Payment Options

How Do You Pay For Services at the
Goodman Center?

The Goodman Center takes pride in providing cost effective behavioral health and primary care treatment. We accept most major insurance plans with carriers listed below:

  • BlueCross BlueShield
  • Cigna
  • Medicare
  • Amerigroup
  • BlueCare Plus
  • TriCare
  • MultiPlan


For those patients without insurance, we also offer a self pay option.

The Goodman Center Financing Now Available!!!

Don’t delay effective treatment that may save your life because of a lack of funds. The Goodman Center is proud to assist potential clients the financing they need to get treatment ASAP. Remember that you are investing in your health! Nothing is more important in life than your life.

Financing highlights:

  • 0% APR Introductory financing up to 18 months for qualified applicants.
  • No mandatory payoff.
  • No back accrued interest charged.
  • Interest is applied to only the remaining balance going forward.
  • There are never any costs to apply
  • Applying is easy. Fax the simple, one page form or call ( it only takes a minute)
  • We can help you finance from $200 to $100,000

The Goodman Center works with independent brokers that can find 0% interest short term credit. Fill out the application with the link below and get an immediate approval, sometimes within one hour. No Application Costs.

Click Here ==> Online Application

Click Here ==> Download Application Form

For more information please contact:

M-Lend Financial

888-474-6231 (phone)
888-464-6231 (fax)
www.mlendfinance.com

About HSA and FSA Accounts

What is an HSA?

A health savings account (HSA) is a tax-advantaged medical savings account available to taxpayers in the United States who are enrolled in a high-deductible health plan (HDHP). The funds contributed to an account are not subject to federal income tax at the time of deposit. To get the benefits of an HSA, the law requires that the savings account be combined with a qualified high deductible health insurance plan which can cost less than other health insurance plans. In 2016, the minimum annual deductible of a qualified HSA plan for an individual is $1,300 and $2,600 for a family. A health savings account (HSA) is a tax-favored savings account created for the purpose of paying medical expenses.

What is an FSA?

FSA Flexible Spending Account. FSAs are set up through an employer plan & they allow you to set aside pre-tax dollars for certain health and dependent-care needs. For example, the money can be used to pay for deductibles, prescription co-pays and other treatments not covered by your insurance. A big downside for many: whatever you don’t use by the end of your company’s benefits year will be forfeited. Check with your employer’s Human Resources department for specifics on their FSA. They can provide a list of FSA-qualified costs that you can purchase directly or can collect reimbursement. A few common FSA-qualified costs include:

  • Copays for medical treatments & doctor visits
  • Hospital & Doctor fees for medical tests & services like X-rays & cancer screenings
  • Physical Rehabilitation
  • Dental & Orthodontic expenses like cleanings, fillings, or braces
  • Inpatient treatment for alcohol or drug addiction
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