Good Faith Estimate
By law counselors need to give their uninsured clients who are paying cash or clients who are opting out of using their insurance and are paying cash an estimate of the expected bill for psychotherapy services.
- This is to inform you of your right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected bill of any non-emergency counseling services.
- Be sure your counselor gives you a written Good Faith Estimate at least one business day before the first appointment and save it for reference.
- You have the right to dispute a bill that is at least $400 over your Good Faith Estimate.