Recovery program cost is one the top concerns for families and individuals when considering which facility to choose. At FootPrints BHC, our trained treatment counselors will walk you through all the financial costs and make the process as easy as possible.

Depending on the pre-assessment, required level of care, length of the program, amenities provided, and location, we can determine which low-cost rehab options or high-end program is best for you and your family.

When it comes to the recovery program costs, it’s important you ask appropriate questions and expect to receive clear answers. Let us help you make the right decision.

Available payment options.

Insurance

We’re partnered with a wide variety of major insurance carriers that usually cover the bulk of the treatment costs. Getting a free insurance benefits verification is easy. Just call us at (866) 921-8893 to speak with a treatment counselor and we can help verify your benefits with no obligation to admit to our program.

Private Pay

We accept private pay from clients who wishes to stay confidential.

Not sure what payment options to choose?

Speak to one of our treatment counselors and let us help you make the right decision.

Call (866) 921-8893 to speak with a treatment counselor near you.

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