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At Tranquility Behavioral Health LLC, we prioritize transparency and efficiency in our financial procedures to ensure a seamless experience for our patients. Our financial policy is designed to streamline the payment process, encompassing the following key points:

Payment at Time of Service: All copays, deductibles, balances, and/or coinsurance are required at the time of service without exceptions.

Insurance Payment and Responsibility: If insurance payment is not received within 30 days of the last visit or if your claim is deemed not medically necessary, you will be responsible for the entire visit cost.

Verification of Coverage: While we accept most insurances, coverage verification does not guarantee payment. You are personally responsible for non-covered or denied services, and understanding your insurance policy's benefits and coverage is essential.

Out-of-Network Services: If we are considered out of network, you will be financially responsible for the entire visit cost.

Accepted Payment Methods: Payment is due at the time of service, and we accept most major credit cards. Unfortunately, checks are not accepted. We can provide a Super Bill for potential insurance reimbursement.

Notification of Changes: Notify our billing department within 72 hours of your scheduled appointment for any changes to payment methods or insurance since your last visit. Failure to do so may result in appointment rescheduling.

We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in adhering to our financial policies. For any questions or concerns, please contact our billing department for assistance. Thank you for choosing Tranquility Behavioral Health LLC.

Patient Notification Regarding Good Faith Estimate:

In accordance with Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, it is our responsibility as healthcare providers to inform patients without health insurance coverage that they have the right to request a "Good Faith Estimate" of potential charges for medical or mental health services. If you are not seeking to file a claim for services, you may exercise your right to receive an estimated cost for your visit.

To request a "Good Faith Estimate" and gain a clearer understanding of potential charges, you can initiate the process by visiting or by calling CMS at 1-800-985-3059. The website provides relevant information and the necessary forms to start the estimation process.

We want to ensure that you are well informed about your rights, and we encourage you to explore these resources to better understand the potential costs associated with your medical or mental health services. Healthcare providers are committed to providing transparency in pricing, and your request for a "Good Faith Estimate" is an integral part of that commitment.

For any questions or additional information regarding your right to a Good Faith Estimate or the dispute process, please visit or contact CMS at 1-800-985-3059.

Thank you for taking an active role in your healthcare decision-making process.

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