Good news! Most of the therapists at Health for Life Grand Rapids and the Trauma-Informed Counseling Center of Grand Rapids are in-network with United Health Insurance. Note: We take ANY United Healthcare Insurance plan from any of the 50 states including Michigan. We also take special United Healthcare Insurance plans including Optum Insurance, UMR Insurance, Golden Rule, and United Healthcare Medicaid Insurance. No matter what State (Illinois, California, Florida, even Maine!) United Healthcare Insurance is through—we accept it and we are in-network!
Using United Healthcare Insurance with our Grand Rapids counselors is easy. Simply bring in your United Healthcare Insurance card and complete the “new client” insurance form with your therapist. Once you do that, your counselor will make sure to use our secure service to submit your sessions to United Healthcare Insurance.
Depending on your insurance plan, you may owe a copay, co-insurance, or a deductible fee at the time of your counseling session—this will be collected by your therapist at the end of session. You may use your HSA card at this time if you have one. Other times, United Healthcare Insurance may pay for your counseling session completely depending on your insurance plan and you may owe nothing for the service. To understand more about your insurance plan, please contact United Healthcare Insurance and ask them what they cover in terms of “Outpatient Counseling.”
Please note that United Healthcare Insurance is actually a separate healthcare plan that is affiliated with UMR and OPTUM, but is not the same as United Healthcare Insurance. Be sure to call your United Healthcare Insurance representative to ask questions about using your insurance for counseling. If your United Healthcare Insurance representative has questions, please have them reference your therapist’s name, and let them know that the official group name is “Intentional Counseling Grand Rapids LLC.”
We look forward to serving you by providing excellent therapy services at this time, while accommodating your insurance plan.