At Take Heart we believe counseling is an investment in your mental and emotional well-being, and we invest a lot of time, energy, and preparation to provide clients with the best care possible. We also set limits on how many clients we see each week to protect our horses and staff from burnout. There is no insurance billing service provided at this time, but receipts are available upon request. These receipts or “superbills” can be submitted to your insurance for reimbursement for out-of-network therapy. Your counselor is willing to work with you to access additional payment sources. Additionally, please talk to your counselor if you are not able to afford or get help to pay for these sessions, as other options may be available for you. We occasionally have scholarship opportunities with our Partnership Program for clients with financial needs.
The following policies are to be observed:
Visit our Partnership Program page to learn more about how you can provide assistance to people in need of services.
We encourage our clients to pursue all possible avenues for financial assistance when needed. If you are part of a church or other religious community, they may be able to help. Reach out to them and let them be a support for you. Even extended family members of clients have been a support in the past.
Pennsylvania's Victims Compensation Assistance Program (VCAP) is a state funded program that can offer funding to sexual assault survivors in the state of Pennsylvania.