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Breaking Down Barriers: Quality Therapy for Everyone, Healing, Self-discovery, Empowerment, Support

We Accept Many Insurance Plans 

At our Mental Health Practice, we're committed to providing affordable and accessible mental health care to our clients. That's why we accept most major insurance plans, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Highmark, Cigna, United Healthcare, Ameri-health, Aetna, and Medicaid. Our admin team is here to help you navigate any insurance-related questions you may have during the intake process.

                                                                     Insurance Companies We don't Accept
We accept most major insurance providers, however, we do not accept Medicare or any Keystone Insurance Companies, Any BlueCross Blue Shields Plans that are not a PPO plan and, or any Out of State Medicaid. If your insurance provider is not within our network, we will gladly provide you with a receipt after each visit. You can use this receipt to submit a super bill to your insurance for potential reimbursement if the service qualifies for coverage.

Self Pay

We believe that mental health care should be accessible to everyone. At Rising Hope Therapy, we welcome clients without insurance coverage to our self-pay option. With flexible payment arrangements for session fees, we strive to make our services affordable to everyone. Our individual sessions start at $140.00, and couples or family sessions start at $160.

    Do we offer a Sliding Scale ?

Yes We do, A sliding scale is when services  are adjusted depending on an individual's income. They are set usually to allow for fairness and to address income inequality. The higher your income, the more you will pay, the lower your income, the less you will pay. For example here at Rising Hope Therapy Rates start $140.00 based upon your income it might decrease to  80 dollars it would all depended  on your income, We attempt to help all individuals in best way possible

   Will I have a Co-Pay Or Deductible 

Whether you have to pay a co-pay or deductible depends on the details of your insurance plan Co-Pay: This is a fixed, usually small amount you pay each time you visit a healthcare provider. It's like a simple, predictable fee. Deductible: This is the amount you must pay out of your own pocket before your insurance starts covering your healthcare costs. It's like a threshold you need to cross. Our Admin Team Will let you know if you have a co-pay or deductible and how they apply to your services

 We Accept Forms Of Payments For Co-pays, Deductibles & Self Pay Rates In Cash, Check & All major Debit & Credit Cards

Click Here To Learn How To Apply To Medicaid 

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