How Is Treatment Paid For?
Rehabilitation treatment can vary in cost depending on the severity of the addiction and the length of the recovery program. The initial detox process has a more fixed price and typically costs $5,000. Further therapy and residential treatments will carry more cost, which will all be outlined in your initial inquiry.
There are a number of payment options available, which all suit people in various financial situations. We don’t believe that money should be a barrier to health, and will try to help you in any way we can if you are struggling to meet the cost of the treatment you need.
Cash and card payments
For those who are financially able to pay for treatment upfront, we accept cash and card payments. Payment can even be made online; we accept PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
The majority of our clients pay through their health insurance provider. In most cases, rehabilitation programs are covered, and we work closely with a number of insurance providers to facilitate this. To maximize your benefits we communicate directly with the insurance companies on your behalf.
Insurance companies we accept payments from:
(This is not a complete list, if your insurance company doesn’t appear. Please contact us for more information.)
Great West Insurance
Finance shouldn’t be a barrier to health and recovery, so we have a number of finance options for clients who would find it difficult to pay for costs upfront.
Through American Healthcare Lending we can help you get finance help for the treatment that you need. They have funded over $5 billion in care and processed 300,000 loan inquiries, and can provide patients with up to $35,000 to cover their treatment costs. Your monthly repayments will be affordable and will continue for up to 84 months, plus there are no penalties for prepayment.
Benefits of a loan from American Healthcare Lending:
Fast and easy application process.
Our refund policy
There are some circumstances where clients have to leave treatment quickly or cannot continue with it, often due to a family emergency or personal reasons. In this case, we can discharge the patient and allow them to continue their treatment at a later date. If the patient would prefer to not continue treatment, a refund may be given. All refunds must be approved by the Executive Director.
Refunds will not be approved under the following circumstances:
The patient refuses to cooperate with treatment.
For those whose insurance costs don’t quite cover everything they need, scholarship options are available for detox and rehabilitation. Either call the number below or fill in the form to be put in contact with a liasison. You will also get more information about what it takes to qualify and be awarded, as well as how much can be covered by us.