Do We Take Insurance

As a Christian faith-based counseling organization, we do not take insurance.

We operate free from moral or theological restrictions placed on therapists by Government licensing and Insurance agencies. 

Even though some of our counselors have state licenses, they operate strictly in Pastoral/Chaplaincy/Biblical Counselor roles within our network.

Most insured therapists require a $40-$60 co-pay per session, and our total contribution rate for a session starts at $85.00.

If you are experiencing economic hardship, please apply for a scholarship. 

All payments are suggested tax-deductible contributions (See Tax Exempt Certificate) and can benefit your tax situation.

Your booking confirmation sent to you after you book via email is a religious 501C3 contribution receipt and should be kept as a record for end-of-the-year tax filings.

If you want to schedule a session, you can start here

You can schedule a counseling session online and learn more about our mission and services.

Get more of your questions answered on our knowledge base.

As stated above, we do not take insurance, and we do not work with the insurance companies listed below:

  1. Aetna Better Health
  2. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
  3. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
  4. Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
  5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina
  6. Blue Cross of California
  7. California Physician's Service
  8. Carefirst Inc.
  9. Caresource
  10. Centene Corp. (Ambetter)
  11. Cigna Health
  12. CVS Health
  13. Elevance Health (Anthem)
  14. Guidewell Mutual Holding
  15. Health Care Services Corporation (HCSC)
  16. Health Net of California, Inc.
  17. Highmark Group
  18. Humana
  19. Independence Health Group Inc.
  20. Kaiser Foundation (Kaiser Permanente)
  21. Local Initiative Health Authority
  22. Metropolitan
  23. Molina Healthcare Inc.
  24. Point32Health Inc.
  25. UPMC Health System
  26. UnitedHealth Group
  27. Medicaid

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