FAQ » Paying for Treatment » Insurance


Insurance is probably the most common way to offset the cost of a rehabilitation or mental health program. Every insurance plan is different, so the amount your insurer is willing to cover will vary depending on your provider. There may be a limit on how much is covered, and certain therapies may be excluded. Mental health treatment has become much more accessible due to changes in how mental health care is addressed in the United States. The Affordable Care Act has made insurance coverage accessible for all Americans, and some services may even be free; depression screenings for adults and teens are now free of charge under to the Affordable Care Act. We accept behavioral health, mental health, and substance abuse insurance plans from most private insurance companies. We are an in-network provider for several insurance companies and accept most PPOs. We’ll verify your insurance at no cost, and are happy to discuss your payment needs with you. Typically, most treatment centers will accept:

  • Private health insurance
  • Military health insurance
  • State-funded health insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid

The Mental Health Parity Act

The Mental Health Parity Act stops discrimination so that mental health treatment and substance abuse/addiction treatments are considered equal to treatment for medical health issues. In the past, insurers could place higher co-pay prices on mental health services and employers could limit the number of days their employees were hospitalized and/or attending outpatient services. These historical moves have made it much easier to obtain care. Lower prices and better cooperation within the workplace can help clients get the help they need sooner.