18230 Orland Parkway
Orland Park, IL - 60467
T (708) 429-1260
This is a sliding scale approved program
Mental Health Services:
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services
On-site skills training groups and social therapeutic activities
Individual, couple, and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults
Community-based skills training and skills rehearsal groups
Vocational Rehabilitation and Work Readiness training
Access Behavioral Health operates under a sliding fee scale payment model. What this means to you is that Access Behavioral Health provides their services even to patients who cannot afford care (such as low-income or who people who need to self-pay). Patients will pay according to their income. Be prepared to provide information on your household income.
|Federal Poverty Guideline||At or Below 100%||101% – 125%||126% – 150%||151% – 200%||Above 200%|
|Family Size||Nominal Fee ($10)||Level 1 Charge $20||Level 2 Charge $30||Level 3 Charge $40||No Discount|
|1||$0 - $14,580||$14,581 - $19,720||$19,721 - $21,870||$21,871 - $29,160||$29,161+|
|2||$0 - $19,720||$19,721 - $24,650||$24,651 - $29,580||$29,581 - $39,440||$39,441+|
|3||$0 - $24,860||$24,861 - $31,075||$31,076 - $37,290||$37,291 - $49,720||$49,721+|
|4||$0 - $30,000||$30,001 - $37,500||$37,501 - $45,000||$45,001- $60,000||$60,001+|
|5||$0 - $35,140||$35,141 - $43,925||$43,926 - $52,710||$52,711 - $70,280||$70,281+|
|6||$0 - $40,280||$40,281 - $50,350||$50,351 - $60,420||$60,421 - $80,560||$80,561+|
|7||$0 - $45,420||$45,421 - $56,775||$56,776 - $68,130||$68,131 - $90,840||$90,841+|
|8||$0 - $50,560||$50,561 - $63,200||$63,201 - $75,840||$75,841 - $101,120||$101,121+|
Counties are often responsible for backing services like schools and hospitals. Access Behavioral Health receives funding from either the county or another local government. This means that mental health services for local residents might be offered for free or at a reduced rate. Call to find out.
Access Behavioral Health accepts Medicare, a federal health insurance program for people age 65 and older and people with disabilities.
Medicare covers a wide range of mental health services.
Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) covers inpatient mental health care services you get in a hospital. Part A covers your room, meals, nursing care, and other related services and supplies.
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) helps cover mental health services that you would generally get outside of a hospital, including visits with a psychiatrist or other doctor, visits with a clinical psychologist or clinical social worker, and lab tests ordered by your doctor.
Medicare Part D (Prescription Drug ) helps cover drugs you may need to treat a mental health condition. Each Part D plan has its own list of covered drugs, known as formulary. Learn more about which plans cover various drugs.
If you get your Medicare benefits through a Medicare Advantage Plan (like an HMO or PPO) or other Medicare health plan, check your plan’s membership materials or call the plan for details about how to get your mental health benefits.
All state Medicaid programs provide some mental health services. Access Behavioral Health accepts Medicaid, a joint federal and state program that helps with medical costs for some people with low incomes and limited resources. Medicaid programs vary from state to state.
Access Behavioral Health recieves funding from the state of Illinois other than traditional funding like Medicare, Medicaid, or Community Services Block grants. This means that it likely that these subsidies will translate to affordable or free mental health services to you. Call Access Behavioral Health to find out.
Access Behavioral Health receives State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid
Access Behavioral Health Funds designed to finance the cost of treatment for mental health conditions.
Access Behavioral Health recieves or accepts State welfare or child and family services funds.
Obamacare purchased from the Health Care Marketplaces covers Mental Health Care and Substance Use Disorder Treatment. Under the Health Care Law there are 10 categories of benefits. Mental Health Care and Substance Abuse Treatment are two of the 10.
If you have Affordable Care Act Coverage you will have mental health care coverage.