flowers135-225x300In an ideal world, the decision to seek treatment for an eating disorder like Anorexia or Bulimia is one that should not be hampered by your ability pay for the treatment.

However, many people suffering from eating disorders (or their parents and loved ones) do factor in the cost of treatment before reaching out for help. They’re worried about the cost of treatment. They’re worried about how they’ll be able to pay for the structured programs, residential care facilities and the potential additional cost of specialized doctor care.

At Canopy Cove, we recognize the process of seeking treatment can be overwhelming and confusing – as well as expensive – so we are committed to helping you every step of the way.

Insurance companies can help pay for eating disorder treatment.

We are willing to work with your insurance company on your behalf!

Yes – your insurance may help cover the costs of seeking treatment. And since dealing with insurance companies can be a stressful and complicated process, we are willing to work with your insurance company on your behalf in an effort to reduce some of the tension that can be associated with finding appropriate care.

Because each insurance policy is unique, we will need to check your personal benefits in order for us to verify that your specific policy provides coverage for treatment at Canopy Cove. An insurance specialist is willing and ready to do this for you.

We currently work with a number of healthcare providers, some of these include:

  • United Healthcare
  • Value Options
  • Beechstreet
  • PHCS
  • Many Others

Canopy Cove is committed to helping its clients get the help the need – and get the help they deserve. Don’t let the cost of treatment or the hassle of dealing with your insurance company keep you from finding a solution for your eating disorder treatment.

Please call us at 1-800-236-7524

Canopy Cove’s Eating Disorder Treatment Programs offer compassionate, comprehensive treatment for females, males, adolescents, and adults, who are struggling with Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorders and Co-Existing Diabetes, Depression, and Anxiety. Equine-Assisted Therapy is an weekly part of the Recovery process at Canopy Cove.