Harmony Health Group Provides Mental Health Disorder Treatment

Our experience as humans is filled with emotions, thoughts, and feelings. If these feelings become overwhelming, it may be time to think about mental health treatment. The Harmony Health Group provides mental health and substance abuse treatment to those who are in need through our treatment facilities located in Florida, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Jersey, and Tennessee.

Our treatment facilities accept multiple health insurance policies and offer payment options to ensure that your mental health treatment costs are manageable for those without healthcare coverage. We strongly believe that access to affordable mental health care can improve the health and wellness of those living in our communities. Mental health services, including therapy and counseling, are available in our 10 locations. 

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What is Mental Health Rehab Treatment?

Mental Health rehab treatment can be used to describe inpatient programs for individuals who are struggling with their mental health. Depending on the severity of your symptoms, and what led to you getting help, your care can take place in a hospital or a private setting. Inpatient programs provide you with support around the clock to help you stabilize.

Once you have reached a point where your care providers feel as though you are safe and can cope with leaving the program, you may then begin developing a personalized discharge plan, which can include continued treatment options. This may include Partial Hospitalization Programming, Intensive Outpatient Programming, routine outpatient treatment, or a residential treatment program. Continued mental health treatment is ideal because it provides you with continued care and support as you learn to cope with and manage your mental health symptoms. 

Statistics on Mental Health Disorders

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How Much Does Mental Health Treatment Cost Without Insurance?

Mental Health services costs can vary widely, for several reasons. The most expensive treatment options are often inpatient care and hospitalization programs, ranging from a few thousand dollars to over a half million per treatment episode. Outpatient care programs tend to be significantly less and can range from a few thousand to $10,000. 

Some of the reasons for these fluctuations include treatment for specific mental health concerns. As an example, individuals who are experiencing a manic episode, likely need inpatient care and medication management. Whereas, someone who is experiencing mild depression or anxiety symptoms may find improvement after a few weeks of talk therapy therapy sessions. The average inpatient mental health stay cost is often greater than outpatient care programs. Specialized treatment options that utilize therapies like EDMR, CPT, or ACT, may increase the average cost of therapy sessions because of the training and experience the clinician is required to have to facilitate treatment. 

Cost of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) Treatment

The Tufts Medical Center referenced research indicated that on average, Americans with major depressive disorder spent around $10,836 in healthcare costs in 2016, whereas a similar individual living without depression spent an average of $4,584. There will, of course, be a significant difference in the price of treatment based on the care you receive and your specific symptoms. 

Cost of Anxiety Disorders Treatment

The average cost of therapy without insurance for individuals who have anxiety can vary greatly. Anxiety disorders, such as phobias, often require specialized treatment options that can increase the cost of your care. Research from 2009-2010 estimated that the annual costs associated with anxiety disorders were $1,657.52 at the time. The cost of treatment may have fluctuated since that time. 

Cost of Bipolar Disorder Treatment

There is no simple number to provide as the cost of bipolar treatment, because of the variations of bipolar disorder. As an example, one study reported that the average cost for a single manic episode was approximately $11,720. Individuals who experience multiple manic episodes may find their treatment costing over $500,000. The cost of care is also influenced by pharmacotherapy.  

Cost of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Treatment

Treatment costs for ADHD vary widely, similar to other mental illnesses. Many individuals benefit from the use of psychotropic medications and psychotherapy which focuses on behavioral changes. Some individuals prefer one method over the other, which will make a difference in their healthcare costs. Research from 2005 indicated that the average annual cost for ADHD ranges between $4,929 to $5,651. 

Cost of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment

The American Psychological Association reported that the average cost for PTSD treatment is $19,640 for most Americans and that the cost for Veterans is approximately $25,684. These estimations include the cost of care, as well as unemployment services that individuals may receive. 

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Mental Health Centers That Offer Payment Options

The cost of treatment can be overwhelming, especially for those who are experiencing financial hardships as a result of their mental illnesses. In an attempt to reduce the financial barriers to mental health treatment, the Harmony Substance Abuse Recovery Group treatment facilities offer payment plan options for those who are uninsured. Continue reading to find a treatment center near you!

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Harmony offers a multitude of locations up and down the East Coast for behavioral health services. Call us to learn about our facilities and treatment options.

Average Cost of Outpatient Mental Health Care

The average price of outpatient mental health care can vary widely based on where you are within the United States, your mental health needs, the severity of your symptoms, and the use of specialized treatment. The Tufts Medical Center shared that outpatient care for mental health concerns can contribute to approximately 14% of an individual’s annual healthcare costs. 

The cost of therapy is a common barrier among individuals within the United States. For many, this prevents them from getting the care and support they need for their mental health concerns. The Harmony Health Group is mindful of this fact and offers cost-effective mental health resources by working with major insurance and providing payment plan options for individuals who do not have health insurance. By verifying your insurance in the form above, you can gain insight into your out-of-pocket costs for mental health treatment.  

Average Cost of Couples Therapy and Counseling

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Similar to other forms of counseling, you can expect to see a range in the cost of therapy for couples. The cost of couples counseling is dependent on the clinician’s educational background and clinical experience. Prices for couples counseling can range from $100 to $500 per session. However, they often fall within the middle of that range. 

Couples counseling can include various forms of counseling including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), emotionally focused therapy (EFT), solution-focused therapy (SFT), and positive psychology therapy.

These approaches can be used to help couples resolve their conflicts, improve communication, and reintroduce intimacy into their relationship. 

How Much Does Mental Health Therapy Cost Without Insurance

We have mentioned that the affordability of mental health care is often influenced by the therapeutic approach and intervention strategies that are being used. These therapies typically require education and experience further traditional psychotherapy education and are viewed as specialized treatment options. 

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Does Insurance Pay For Mental Health Services?

The simple answer is, yes! Since the introduction of the Affordable Care Act, all health insurance plans must cover essential mental and behavioral health services. Therefore, insurance companies must provide some form of coverage for counseling, psychotherapy, inpatient hospitalization services, and substance abuse treatment.

We would like to note that while insurance companies must provide you with coverage, there are variations in the amount of coverage that they provide. Additionally, you may see differences within your copay, deductibles, coinsurance, and exclusions detailed in your plan. 

How To Pay For Mental Health Treatment If You Don’t Have Insurance

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Most of the individuals who receive treatment for their mental health concerns utilize their insurance coverage for Mental Health Care. If you are unsure about what your healthcare plan covers regarding mental health or substance abuse treatment, we encourage you to contact the Harmony Health Group to verify your insurance for you. 

The Harmony Health Group recognizes that there are individuals who would benefit from mental health and substance abuse treatment but do not have insurance. If you are struggling with your mental health, and are worrying about paying for treatment, we encourage you to speak with one of our admissions counselors to discuss our payment options that may work for you. We hope that with our support, you can focus on your health and wellness without the worry of how to pay for your treatment. Dial (866) 461-4474 now to learn more.

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Get in touch with Harmony Health Group to find out about our rehab admissions process, free assessment, treatment options or to check your insurance coverage levels. Your first step to recovery starts here!