How to pay for Ketamine

Medical bills are the #1 cause of bankruptcy in the United States.

With treatments that can cost into the millions of dollars, it’s no surprise.

Even though Ketamine has a long history of medical use as an anesthetic, it is only now gaining attention and approval for other applications. For that reason, it can be difficult to get it covered by insurance.

Treatment Resistant Depression is one growing exception that some insurance companies are beginning to cover.

Paying for Ketamine treatment is not always easy. Each session may cost between $200-$800.

These costs can quickly exceed a patient’s price range.

No matter your financial situation, you deserve the best healthcare possible.

Sometimes that means a long and frustrating search for help. Sometimes, your answer is just a call away to a relative or close friend. Maybe a call to your place of worship? Or a community center?

But, what if none of these help? What if you are in desperate need of treatment, but insurance won’t cover it and you have no one to call upon?

You’re not alone. Chronic health problems can cause a revolving door of financial instability.

You can’t work. You can’t bring in income. You can’t afford the treatments you need. You can’t work. You can’t bring in income. And around and around.

This can be a death spiral. Nothing’s more sad than losing a health battle to a matter of money.

There’s nothing more frustrating than finding a treatment that may work and not being able to afford it.

I’ve been there. For my 25+ year health journey it’s taken a lot of people, friends, family, insurance consultants, research, and phone calls for me to make it to this point in my life.

But, DON’T GIVE UP. I truly believe where there is a will there’s a way!

**When you decide to take action and keep knocking on doors, it’s hard to keep you locked out forever.**

I’m going to share with you a wide variety of payment alternatives. With each newsletter I’ll cover another category.

1. Government Programs
2. Crowdfunding
3. How to ask family and friends for help
4. Credit Cards
5. Loans
6. Insurance reimbursement

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