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There are numerous barriers to receiving mental health treatment, including limited access to care, social stigma, and feeling of guilt or shame. Financial responsibilities and the cost of treatment are the biggest obstacles for most. Mental health disorders require professional treatment, just like physical illnesses. At Harmony Hills, we help clients overcome the barrier of paying for mental health treatment by working closely with insurance companies like United Healthcare to help make mental health treatment more affordable.
Our intake specialists are well versed in working with insurance companies, including United Healthcare, to determine your level of coverage, make treatment more affordable, and allow you to focus on recovery. Contact an intake specialist today by calling 855.494.0357.
Since the inception of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2008, all insurance companies have been required to provide coverage for behavioral and mental health care. Further, parity laws are federal and state regulations that remove restrictions on access to mental health care and obligate insurance companies to provide mental health coverage at the same levels as physical health coverage.
One of the most confusing parts of navigating insurance benefits is understanding the difference between in-network and out-of-network healthcare providers. Being in-network means that a particular mental health provider, such as Harmony Hills, has a contract with an insurance company to accept more coverage for its members, and the insurance company provides referrals to that healthcare provider. Ultimately, when an insurance company is in-network, individuals save money on treatment.
Recognized as the nation’s #1 health insurance company, United Healthcare provides millions of Americans comprehensive mental health insurance coverage. United Healthcare partners with over one million physicians, care providers, and over 6,500 hospitals and care facilities to make accessing care simple and easy to navigate.
United Healthcare must provide behavioral and mental health coverage like all health insurance companies. When paying for mental health treatment with United Healthcare, the benefits you are eligible for will depend on where you live and your specific insurance plan. Your United Healthcare mental health treatment coverage may include:
Health insurance plans cover all mental health diagnoses recognized in the DSM-5. They do not provide blanket coverage for every service or level of care. Therefore, it is essential to understand what your United Healthcare policy covers. Harmony Hills intake specialists are here to provide a comprehensive overview of your United Healthcare benefits and options for out-of-pocket expenses.
Harmony Hills stands firmly behind our belief that paying for mental health or dual diagnosis treatment should never get in the way of receiving the help you need. Our goal is to make treatment accessible and stress-free regarding costs, and our intake specialists will help you understand your insurance coverage and private payment options.
Our 80-acre rural campus offers a safe, serene, welcoming environment where you will receive evidence-based, holistic treatments for mental health conditions, including:
We understand that the impacts of mental health disorders affect all areas of life, so we design our approach to individualized treatment to heal the whole person, body, mind, and spirit. Clients can access high-quality nutrition, physical fitness programs, life skills training, and mindfulness practices like yoga and meditation. Amenities, including our Olympic-sized swimming pool, hiking trails, gym, and low client-to-staff ratios, make your stay more comfortable.
Harmony Hills is committed to improving the lives of our clients and their families through science-based, integrative treatment approaches. Do not let fear of paying for treatment prevent you from seeking help. Reach out to the Harmony Hills team today to learn more about paying for mental health treatment with United Healthcare. Reach out online or call 855.494.0357. Our team is available around the clock.