Traditionally, one of the hurdles to participating in behavioral health services has been the cost associated with services. At New Vitae Wellness and Recovery, our staff is focused on providing the highest quality of behavioral healthcare and residential services while attempting to keep costs manageable for families. New Vitae partners with several insurance companies to provide “in-network” care; we are also a Medicare provider and work with families to identify and apply for additional funding options.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery employs teams of individuals who assist with applying for and maintaining personal benefits such as medical assistance and social security benefits. These staff members can assist by explaining additional financing options or funding awards that reduce the costs associated with medication management services and other clinical or residential behavioral health supports.
What will I have to pay for services at New Vitae Wellness and Recovery?
Because each person has a different level of insurance coverage and may be searching for a variety of services, it would be difficult to pinpoint service fees. However, admissions staff and administrators can discuss your current needs and preferences to provide service options that work for your budget.
How can I find more information related to costs?
Please contact our Admissions Department for assistance regarding cost and service options. Additionally, contacting your personal insurer may assist with determining pricing for the specific support you seek.
The staff at New Vitae Wellness and Recovery are able to work with each candidate for admission to determine a cost-effective, holistic plan for recovery. Our staff looks forward to supporting your goals!
How long will I need to come to New Vitae?
Length of stay at New Vitae varies with need. Some individuals accomplish their identified goals within the span of a few months, while others choose long-term services.
"As a staff member, I have learned a lot about mental health and I have witnessed many residents transform from a place of fear and paranoia to becoming outgoing, secure, content and able to hold a job in the community and much more.”- Cathy K. (staff)