Visits & Fees


**If you have Ohio Medicaid, all services will be covered**

Office Visits

Regardless of the program (i.e. dispensing or prescription) and your current status (i.e. actively using or transferring care), you can expect the following:

  • The first visit will last for 2-3 hours

  • The second visit will occur just 2 days later in order to:

    • Complete the intake process and orientation to the office

    • Have your TB test read

    • Receive a supply of Narcan—the overdose reversal medication

  • Weekly, one-hour counseling sessions will continue until such time that your Assessment and Individualized Treatment Plan have been completed

    • At this point and pending a licit urine drug screen and successful medication recall, you would be eligible to advance to biweekly visits unless otherwise indicated

      • Dispensing program patients will continue to be seen no less than every other week

      • Prescription program patients can eventually reduce their frequency of attendance to once every 4 weeks unless otherwise indicated

      • Patients transferring care from another facility may advance more quickly based off of their counseling needs, stability and length of time in treatment.

      • Patients seeking rapid detox will be seen weekly until the process is completed, which usually takes 4-8 weeks

  • Monthly visits with the doctor will occur throughout the first year of treatment

    • These visits will typically last approximately 20-30 minutes

    • Following the first year, doctor visits will occur every 3 months unless otherwise indicated

  • Sunrise is a voluntary program with a focus on longer-term, maintenance treatment with medication.

    • Length of treatment is individualized based on the needs of each patient, but the likely total time in treatment will be 12-24 months or more.

Fees

Ohio Medicaid patients:
Participation in the dispensing program qualifies you to have your office and medication charges billed to Medicaid. There is no out-of-pocket expense unless there are any fees associated with the required blood testing performed by an outside lab.

Caresource or Molina:
Caresource and Molina both fall under the Medicaid umbrella so there should not be any out-of-pocket expense unless there are any fees associated with the required blood testing performed by an outside lab.

Other private insurance plans:
In 2019 Sunrise has made great strides in contracting with quality private insurance plans. Visit our Payments & Insurance page for a complete list of accepted private insurance plans.

New patients without a qualifying insurance plan:
The initial office visit costs $400 if you are actively using narcotics. Medication will be started at this visit. This initial fee includes the following:

  • Costs related to tests performed on-site that day

  • 2 days of medication

  • Your follow-up visit 2 days later

  • A supply of Narcan, the opioid overdose reversal medication

  • You will be financially responsible for outside lab fees for required blood testing.

General Fees

These fees below are self-pay rates.

  • Weekly Office Visit = $45 (based on the number of weeks since your last visit)

    • 1 week = $45

    • 2 weeks = $90

    • 3 weeks = $135

    • 4 weeks = $180

  • On-site urine drug testing = $10

    • You can elect to have your urine samples sent to an outside lab for testing, and you would be financially responsible for those fees.

Transfer patients without a qualifying insurance plan:
The initial office visit costs $350 for the visit and $50 for medication. This includes all the same services as described above for a new patient except for the 2-day supply of treatment medication.

Fees:  Also the same as described above for new patients.