Yes, insurance is accepted, but does insurance cover your condition?

We accept most major insurances. We are unable to accept: Medicare, Medi-Cal, Tri-Care or similar government programs. The answer to the question, “Does Major Insurance Cover Treatments?” is YES… but, depending on the type of coverage you have. Insurance typically will cover a good portion of the cost of clinical treatment and pay a percentage of the different levels of care. RTC (Residential Care), PHP (Partial Hospitalization), IOP (Intensive Outpatient) and OP (Outpatient) services are the different levels of care provided under mental health and substance abuse coverage.

Although insurance will pay up to a 100% of treatment after the deductible and out of pocket has been met, often times there is a remaining balance, due to the insurances determination of the allowed amount. (THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.) The remaining balance is an additional amount that is the patient’s responsibility. Call our insurance specialists at (760) 751-1234 now to receive an accurate assessment and details of what your insurance will cover. It’s a FREE service.

3 Easy Steps to Confirm if Insurance Covers Your Treatment at Crosby

Step 1

Call (760) 751-1234 and speak to an insurance specialist OR complete the online insurance form.

Step 2

We will ask you a few CONFIDENTIAL questions to determine the basic service to be provided. We will verify the provisions of your insurance policy and give you a detailed assessment of the option and what to expect from your insurance.

Please be careful so as not to be fooled by insurance word meanings!

There may be additional information requested by the insurance company. If so, we will contact you immediately. If not, questions go immediately to Step 3.

Step 3

We contact you with an answer, usually within 24 hours of your inquiry.

There is no obligation to Crosby to start treatment, but you have an obligation to yourself and your family to get the help you need!

Call 760-751-1234 for help now!

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