Our nonprofit organization serves clients who lack health insurance or whose health insurance does not provide healing arts benefits. Our clients also cannot afford current market rates for care (between $80-200 a session). We help our members access their choice of affordable care from a vetted healing arts professional.
If you’re seeking affordable holistic health services because you’re uninsured, underinsured, or cannot afford to pay the full rate out of pocket, Healing Arts is for you.
Our Guide to Verifying your Holistic Health Benefits
If you are unsure about the holistic health benefits of your health insurance plan, you will need to contact your insurance company. It will only take a few minutes to verify benefits. Call the member services number on the back of your insurance card. Verify the following information:
Holistic health / healing arts benefits associated with your plan – come to the conversation with an awareness of what type of practitioner you would like to see (Massage Therapist, Acupuncturist, etc).
Amount of copay for holistic health sessions (note: the copay is the amount you pay out of pocket for each session).
Limits (if any) on number of sessions that will be covered.
Do you have to meet a deductible before your insurance will cover the session?
If yes, what is the deductible amount? (note: a deductible is a specified amount of money that the insured must pay before an insurance company will pay a claim).
Once you have this information, it will help you to understand if you can afford to seek healing arts care while using your health insurance. If you find that your copay is greater than $60 and you can’t afford that amount, or that you have an extremely high annual deductible to meet before care is covered, you can consider using Open Path Healing Arts Collective instead of your insurance.
If you can afford holistic care through your health insurance, we ask that you do so rather than use the Healing Arts Collective’s service.
If you are in a life threatening situation, do not use this site. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.