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The treatment planning process at Wausau Comprehensive Treatment Center is customized for each man and woman who chooses our center to recover from an opioid addiction.

Our staff of expertly trained professionals takes into account the unique needs of our patients and devises treatment plans based on those individual treatment needs.

Because we provide customized care, the cost for treatment at Wausau Comprehensive Treatment Center can vary from one patient to the next. Prior to beginning treatment, we take the time to discuss the cost of care with each individual to ensure that he or she is fully aware of what he or she is expected to pay. By having transparent conversations about treatment costs with patients before they start services, we ensure that they can then fully focus on recovery without being caught off-guard by unexpected expenses.

Wausau Comprehensive Treatment Center accepts various forms of payment from its patients. Unfortunately, we cannot accept personal checks; however, the following methods of payment are welcome:

  • Money orders
  • Cash
  • Cashier’s checks
  • Most major credit cards

Our center also accepts many insurance plans. If you wish to utilize your insurance to pay for your treatment, it is important to be aware of the following:

  • Our staff can inform you of the insurance plans that we accept.
  • Our staff must confirm your insurance coverage and eligibility before your insurance company can be charged for treatment.
  • Even if you chose to pay with insurance, we do require payment upfront.
  • Our staff can provide you with an invoice for services that were paid for so that you can submit that documentation to your insurance company for reimbursement.

If you or your loved one has any questions about the cost for treatment at our center, or would like to gain a better understanding of what you or the person you care about can expect to pay for services at Wausau Comprehensive Treatment Center, give us a call. Let today be the day when you or your loved one takes the first step toward an opioid-free life.