Fees

We exist to serve the community by making high-quality therapy as affordable as possible. Our session fees range from $50 to $85, based on your household income level as it relates to 2014 Federal Poverty Level (FPL) guidelines:

  • Clients whose household income is less than 200% of FPL are eligible for session fees of $50 per 50-minute session. (See below for specific income levels.)
  • Clients whose household income is 200% to 399% of FPL are eligible for session fees of $65 per 50-minute session. (See below for specific income levels.)
  • Clients whose household income is 400% or more of FPL or who do not wish to provide documentation of income are eligible for session fees of $85 per 50-minute session.

Documentation of income is required for the $50 and $65 fee levels. Any clients who prefer not to provide documentation of income will be offered the standard $85 fee. Please discuss any concerns about ability to pay with your counselor during your initial consultation. For household sizes larger than 5, please ask your counselor for current guidelines.

For a household size of 1:

If your annual household income is below $23,340, you are eligible for a fee of $50.
If your annual household income is between $23,340 and $46,680, you are eligible for a fee of $65.
If your annual household income is $46,681 or higher, you are eligible for a fee of $85.

For a household size of 2:

If your annual household income is below $31,460, you are eligible for a fee of $50.
If your annual household income is between $31,460 and $62,920, you are eligible for a fee of $65.
If your annual household income is $62,921 or higher, you are eligible for a fee of $85.

For a household size of 3:

If your annual household income is below $39,580, you are eligible for a fee of $50.
If your annual household income is between $39,580 and $79,160, you are eligible for a fee of $65.
If your annual household income is $79,161 or higher, you are eligible for a fee of $85.

For a household size of 4:

If your annual household income is below $47,700, you are eligible for a fee of $50.
If your annual household income is between $47,700 and $95,400, you are eligible for a fee of $65.
If your annual household income is $95,401 or higher, you are eligible for a fee of $85.

For a household size of 5:

If your annual household income is below $55,820, you are eligible for a fee of $50.
If your annual household income is between $55,820 and $111,640, you are eligible for a fee of $65.
If your annual household income is $111,641 or higher, you are eligible for a fee of $85.