Center for Valued Living’s Insurance Partners Include:

If you do not see your insurance company on the list it may be a subsidiary of one of those companies. Visit our Commercial Insurance page to find out what company you should choose for your search.

See information on in-network insurance and out-of-network insurance.

FAQ for C4VL

Will my insurance cover the cost of my sessions?

Insurance varies between networks, and between plan types. To find out if your therapy session is covered, please call the number on the back of your insurance card and provide your therapist's name to confirm.

What if I have a supplemental insurance?

If you have a supplemental insurance, your therapist will need to be in network with both insurances. Typically, your primary insurance covers most of the fee, and the supplemental may cover the remaining fee. This is not always the case. please call the number on the back of both insurance cards for more information.

Do all your therapists take the same insurance?

Not always. Our therapists are applied to the following insurance networks: Aetna, Anthem BCBS, Beacon Health Options, Bright Health, Cofinity/DHMP, Evernorth (Cigna), Medicaid, Medicare, Optum/United/UBH, RMHP, Tricare, and Workers Comp. However, a specific therapist is not in-network with each insurance until we receive an approval letter. Please see each therapist profile for a list of insurances they can accept at this time.

How does EAP work?

If you have an EAP (Employee Assistance Program) plan through your employer- you should have received an authorization number, # of sessions allowed, and a date range. Please confirm your EAP plan with your network and give this information to your therapist. Note that none of our providers at Center For Valued Living are able to accept Aetna EAP plans or Anthem BCBS EAP plans, but we do accept the non-EAP sessions for those networks. To see if your therapist can accept your EAP, please see the list of accepted insurances on your provider's profile page.

Do I need prior authorization or a referral from my doctor?

Most insurances do not require prior authorization or referral for therapy. However, some services such as psychological testing may. That does not mean all plans do not require prior authorization or a referral. Please call the number on the back of your insurance card for confirmation.

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