What is the cost of treatment at DeCoach?

The fees are based on individual clinical needs and the services provided. DeCoach accepts Ohio Medicaid, CareSource, Molina, Cigna, Self-Pay, and other forms of insurance. Most individuals are able to receive our services at no out of pocket cost. Our intake coordinator will discuss the cost of treatment further about specific fees associated with our programs, if any.

What insurance programs do you accept?

Currently, DeCoach is able to accept Ohio Medicaid, CareSource, Molina Healthcare, Medicare, Cigna, Humana, United Healthcare, Buckeye and Paramount. We also accept self-pay patients and are aggressively pursuing in-network coverage with all major insurance companies.

Am I required to attend a treatment program daily?

No, this is a common misconception with Medication-Assisted Treatment. While all patients are treated on an individual basis, many are able to see the physician monthly.

Do you have an inpatient program?

No, we only provide outpatient treatment programs.

Can I participate in the Medication-Assisted Treatment program without counseling?

Counseling has been proven by many studies to improve outcomes and help patients live a life free of addiction. The probability of success in our program is much higher in a comprehensive treatment program that includes counseling. While the frequency can vary for each individual, counseling is mandatory for our patients.

What is Vivitrol?

Vivitrol blocks opioid receptors in the brain, making it impossible to experience the “euphoria” feeling associated with opioids. In conjunction with counseling, Vivitrol can help you lower your chance of relapse.

What is Buprenorphine (Suboxone)?

Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist, meaning that it takes the place of opioids that would have previously been taken. This tricks the brain into thinking it is receiving the problem opioid. Buprenorphine also diminishes cravings. If cravings continue to be a problem, the physician will adjust your medication to help reduce them.