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Payment Options

Revival Recovery Services understands the pain, hardship and suffering you and your love ones have experienced. We have a wide range of payment options to help simmer the financial hardship this may cause.

Private Pay

There are several payment options available. (Cash, Credit Cards, Personal Check, Cashier Check, PayPal)

My Treatment Lender

My Treatment Lender

My Treatment Lender can cover people with good credit as well as people with less than perfect credit.

Please go to our page at www.mytreatmentlender.com/revivalrecoveryservices for full information and to apply for a loan to cover your recovery services.

My Treatment Lender

Insurance

If you need medical/treatment insurance, Revival can help you find a policy that will fit your needs.

Revival will contact your insurance company for you and verify benefits and eligibility then discuss the BEST option for you. There is no fee for this and minimal personal information needed.

Most Insurance accepted – Including Out of Network

Health Net, Anthem, MHN Company, Aetna, Unicare, United HealthCare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, PacifiCare, Cigna, Union Plans, Humana, Ameri Health, MVP Health Care, GEHA Health Plans, APS Healthcare, United Health Care, Value Options…

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Insurance Companies

To verify your insurance plan please call now (760) 887-1632

For more information please call (760) 887-1632 or email info@revivalrecoveryservices.com

When calling Revival Recovery Services you will speak with Ray Perea – Facility Director or Janet Perea – Executive Director. Both are specialized in Crisis Response, Crisis Prevention and Recovery Options. This helps provide better communication with the client and love ones so that there is a better understanding of the program and decisions made.

Please fill out the below request form and Revival will do the rest and contact you immediately.

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