At Clementine, our goal is to help make treatment accessible and we are committed to working with families to access care. Just as each individual adolescent has a different clinical presentation, each policy has its nuances, so we look at each plan and person individually prior to admission to determine the financial scenario for each family. Additionally, much depends on the state in which an adolescent is seeking treatment.
There are so many ways in which family members play a critical role to long-term recovery and navigating the challenges within our healthcare system is one. The National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) has an insurance toolkit for parents on navigating our healthcare system, being an advocate and articulating arguments to third party payers. We encourage every family to know their rights and advocate on their behalf. We are committed to helping them through this challenging process. Together, we will lay the groundwork to provide help.
Our Clementine Admissions Specialists can assist you in determining the level of coverage your insurance company is likely to provide. Each Clementine program is in-network with different providers and for different levels of care. We have, at times, been able to coordinate single case agreements with providers if we are not in network with your insurance company.
- Clementine Miami in network with Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Beacon and Humana.
- Clementine Portland in network with Cigna, MHN, Magellan (MHSA), MultiPlan, ODS/MODA, Kaiser, Pacific Source and OHP/Trillium – Lane County
- Clementine Briarcliff Manor in network with Aetna, Beacon Health Options (excludes Empire NYSHIP Plans) and Multiplan.
Do you take insurance?
Yes! We are in network with several insurance companies and advocate for single case agreements with others. One of our specialties is digging in really deep with every insurance policy to navigate the challenging nuances and come up with the best plan for each client.
What does it mean to be an out-of-network provider?
Different insurance plans have different plan options to choose from. For some insurance plans, even when we are not in network, we still have the ability to work with your insurance through the use of your out-of-network benefits.
How can I be involved in my loved one's treatment even though I live in another state?
Your participation in treatment is critical to the overall process. We have weekly family therapy sessions via video conferencing, monthly family programming and, as needed, check-ins. For Clementine, in addition to those previously listed, we have family coaching, daily check-ins and bi-weekly family programming.
What can I do as a parent to advocate for my daughter's benefits?
You are an essential advocate to your loved one’s treatment. There are so many ways in which family members play a critical role to long term recovery, navigating the challenges within our healthcare system is one. The National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) has an insurance toolkit for parents on navigating our healthcare system, being an advocate, and articulating arguments to third party payers. We encourage every family to know their rights and advocate on their behalf. We are committed to helping you through this often challenging process.
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