Payment Options for Services

No Charge: The majority of our customers are without sufficient resources to pay for services. As a contract provider of the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County, CenterPoint receives an allocation which pays for services provided to those customers.

Sliding Fee Scale: For customers who have a source of income yet fall within 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, CenterPoint applies a sliding fee scale. The amount of payment is calculated at the time a customer’s intake/assessment.

Medicaid: CenterPoint accepts Medicaid payment for services, including Caresource, Wellcare, Buckeye Health.

Private Insurance: Unfortunately, CenterPoint cannot accept payments from customers’ private insurance at this time.

Access To Recovery (ATR) Vouchers: Funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and administered at the state level by ODADAS, the ATR grant’s focus is to provide community and faith-based treatment and recovery support service choices for adults residing in the four-county territory (Mahoning, Cuyahoga, Stark, Summit, and Loraine) who suffer from a substance abuse disorder; have undergone an alcohol and other drug assessment within the past year; have a household income of 200 percent or less of the federal poverty level; and have had recent criminal justice involvement in Ohio.

In Cuyahoga County, potential customers first meet with a Benefits Coordinator at either Oriana House (216-881-7882) or Hispanic Urban Minority Alcohol & Drug Addiction Outreach Program (HUMADAOP; 216-459-1222.) Service needs are determined, and customers can then select their choice of provider(s) from an approved list.

ATR provides free access to alcohol and other drug treatment and recovery support services to Ohio National Guard service members, all active duty personnel and veterans who live in Cuyahoga, Lorain, Mahoning, Stark and Summit Counties, who are struggling with substance abuse issues, and who do not currently have health insurance coverage to obtain services – including, but not limited to, outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment, counseling, parenting classes, employment training, transportation assistance, transitional housing, childcare and support groups – military service members may do one of three things: 1) Make an appointment with Ohio National Guard Prevention and Treatment Outreach Coordinator Sergeant Cheryl Danielson (614-336-6444); 2) Make an appointment with Ohio National Guard Director of Psychological Health Jeremy Kaufman, Psy.D. (614-336-7246); 3) Contact an ATR Benefits Coordination site in their county of residence for an anonymous referral.

Ryan White Title 1: CenterPoint is a contract provider of Ryan White Title 1 services for eligible clients.