Not sure what treatment is right for you or a loved one?

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Identify the right provider

  1. 1.

    Search for providers

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    Try searching on findtreatment.gov or go directly to your insurance company’s listing of in-network providers.

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  2. 2.

    Narrow the list of providers

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    Make sure the providers you select offer the treatment type, payment options, age range, language, and special programs you need.

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  3. 3.

    Contact providers

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    Once you’ve compiled a list of providers that sound like a good fit, talk to them to see if they offer all the services recommended by your assessment.

    Access to treatment may be different during COVID-19. When you contact providers, ask if they are taking new patients and/or providing virtual treatment.

    Here are some specific questions to ask providers.

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Navigate the insurance process

How can you pay for treatment? What options are available to you? What are some common red flags and how can you avoid them?

Find out here