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The majority of people with mental health issues do not receive the treatment they need and one of the biggest barrier to treatment being cost. One of the main reasons that many people do not get the care and support that they need is that they’re unsure about how to go about paying for treatment.
However, concerns about paying for treatment should never get in the way of receiving a vital service.
At Harmony Hills, we help you understand your insurance coverage as well as private payment options. We walk you through a comprehensive overview of your insurance benefits to make treatment accessible and stress-free in terms of cost.
In the section below, we have assembled the most frequently asked questions that people have about paying for mental health treatment options. If you would like to speak with an intake specialist now, you can contact us online or by calling 855.494.0357.
Absolutely. Most private insurance carriers offer coverage for mental health recovery services. The amount of coverage you are entitled to will depend on factors such as treatment needs, level of insurance coverage, and the particular treatment facility you plan on attending.
To best determine what level of coverage you can get for treatment, it is best to talk with one of our intake coordinators
If you don’t have insurance or if your insurance won’t pay for the level of care you need, there are other payment options. For instance, many mental health treatment providers provide assistance for paying for treatment. Some may offer reasonable payment plans or will work with you to determine the best way to afford the treatment you need.
Mental health treatment is healthcare, so it follows that it would carry a similar cost. In essence, mental health concerns can be expensive but the question remains whether it is actually worth it. When you take into consideration the costs associated with a mental health issue when left untreated (physical, mental, and financial) the answer becomes clear—yes. Mental health concerns impact employment and can even lead to imprisonment, which are costly outcomes. Another thing to consider is how active mental health issues can spur disease and/or exacerbate an existing medical condition, which leads to increased costs for medical care.
When you enter into and remain in treatment, you will begin to make occupational and social gains. For instance, treatment can reduce criminal activity and limit exposure to the criminal justice system. A stay in treatment can also result in improved job prospects, social, and psychological functioning.
Don’t let your fears about paying for mental health treatment stop you from seeking the care and support you need. To learn more about your treatment options, contact Harmony Hills at 855.494.0357 today.