THREE STEP ADMISSIONS PROCESS
We’ve simplified our intake process
Step One: Assessment
Is Good Heart The Right Fit?
One of Good Heart’s directors will be the first person to answer your call. We will complete a 15-20 minute initial assessment with you over the phone getting to know you and exactly what you are seeking at this time. Using information from this assessment, our clinical director and founders of the program will discuss your case and determine appropriateness, the type of addiction and/or mental health treatment you or your loved one needs, and will either accept your admission, provide prior steps to complete before admission into our program, or will move to refer you to one of the best places we know to better suit your needs.
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Step Two: Approval
Payment Options and Starting Requirements
As your assessment is being reviewed, one of Good Heart’s directors will discuss payment options with you. Based on the level of care you are approved for, self-pay costs will be discussed. Most of the time, our clients use their health insurance to cover the costs of our outpatient program. We are in-network with several insurance companies and at times, there is a zero cost out of pocket for you.. We will talk to your insurance company for you and let you know what they say about covering your or your loved one’s addiction and/or mental health treatment.
Step Three: Meet The Team and Community
Starting the Recovery Journey
Once you’ve been approved, we will schedule your intake appointment at our beautiful facility. You will become immersed slowly into our one of a kind program, will meet our staff, and begin your conscious rehabilitation towards a healthier and more free lifestyle.
Your Insurance Can Cover 100% Of Our Program
Good Heart exists to serve the Santa Barbara community and all who seek the type of help we provide at the lowest possible cost for the highest quality of care. We’ve worked diligently to partner with multiple insurance companies who have vetted our program and agreed to allow us to treat their members at little to no cost, paying for all services we provide.