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Getting treatment for a substance use disorder is not optional. That’s why Caron is committed to helping you find ways to pay for it. Because treatment is personalized for our patients, we do not have a set fee. Some of the variables in the cost of treatment include the specific treatment program that is right for you and the additional services or support you need or choose.
We recommend contacting an admissions specialist to discuss your situation and needs. Our specialists have in-depth knowledge of our programs and the payment options available. If Caron is not the right treatment center for you, we will help you find another quality program.
How to Pay
We accept certified checks, cash, credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover), and wire transfers. Payments can be made upon arrival (with prior approval) or before you arrive by using our secure website or contacting an admissions specialist.
Treatment Payment Options
At Caron, we believe that everyone deserves access to treatment. We partner with several national and local insurance companies, provide financing, and offer financial assistance to those who need it.
Caron has long-standing relationships with two lending companies (M-lend Financial and Prosper) that help patients and families pay for treatment. They offer interest-free financing for one year or low-interest fixed rate financing for two years depending upon your eligibility.
Caron provides financial assistance to patients who otherwise may not be able to afford treatment. To find out if you are eligible, please talk with one of our admissions specialists.
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