Paying For Services
– A Parent’s Guide –
Insurance Companies We Partner With For Out-Of-Network Benefits
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you contract with insurance companies?
We are committed to your child’s privacy, their confidentiality, and want you to have complete control over their health records. Submitting a mental health invoice for reimbursement carries a certain amount of risk to your child’s confidentiality, privacy and future capacity to obtain health or life insurance or even a job. That is why we do not directly bill your insurance.
We can, upon request, provide you with receipts and a coded visit bill (called “super bills”) which you may submit to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement if you choose. We encourage you to check with your insurance regarding the specifics of your policy.
If you’d like to know your insurance coverage, please see our Clients Guide to Verifying Insurance Coverage PDF. 👈
How do we pay?
Fees are paid in full at the time of service. Payment is accepted in the form of cash, check, or credit card (Visa & MasterCard). As a healthcare provider, we accept Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA).
What about a sliding fee scale?
We do offer a sliding fee scale based on family income and circumstances, which we will be happy to talk to you about when you give us a call.
Do you work with teenagers?
While our clinicians specialize in working with children 2-12 years old, we do have clinicians who are also trained in working with teenagers. Just mention that you have a teenager with our intake coordinator and we’ll get you paired up with the right clinician!
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