Summit Estate Recovery Center
Personalized Addiction Treatment for Lifelong Recovery
Summit Estate is a luxury recovery center, but that doesn’t mean rehab treatment has to break the bank. We accept a wide range of health insurance plans and are uniquely suited to assisting professionals in Silicon Valley with detox, residential rehab, outpatient rehab, and recovery to get them back on the job and living their best lives. The first step is health insurance verification.
Summit Estate’s inpatient and outpatient treatment programs accept most employer-provided PPO insurance including:
We offer a substantial “prompt payment” discount for those who would prefer not to use insurance or to private pay. We are unable to accept State, County, or Kaiser insurance at this time. Please fill out the form completely and one of our Admissions team members will reach out to you shortly.
After health insurance verification, we can work with most other companies to find the best payment solutions for you. During your initial call, we’ll be happy to take insurance information so we can help you with health insurance verification and get the recovery process started as quickly as possible. Many insurance plans cover a significant portion of the treatment costs, but if your policy doesn’t, we have financing available offering low-interest payment plans.
Yes! And, we make the payment process as easy as possible so you can focus on the most important thing: your recovery.
Summit Estate’s recovery programs are not “one size fits all” however, and certain factors may affect the cost of addiction recovery treatment, even when insurance covers rehab.
Such factors may include:
Summit Estate works with patients to maximize your insurance plan’s coverage, and our billing department will work with you to handle the remaining out-of-pocket expenses.
Insurance often covers a majority of treatment costs, and the balance (sometimes just the deductible) is most often covered by private pay.
Some patients choose a private pay option, which means that they cover all treatment costs without the use of insurance. If an individual does not have insurance, or doesn’t want rehab treatment to show up on their insurance reports, then private pay is the most discreet option – and is desirable for patients who can afford to pay out of pocket.