Fees and Insurance
Cathedral was founded on the belief that mental health services should be excellent, affordable and available to anyone in need. Thanks to the generosity of Cathedral supporters, including our therapists who give back by reducing their hourly rates, fees are based on the client's ability to pay.
How Fees Are Set
After you inquire about services at Cathedral, you will have a phone interview with an intake counselor. He or she will ask preliminary questions about your financial resources and give you an estimated fee. In your first counseling session, your therapist will have a more detailed discussion with you about your finances and work with you to establish your fee.
- Fees are based on your household financial situation.
- Insurance, including Medicare, may reduce the amount you pay.
- Clients sign a fee agreement, which is kept on file with Cathedral's billing coordinator.
We Accept Most Insurance Benefits
Cathedral accepts most private insurance, including Medicare. We do not accept Medicaid.
If you have insurance, when you arrive for your first appointment the receptionist will make a copy of your insurance card. Cathedral staff will submit bills to your insurance company. When we receive a statement of benefits from the insurance company, your therapist will discuss with you what effect the coverage may have on your fees.