Olympus Recovery is pleased to announce that we offer in-network drug recovery with Allied Trades as part of our mission to make treatment for drug and alcohol addiction affordable and accessible to those who need it. Keep reading to learn more about Allied Trades, the Allied Trades Assistance Program (ATAP), and how to seek treatment for drugs and alcohol.

Are you or a loved one struggling with drug or alcohol addiction? Are you worried about the cost of treatment? Olympus Recovery is here to help. We offer in-network drug recovery for a number of insurance carriers. Click the image below to verify your policy will cover treatment so you can get started today! You can also call (866) 305-7134 and have one of our specialists handle everything for you.

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What Does Allied Trades Cover?

The Allied Trades Assistance Program is a non-profit program created to contain costs and promote improved services for substance use disorder, mental health, and related issues to members of Philadelphia Trade Unions, retirees, and their dependents [1].

The confidential program and referral service matches people in need of help with the appropriate healthcare professionals for their mental health and addiction issues. ATAP insurance may cover all or at least part of the cost of addiction or mental health treatment.

ATAP offers coverage for the following:


People who have used highly addictive drugs or alcohol for prolonged periods typically require detox to rid their bodies of the substances in a safe and monitored way while mitigating some of the nastiest symptoms of withdrawal that often push users back into the arms of addiction. During detox, a healthcare team often prescribes medications to help counter the effects of withdrawal and alleviate some of the discomforts.

Some of the side effects of drug and alcohol withdrawal include [2]:

Alcohol withdrawal:

  • Intense worry and anxiety
  • Sweating
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Clammy skin
  • Headaches
  • Loss of appetite
  • Tremors
  • Insomnia
  • Nightmares
  • Increased heart rate
  • Severe agitation and mood swings
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures

Opiate withdrawal:

  • Nausea
  • Sweating
  • Achy muscles
  • Runny nose
  • Anxiety and agitation
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach cramps
  • Insomnia

Stimulant withdrawal:

  • Restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Feeling uneasy
  • Nightmares
  • Increased appetite
  • Depression
  • Suicidal thoughts

Benzodiazepine withdrawal:

  • Anxiety
  • Body tremors
  • Insomnia
  • Increased pulse
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Seizures

 Inpatient or Residential Rehab

The Allied Trades Assistance Program will also cover all or some of the cost to attend inpatient or residential rehab. This type of rehab is a live-in program where patients receive around-the-clock care and monitoring in a highly-structured environment.

There are a few factors that distinguish whether a patient will need inpatient or outpatient rehab, including:

  • The severity of their addiction or mental health issues
  • Their overall mental health
  • Family support
  • Whether their home environment is conducive to recovery or not
  • How the treatment is being paid for

Inpatient, or residential, rehab is generally recommended for people who:

  • Have tried outpatient treatment, but did not experience recovery
  • Have other mental health problems
  • Live somewhere that inhibits their ability to live a sober lifestyle (with other addicts or friends and family members who use, sell drugs, etc.)
  • Don’t live close to an outpatient facility

Outpatient Rehab

During outpatient rehab, patients live at home and attend treatment during the day or evening but are free to return home at the end of their session. Outpatient rehab is best for people who:

  • Have family, work, or school obligations that they don’t want to miss
  • Want to stay close to their loved ones during treatment
  • Live in environments that are conducive to recovery and sobriety
  • Find inpatient treatment too expensive

Medications and MAT

Medication-assisted treatment, or MAT, is part of many in-network drug recovery programs and has helped countless people recover from drug and alcohol addictions.

MAT combines medication treatment with behavioral therapy [3] for a comprehensive approach to addiction recovery. MAT has been proven to increase rates of [4]:

  • Treatment retention
  • Patient survival
  • Patients’ ability to gain or maintain employment

As mentioned, MAT is a comprehensive approach to recovery that combines FDA-approved medications with behavioral treatment, a combination that has been proven effective for the treatment of a number of substance abuse disorders. Detox is usually the first step of the MAT process to help patients stabilize as they withdraw from the drugs or alcohol. Once detox progresses, the healthcare team will introduce medication therapy. MAT is primarily used to treat Alcohol Use Disorder and Opioid Use Disorder with the following medications:

  • Acamprosate, which helps people avoid alcohol use.
  • Disulfiram, used to decrease drinking behavior once the patient has already started detoxing or abstaining from alcohol. The drug causes unpleasant symptoms when alcohol is consumed.
  • Naltrexone, used to block some of alcohol’s rewarding effects.
  • Buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist works to reduce cravings and minimize opioid withdrawal’s nefarious side effects.
  • Methadone, which is a longer-acting, full opioid agonist used to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
  • Naltrexone is an opioid receptor antagonist which works to block opioids’ euphoric and sedating effects.

As part of MAT, patients will attend one or more of the following types of therapy:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Contingency management (CM)
  • Community reinforcement approach (CRA)
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy

How to Check Your Allied Trades Rehab Coverage and Insurance Benefits

To check your Allied Trades Assistance Program coverage and benefits, contact Olympus Recovery at (866) 305-7134 or email us at [email protected]. Our admissions team will help verify your benefits, which may require a call to Allied Trades. If this is the case, someone will call you or email you back as soon as we verify your benefits. Then, our team will walk you through the process of using your Allied Trades Assistance Program coverage to enroll in treatment.

Olympus Recovery Can Help

Whether you’re looking for Allied Trades Assistance Program treatment options or any other in-network drug recovery, Olympus Recovery is here to help. We believe that drug and alcohol addiction treatment should be affordable and accessible, and we work with a broad spectrum of insurance providers to make that happen. We recognize the needs and experiences of each individual client, and our program was designed with that in mind. Our experienced clinical staff was expertly hand-picked and includes Master’s level clinicians who treat our clients with the utmost respect. Read more about our program offerings here, and contact us to learn more. Recovery is possible with Olympus Recovery.

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