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At Valley Hope, we keep an eye on our costs to make our treatment affordable. We offer a variety of payment options to make paying for treatment as painless as possible. Our primary concern is that our patients get the treatment they need.
The cost of treatment will depend on the type of treatment you receive. Residential treatment, for example, costs more than outpatient treatment. Health insurance may cover some of the cost. For those paying for all of their treatment out of pocket, we offer discounts for upfront payment. Additionally, through our lending partners, we offer monthly payment plans to help spread your payments over time. Our admissions coordinators can help you explore payment options and explain insurance benefits.
Valley Hope is an in-network provider for many insurance and managed care companies. Valley Hope does not accept Medicare or Medicaid at most of our facilities. While many insurers provide coverage for Substance Use Disorder treatment, their policies often include medical necessity requirements. In some cases, insurers will approve only a few days or sessions at a time and then require us to obtain further approval for continued treatment. We will work with your insurer to help you get the treatment you need.
Prosper Healthcare Lending is a premier financing company in the healthcare industry. With over $5 Billion borrowed and over 250,000 people empowered, this is a name and a program you can trust.Here are some of the benefits you’ll receive with a loan from Prosper Healthcare Lending:
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Thousands of patients have trusted United Medical Credit to secure affordable payment plans for their treatment. United Medical Credit can do the same for you. Some of the benefits of choosing United Medical Credit to finance your care:
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If the above financing options do not fit your needs, please contact an admissions representative
at the facility you wish to receive treatment to review additional options.
At Valley Hope, we treat everyone fighting the disease of addiction with compassion. Your counselor will ask many questions in order to recommend the most appropriate level of care for you. We use the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Patient Placement Criteria to determine admission, continuing stay and discharge decisions for all levels of care.
As a residential inpatient, you’ll have a safe, structured environment that allows you to focus on your sobriety. You’ll also be able to socialize with others who are experiencing situations similar to your own. You’ll receive more than 40 hours per week of therapy, which may include:
As an outpatient, you’ll attend sessions anywhere from nine hours per week (IOP) to one hour per week (continuing care). Most are held in the evenings. Some locations offer weekday IOP. Sessions may include:
The most frequently asked question about what to bring is, “Can I bring my cell phone?” Patients are welcome to bring cell phones, however, each facility has guidelines regarding usage. Please contact your Valley Hope facility for specific information on phone use or any other item not listed here.
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