Paying For Treatment
Learn more about the cost of treatment and payment options.
The cost of drug addiction treatment is based on individual clinical needs and services provided. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, VA and most private insurers.
We’re committed to delivering the most effective, affordable treatment option possible. We work with you or your provider to find a practical solution that matches your coverage and resources.
Our trained admissions coordinators make the financial component as stress-free as possible. As soon as we learn the specifics of your situation – fully insured, under-insured, or self-pay – we develop a financial plan that matches your means and needs. Our staff collaborates with insurance companies to make the best use of your available benefits. If you’re self-pay, we work with you to create a plan that allows you to begin treatment as soon as possible.
We Work With Most Major Insurers
Does insurance cover substance use treatment?
The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) of 2008 requires health insurers and group health plans to provide the same level of benefits for mental and/or substance use treatment and services that they do for medical and surgical care.
I Have Insurance
Call the number on the back of your card or on your insurer’s website and ask about coverage for substance abuse.
You’ll likely have a deductible, a specific amount of money you’ll need to pay out-of-pocket before your benefits start covering costs. Find out how much that deductible is and how much you’ve already paid towards it for the year. Any medical expense, not just treatment, can count towards that total.
If you have your insurance information you can verify it here.
Don't Have Insurance
The State of California has funding to provide treatment for people without insurance. Contact your The Department of Health Care Services for information on how the process works and to see if you are eligible for Medicaid. In most states, if you make less than $17,236 as an individual or $29,435 in a family of three, you’re eligible for free or low-cost health coverage. You can apply for Medicaid at any time — there’s no enrollment period.