At Behavioral Innovations, we accept most major insurance plans to meet your needs. Our experienced insurance specialists can assist you through this complex insurance journey.
We have decades of experience working with insurance companies and will speak with them to determine your coverage eligibility and benefits. We understand this can be a stressful time for your family and we will walk with you every step of the way to provide the best possible experience.
Texas Medicaid Insurance
We are excited to announce that Behavioral Innovations will be accepting Texas Medicaid Insurance at our centers. After years of advocacy by autism support groups and advocates for the inclusion of ABA services as a covered benefit for those with Texas Medicaid, we are excited to welcome Medicaid families in Texas to our Behavioral Innovations family.
Insurance Coverage Q&A
Are all major insurance plans accepted at all centers?
Policy coverage depends on the location. While we are in-network with most major carriers, state-sponsored plans depend on the ABA center location.
Do you accept plans other than these?
We will work with just about any insurance company to cover the treatment of your child. However, coverage depends on your plan and approval from the insurance carrier.
How do I know if my child is eligible for ABA therapy through our insurance?
Once you provide us with the policy details, we will work with the insurance carriers to identify eligibility and maximum benefits approved. We will also tell you the exact copay and deductible that your insurance plan offers.
Will I have to deal with my Insurance providers about payments?
We have a dedicated team of billing specialists that will work with the the insurance carriers on claims.
Do you accept Medicaid?
Behavioral Innovations accepts Medicaid through HealthFirst Colorado, Soonercare (Oklahoma), and Texas Medicaid. Please contact an intake advocate for availability.
“I have seen such a wonderful and amazing difference in our kiddo! Thank you so much for caring for our family! We would truly be lost with your support.”
T. Ross, July 2022