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The success of Spokane Comprehensive Treatment Center’s medication assisted treatment is found in the number of lives that we have changed.

Countless men and women, from all walks of life, have chosen our center as the place where their addictions to heroin and prescription painkillers ended. The care we provide and the devotion that we put into ensuring that each patient’s needs are met make our program the epitome of effective opioid addiction treatment. Our treatment planning is customized to each patient and includes proven effective medications and evidence-based therapeutic interventions that alleviate the physical symptoms of withdrawal, build patients’ confidence in themselves, and instill recovery skills that can last a lifetime.

Because treatment planning is tailored to the needs of each individual patient, the cost of care at Spokane Comprehensive Treatment Center can vary from patient to patient. However, before a patient begins treatment at our center, we inform him or her about the cost for services rendered to eliminate the worry of unexpected charges and to allow the patient to focus on recovery.

Please note the following important payment information:

  • Spokane Comprehensive Treatment Center does not accept personal checks or phone payments as payment, but we will accept cash or money orders.
  • Our staff can verify insurance eligibility and coverage before a patient starts treatment.
  • Should a patient wish to use his or her insurance for payment, it is important to know that we do require payment upfront. Patients using insurance will receive an invoice for treatment, which can then be submitted to their insurance company for reimbursement.

Our admissions staff can provide you or your loved one with more information about the payment process at our center, as well as invaluable information about our high quality treatment. Let the helpful professionals at Spokane Comprehensive Treatment Center guide you or someone you care about toward the healthy, opioid-free life that all people deserve.