Finances at Antelope Recovery

Navigating the financial aspects of mental health care can be complex. At Antelope Recovery, we’re committed to transparency and support at every step of the financial process. Below, you’ll find detailed information on cost, insurance, and payment options tailored to accommodate your family’s unique needs.

Cost & Length of Stay

Antelope Recovery provides quality care with a focus on individualized treatment. The program’s total cost is determined by daily rates, length of stay, and specific fees. Families can anticipate an average length of stay between 4 to 12 weeks, with a base cost of $1500 per week. Additional fees, ranging from $50-$600, are added depending on the child’s schedule and program intensity and are reviewed weekly based on your teen’s progress.


Antelope Recovery operates as a private pay treatment center and does not receive insurance reimbursement. Coordinating insurance reimbursement is the family’s responsibility. If you plan to seek reimbursement, we highly recommend working with an insurance advocate to maximize coverage. Our admissions team can guide you through this process and provide more information during the admissions phase.

Payment Options

We offer various payment options to fit your financial situation and partial scholarships and financing for qualified families. 

Another available resource is Prosper Healthcare Lending, which offers benefits such as:

  • Immediate decisions for loans under $35,000
  • Term options out to 84 months with affordable monthly payments
  • No collateral required or prepayment penalties
  • Fast and easy application process
  • 100% confidential

Frequently Asked Questions 

Does my teen need to be diagnosed with a mental health condition to qualify?

No, a formal diagnosis is not required for admission to Antelope Recovery’s program. Our professional therapists conduct a comprehensive assessment to understand your teen’s unique needs and determine the best course of treatment.

How many hours a week will my teen spend in treatment?

The number of hours your teen will spend in treatment varies based on individual needs and the specific program. Your teen’s treatment plan can be as little as three hours a week up to 20 hours depending on the complexity and severity of what they’re going through. 

What is the cost of virtual IOP services at Antelope Recovery?

The base cost for virtual IOP services is $1500 per week, with additional fees ranging from $50-$600, depending on the intensity and specifics of the program. The length and total cost will be customized to your teen’s unique needs.

Will insurance pay for my teen’s IOP?

Antelope Recovery is a private pay treatment center and does not receive insurance reimbursement directly. It is the family’s responsibility to coordinate reimbursement with their healthcare insurer. Assistance from an insurance advocate is strongly recommended.

Can parents be involved in the recovery process?

Yes, parental involvement is encouraged and considered a vital part of the recovery process. Antelope Recovery offers family therapy sessions and parental support groups to facilitate a collaborative healing environment.

What post-treatment support is available?

Post-treatment support at Antelope Recovery includes follow-up care, access to alumni groups, and continuous collaboration with families to ensure a smooth transition into daily life.

Is virtual mental health care as effective as in-person treatment?

Yes, virtual mental health care has been effective for children, teens, and adults. It offers flexibility, accessibility, and comfort, along with skilled therapists who ensure therapeutic engagement through virtual platforms. Receiving therapy from home also enables teens in our IOP to heal and immediately practice their new skills in the real world. 

How does Antelope Recovery determine what treatments my child needs?

Treatments are determined through a thorough assessment by our professional therapists, considering your teen’s unique challenges, needs, and goals. Collaborating with families, we create a customized treatment plan that emphasizes holistic healing and skill integration.

What are Antelope Recovery’s summer groups for teens?

Antelope Recovery offers specialized summer groups for teens, focusing on topics such as connection, resilience, and empowerment. Through engaging activities and professional guidance, teens are encouraged to explore self-expression and personal growth in a supportive environment — while beating the boredom and social isolation of summertime.

How can parents participate in Antelope Recovery’s support groups?

Parents are encouraged to participate in specially designed support groups at Antelope Recovery. These groups provide a space for parents to share experiences, gain insights, and connect with others on a similar journey, fostering a community of understanding and support.

Is my teen a good fit for a virtual IOP?

A virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Antelope Recovery may be a suitable fit for teens who require more intensive care, such as treatment more than one day a week, but do not need hospitalization or a residential center. Virtual care offers an accessible solution for families in Colorado, particularly those living outside city limits, allowing them to receive consistent and personalized mental health support without the need for daily travel.

Does Antelope Recovery provide detox services for my teen?

No, Antelope Recovery does not provide detox services. Our focus is on offering personalized mental health care and support for teens and their families. If detox services are needed, it is advisable to consult with a specialized detox facility or medical professional to ensure appropriate care and treatment.

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