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Accessible Care For Your Teen

HMO, PPO, EPO, In-Network, Out-Of-Network, Single-Case Agreement, Out-Of- Pocket Maximum—it’s enough to make your head spin. You call us because your family needs help. The last thing on your mind is insurance industry alphabet soup. You don’t want to spend your time and energy figuring out what type of policy you have, whether you’re covered, or what you have to do to get the ball rolling. 

Insurance Accepted​

Evolve works with most private insurance companies on an in-network and out-of-network basis. We talk to your insurance provider and advocate for you to maximize your benefits at every level of care. 

We do not accept Medi-Cal or Medicaid.

Call our admissions team for a free verification of benefits.

In-Network Options

Don’t see your provider?

Don’t worry, we work with most private insurance companies!

We untangle the complicated web of health insurance and translate policy jargon into plain language. ​

We talk to your insurance provider and advocate for you to maximize your benefits at every level of care. Whether your teen needs Residential Treatment (RTC), Partial Hospitalization Treatment (PHP), or Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP), we find out what your policy includes. 

During our initial phone call, we ask for your policy details and get on the phone right away with your provider. We get all the information we need to move forward and start the pre-admission process. We tell you if your policy covers mental health or substance abuse issues. In most cases, we can easily confirm your level of coverage and give you an estimate on your potential out-of-pocket costs. 

We're here to help you find a path.

If you call us during regular business hours (Monday-Friday between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm) and we’re able to contact your provider right away, we typically have answers for you by the end of the day. If you call us over the weekend or after regular business hours, we start the process first thing on the next business day. 

If your insurance policy doesn’t cover mental health or substance abuse disorders, don’t panic. We can attempt to negotiate what’s called a Single Case Agreement (SCA) with your insurance provider. SCAs are contracts made on a case-by-case basis so that out-of-network providers can work with your insurance company on an in-network basis. 

Please click here for our glossary of common insurance terms related to behavioral, emotional, and addiction disorders.