Insurance Information

isurance info

Some of the major insurers we have contracts with include:

  • Atrium
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • Blue Plus
  • Cigna
  • Duluth Building Trades
  • Epic
  • Federal Employee Program
  • First Plan
  • Health Partners
  • Medicare
  • Medica
  • Medical Assistance
  • Minnesota Power
  • Operating Engineers Local #49
  • Potlatch Preferred One
  • Preffered One
  • Security Health
  • State Employee Insurance
  • TriCare/Champus
  • United Behavioral Health
  • UCare
  • United Health Care
  • Zenith Administration

Arrowhead Psychological Clinic has contracts with hundreds of different insurance companies.

We have contracts with many other insurance companies and to help find out if your insurance covers our services, we recommended contacting us with your insurance information to determine coverage. Our office staff will contact the company to determine benefits prior to your appointment.

Our therapist will also offer a "sliding fee scale" for individuals without insurance.

State and federal laws often mandate mental health benefits so there is a good chance this will be covered. Arrowhead Psychological Clinic works with insurance companies on a daily basis and can assist in determining your eligibility.

If you have specific insurance or coverage questions, click here!

Service and Initial Appointment Information

During an initial appointment a counselor/psychologist and/or psychiatrist, often work with individuals and families to determine the nature of the issue. From there, the goal of this initial meeting is to determine what type of intervention would help improve the client's current situation both immediately and in the long run.

Common Questions Often Include:

Q: Do I really need therapy?
A: It is fairly common for individuals to schedule an appointment when they "have tried everything" and "don't know what to do about it anymore." Here are some questions to ask yourself:

  • Do my problems affect my health?
  • Are my relationships with others being affected?
  • Am I sleeping more or less?
  • Are there changes in my diet?
  • Am I more irritable, or has my mood changed?
  • Is it hard for me to focus or concentrate at work or school?
  • Have I experienced a recent loss or trauma?
  • Am I using more alcohol or drugs than before?
  • Am I falling out of love with my spouse or significant other?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, it may be helpful to talk to a counselor about these issues.

If you have any specific questions feel free to contact us at 218-723-8153 or by email.

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