We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping you or your loved one get the treatment needed to live life free of drug or alcohol addiction. We will work diligently to customize a financial plan for your care, and if you have insurance, make sure you get the the maximum number of covered days.

Pavillon Treatment Costs Break Out as Follows:

  • The costs for each program are all-inclusive, except patient-specific medications 
  • We do not bill separately for services like counseling sessions or psychiatric or physician visits
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Programs Include:

  • Detoxification (as needed)
  • Primary treatment (men’s or women’s program)
  • Professionals’ program (care for licensed professionals)
  • Extended Care if needed (men’s or women’s program)
  • Young men’s extended care, if needed

We Work With All Insurance Companies

Pavillon works with all insurance companies, whether in-network or out-of-network, to maximize your reimbursement for treatment. We begin by verifying insurance prior to the admissions process and continue until every claim has been filed and resolved, well after you or your family member has completed the program. We work closely with your insurance provider to provide documentation and perform utilization reviews to ensure maximum insurance coverage for treatment. Although we cannot guarantee any amount of insurance coverage, we will work hard to maximize the reimbursement you deserve.

Before admission, we ask that you sign a financial agreement for all program costs. The financial agreement summarizes Pavillon’s commitment to you, and clarifies financial responsibility so that you can focus on you or your family member’s treatment. 

Pavillon does not participate in—nor do we file claims for patients covered under—Medicare, Medicaid or Tricare programs.

Pavillon Is Committed To:

  • Validating all insurance benefits before admission
  • Pre-certifying insurance coverage early in the treatment process
  • Filing insurance claims to the insurance company for payment during and after treatment
  • Following up on all outstanding claims until they are resolved