Financial / Methods of Payment:
We are in network with most health insurance companies that operate in this area. We do all the billing and authorizations. Your insurance will usually pay for counseling and assessments. Give them a call and ask if you are not sure. Always bring your insurance card to your initial intake and/or assessment.
Our self-pay rate for clients without insurance is $20/hour for early intervention and intensive outpatient group counseling.
We do everything we can to assist you with receiving the counseling or treatment you need, including DWI and other “required” counseling. If paying for treatment is a concern, we will assist with deductibles, co-pays, etc. Our assessments are very affordable. There are no upfront fees preventing you from getting into treatment, both our in-person office visits and our online counseling services.
We will contact your insurance company for authorization and benefits. To save you money, it is sometimes helpful for you to call your insurance to ensure they assist you with paying for treatment.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- NC State Employees Health Plan and Federal Blue Cross.
- United Behavioral Healthcare
- Magellan (including WellPath)
- Well Path
- Value Options
- Managed Health Network
- Health Net
Self Pay/Cash allows those without insurance to pay cash for services at a discounted rate if paying the full rate could cause financial hardship. At $20 per hour our self-pay cost is among the lowest in the area. Payment plans may be arranged on a case-by-case basis.
The State of NC sets the ADETS fee at $160 for NC DWI clients. Fees paid to NC DWI Services assists clients with the cost manuals for NC DWI (508) clients. Call the location nearest you for prices on our non-DWI substance abuse education programs!
Insurance companies are bound by federal confidentiality laws regarding substance abuse and mental health treatment. No person, company or entity is allowed to inform your employer that you are receiving, or have ever received, our treatment services without your written verified consent.
You can research “42 CFR Part 2 – CONFIDENTIALITY OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT RECORDS” to learn more about Federal confidentiality laws.
We are in network with most insurance companies: