Fees

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Clinical Services – Dual Diagnosis Outpatient Treatment:

  • Consultation session  (60 min.)  –  no cost
  • Pre-Treatment Assessment / Substance Use Evaluation (the initial comprehensive assessment):
    • –  completed in two appointments (1st is 2 hours at $280; 2nd is 1.5 hours at $150)
    • –  includes intake, orientation, drug screen, diagnostic testing, clinical interview
    • –  an additional individual therapy session may be needed (1 hour) for assessment of complex trauma
  • Individual Therapy  (30 min.)  –  $100
  • Individual Therapy  (45 min.)  –  $125
  • Individual Therapy  (60 min.)  –  $150
  • Family Therapy w/ or w/out client present  (60 min.)  –  $150
  • Group Therapy  –  $50
  • Drug Screens – no cost if ordered by your therapist; $19 if requested by the client
    • –  if the drug screen is positive and the client would like a confirmatory test, the cost is $35 per drug
    • –  there is no cost if the confirmatory test is ordered by your therapist
  • Late Cancellations (less than 24 hours notice)  –  $30     late fee assessed after the 3rd cancelled session in each calendar year
  • “No show”  –  $50
  • Returned Check  –  $35

Accepted Payment Methods:  Cash, Check, HSA, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover

Accepted Insurance Plans:

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross / Blue Shield  –  includes CHI Health plans
  • Cigna  (out of network)
  • CoreSource
  • Humana
  • Medica  – includes CHI Health Plans
  • Medicare Advantage (BC/BS)
  • Meritain Health
  • Midland’s Choice
  • Military OneSource
  • Tricare
  • QualChoice
  • United Healthcare  (out of network)
  • Veteran’s Choice

Licensed in Nebraska as a Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Registered Service Providers for criminal justice clients (adolescents and adults) 

Schedule a Free Consultation Session

Do you want to meet with a therapist to discuss your goals and how you can benefit from therapy? Contact us at (402) 486-1101 to schedule a free consultation session or visit the Schedule Appointments page.

 


 

Recovery is a journey, not a destination.