The cost of addiction treatment is often a concern for prospective patients and their families. If you are not sure how to pay for treatment for yourself or a loved one, you should speak with one of our admissions advisors to learn about your insurance and financing options.
Don’t let paying for treatment be an obstacle to your recovery!
Our facilities work with many private insurance providers both in-network and out-of-network. Your insurance plan could cover your treatment costs.
We work closely with insurance providers to ensure that you are able to maximize benefits and coverage to minimize your out-of-pocket treatment costs. We can also design a financing plan with you for the remaining balance that insurance may not cover.
If you are unsure about your insurance coverage, call us now, and our admissions advisors will walk you through the steps to determine what options are available with your health insurance.
We work with most insurance companies including:
Each Sunspire Health program will have a different cost depending on insurance policy benefits, so it is best to let our financial team use their knowledge of how these policies work with our facilities to figure out how your insurance plan can best cover treatment costs. No matter your situation, we will work with you to come up with a payment plan for treatment.
There are many financing options for addiction treatment. One way to pay the remaining balance of treatment costs after insurance coverage is by working with your insurance provider to find a health care credit card with low to zero-percent APR, or by working with us to design a mutually agreeable payment plan.
You may even be eligible for American Healthcare Lending, which is a loan service for the medical costs of addiction and mental health care. There are also several grants and scholarship programs for addiction treatment that may be available to cover costs.
Self-pay is also an option at any Sunspire Health facility.
Remember that there is no way to put a cost on securing the health and well-being of you and your family. Starting on the path to recovery is vital not just for the person suffering but for all those affected by the disease. Contact us now to see how we can help you start recovering your life!