Payment & Insurance

With a simple call to (877) 863-3869, an insurance specialist will work on your behalf to determine how much, if any, your medical insurance provider will pay for substance abuse treatment. At Riverwalk Ranch, we offer two comprehensive programs – primary inpatient treatment and extended care (outpatient) – to assist our clients in achieving lasting sobriety.

accepted Insurances

Insurance companies are there to help when you need it most, and in some cases, when you least expect it.

The insurance specialists at Riverwalk Ranch have many years of experience working with insurance providers. An insurance company’s main focus is to find you the cheapest local option available and not necessarily the best solution possible for your needs. With a simple call to 877-863-3869, an insurance specialist will work on your behalf to determine how much, if any, your medical insurance provider will pay for substance abuse treatment or mental health treatment.
Riverwalk Ranch accepts most insurance policies as an In Network or Out of Network provider for many commercial insurance carriers. Unfortunately, we cannot accept coverage from any government sponsored plans including but not limited to Medicare or Medicaid.

We accept most insurances

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...and many more.

Payment Options

If you don’t have insurance coverage, don’t worry – we can help you figure out a way to pay for your treatment at Riverwalk Ranch. We understand that everyone’s financial situation is different, and we work with you to find a payment option that fits your needs.

The available methods of payment at Riverwalk Ranch are:
Cash / Debit Card / Visa / Master Card / American Express / Bank Transfers
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Employee Assistance Program (EAP): If your company offers this program, it may help pay for your treatment at Riverwalk Ranch. EAPs help employees overcome personal issues that negatively impact work performance. Another benefit is that you may be eligible for a 12-week leave of absence under the Family Medical and Leave Care Act. This can be a significant relief – you don’t have to worry about job security while getting treatment.

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