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Payment Options for The Raleigh House

Payment Options

Addiction Recovery Treatment Program Payment & Cost Details

The cost of treatment shouldn’t be a roadblock to recovery. There are a variety of ways to pay for treatment at The Raleigh House, including insurance, self-payment and even healthcare financing through Prosper Healthcare. Learn more about your payment options below:

Insurance Coverage for Rehabilitation

We can work with most insurance providers on an out-of-network basis.

Common insurance carriers we may be able to work with include:


Some of our clients choose to self-pay for their treatment plan. If private-pay is not an option for you, or you would like to learn more about financing options, call our Admissions line at 720.307.6337.

Healthcare Financing

For those seeking financial assistance for alcohol or drug rehabilitation or mental health care, Prosper Healthcare Lending can help cover out-of-pocket costs such as coinsurance or deductibles. It’s a no-risk process, and you’ll receive a lending decision in minutes without impacting your credit. Loan terms can go as far out as 84 months, keeping monthly payments low. Additionally, it’s not a credit card – it’s simply an installment loan with no retroactive interest or pre-payment penalties.

Contact The Raleigh House

For more information about how to pay for the our program, please contact The Raleigh House to have a conversation about what options are right for your unique situation. Call us at 720.307.6337 or contact us online to discover how we can help you, or someone you love, start a new life.

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