Fees and Payment
How Fees Are Determined
An Intake Coordinator will assist you with the registration process and will provide you fee and payment information based upon your particular financial situation. The out-of-pocket amount you will pay varies depending upon whether you have insurance coverage or are self-pay.
If you have insurance (including Medicaid) that will pay for our services, we will verify your benefits and advise you of any deductibles and co-pays which may effect the amount you will need to pay out-of-pocket.
If you do not have insurance coverage, the Intake Coordinator will advise you of the out-of-pocket fee for the particular service you are seeking.
In many instances, for persons without insurance coverage, we are able to provide a reduced fee. The fee is determined based upon your income. The Intake Coordinator will ask you basic information about your financial situation and provide an estimated fee.
For final determination of a reduced fee, the Intake Coordinator will ask you to provide paycheck stubs and possibly copies of your checking and savings account statements. After you have provided these documents, you will be asked to sign a fee agreement form.
Forms of Payment
Payment must be made at each visit. We accept most major credit cards and personal checks for payment. Cash is not accepted for payment.