Admissions

At Clearview Treatment Programs, we believe in connecting prospective clients, their family members, and their clinical partners with our team from the moment they reach out by phone or via our web form. After calling us or submitting our web form, a welcoming and knowledgeable Admissions Team member will thoroughly answer any questions and address any concerns.

We know that entering a treatment program can feel overwhelming and intimidating, so our Admissions Team will walk you through each step of the admissions process, keeping you informed from your initial contact to financial arrangements to coordinating your arrival at one of our centers.

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Assessment

If you’re interested in a treatment program for yourself, a loved one, or a client, once your initial questions are answered, we will begin the admissions process by completing a non-diagnostic bio-psychosocial assessment on the prospective client.

This free assessment helps us gather relevant background and clinical information to help determine if the client is an appropriate fit for one of our residential, day, or outpatient treatment programs. Getting to know prospective clients allows us to make the best treatment recommendation possible. The assessment can be completed locally in person or via telephone or teleconference. Our assessments typically last about an hour and are 100% confidential.

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Right Fit Determination

Treatment is most successful when it specifically addresses each client’s needs in a comfortable, supportive environment. Our compassionate and knowledgeable admissions team assists each client in finding the right fit, even if that fit is another treatment program. In addition, collaborate with each client’s current treatment providers or family members to ensure care is fluid, coordinated, and of the highest quality possible.

Before admitting to one of our programs, each client can tour our facilities. Touring our facilities help each client feel comfortable with their treatment decision.

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Entering Treatment

Once the admissions process is complete, we coordinate each client’s arrival, including local transportation, if needed. We also help each client finalize their financial arrangement and schedule a time to check-in. Additionally, we let each client know what they can, can’t, and need to bring; notify the necessary parties; and ensure our program staff members are aware of any special needs or preferences. We understand the decision to seek treatment can be difficult, and we’re here to ensure the process is as stress-free as possible. We also understand that cost can often be a barrier to receiving addiction and mental health treatment. At Clearview, we are committed to making treatment as accessible as possible by working with many insurance companies to help reduce the out-of-pocket costs to our clients.

Payment Options

All Clearview programs are in network with Anthem. Our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center and Outpatient programs are also in network with MHN HealthNet and First Health. Additionally, all Clearview programs are participating providers in the VA Community Care Network. For those programs, our NPI numbers and Tax ID numbers are listed below.
Our Women’s Treatment Center is in-network
with:

Contact us today to discuss which programs are covered under your specific insurance provider.

Additional Insurance Coverage Information

We realize that the insurance maze can be impossible to navigate. At Clearview, we do all the legwork to ensure as much coverage as we can. If a prospective client’s policy doesn’t permit us to bill directly, we will supply them with the necessary information to seek reimbursement for services. We also accept all major credit cards, cashier’s checks, and wire transfer as payment, and have a dedicated billing department ready to assist you with any questions. The costs of our treatment programs vary and depend on your length of stay. For more information on costs and to find out if your insurance can help to cover your treatment, contact our admissions team at (866) 339-3544 today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Clearview offers multiple programs, including a dual diagnosis residential program for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders and a women’s residential program specializing in treating borderline personality disorder (BPD) and emotional deregulation.

Additionally, Clearview offers step-down treatment options with partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programming for mental health disorders with optional housing available if required.

Although we treat individuals struggling with substance use disorders at our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center, we are not a detox or primary addiction treatment program.

Our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center and Outpatient Treatment Programs treat all genders, ages 18 and older. Our Women’s Treatment Center treats clients with diverse gender identities (ages 18 and older), including cisgender females, trans-females and trans-males, and non-binary individuals assigned female at birth.

While our Women’s Treatment Center accepts out-of-network benefits and private payment, our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center is in-network with some insurance providers. Our Admissions Team helps each client understand their payment options and create a financial plan. To learn more, contact us today.

The cost of treatment varies depending on the program you enter and the length of stay. Clearview offers multiple treatment options, allowing us to tailor a treatment plan that works with your financial needs. Our admissions coordinators can assist you in creating a treatment plan that is right for you. Find out how by calling our admissions team at (866) 339-3544.
We accept payment via several methods, including most major credit cards, wire transfers, and cashier’s checks. Financing from an eligible lender may also be accepted.

Treatment success varies depending oneach client’s commitment and motivation for treatment, as well as the time they’re in treatment and their continuing care plan. We’ve found that the more time the client spends in a treatment program, the greater their chance of success. Our complete continuum of care increases our clients’ chances at prolonged recovery by ensuring continued support and a smooth transition as they step down from residential to outpatient treatment, as needed. Before each client leaves treatment, we work with them to put together a continuing care plan to help ensure sustained recovery.