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There are three ways to pay. Most often, our patients have their treatment paid for by Medi-Cal or private insurance. Some people may pay on their own. Come to a clinic and we are happy to help you figure out payment.


Government benefits
Your treatment is completely covered if your income is below a certain amount. Most young adults and especially students, qualify for Drug Medi-Cal coverage and do not have to pay out-of-pocket. In our Redding, Chico, Marysville, Roseville and Manteca clinics, you may qualify for additional government funding for your treatment through the 21 st Century CURES Act. Please contact the local Clinic Manager to learn more!


Health insurance
HMOs and PPOs in California are required to cover addiction treatment and mental health services. If you have health insurance, you should be covered at Aegis. For example, health plans from Kaiser Permanente, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Tricare as well as large employers like Wells Fargo, Target and UC System.


We accept most forms of payment, including all major credit cards. In certain circumstances we may be able to offer financial aid with fees.

Aegis Treatment Centers cannot guarantee that every individual’s specific benefit plan will include addiction treatment services. Benefits are subject to eligibility at the time of service and all plan conditions, limitations and exclusions. Please refer to your insurance carrier for information on plan benefits, conditions, limitations and exclusions.

“My son Steven has been battling an opiate addiction for 7 or 8 years now. He has been clean now for 3 years thanks to the help he has received at Aegis. The medication and the counselors have saved his life! My son is now in the process of getting off the methadone he takes every day. He is excited about being normal again – this would not have been possible without the support of his counselor and the medication. This is such an important program for people with opiate addictions. It is really life or death.”