecoveryNetwork.com.