At Anchorage Treatment Solutions, we put forth every effort to ensure that all patients are informed and active participants in their treatment. This commitment to empowering our patients starts before treatment begins, with a comprehensive discussion to confirm the cost of care and to ensure that the patient is prepared to provide payment for all services.
Because we provide highly personalized care, the cost of treatment will vary from patient to patient. However, the following general policies and procedures will apply to all patients:
- All patients are required to pay intake fees on the day of their intake appointment. These fees may be paid with cash, money orders, or credit cards that have been issued in the name of the payer.
- All patients, including those who intend to use their insurance benefits to fund their treatment, are expected to pay for all services in advance. The manner and frequency with which these payments will be made will be determined during the intake process.
Patients who intend to use insurance to pay for their treatment should note the following:
- We have contracted rates with a number of major private insurance companies, and we will also do out-of-network billing.
- All patients who intend to use insurance must discuss this with the one of our staff members to confirm coverage and eligibility.
- We encourage all patients to sign a release to check their benefits upon intake.
- As indicated in the section above, even insurance patients are expected to pay their intake fees by cash, money order, or credit card during their initial visit.
- In most cases, insurance patients will be required to pay for treatment in advance, then submit an invoice to their insurance for reimbursement.
To learn more about treatment costs, payment policies, or any other aspect of treatment at Anchorage Treatment Solutions, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. We look forward to answering all of your questions and helping you to determine the ideal source of treatment for yourself or your loved one.