**The Child & Family Institute and Weissman Children's Foundation are committed to serving every child and family in need**
The Child & Family Institute is currently offering our services on a subsidized sliding scale basis for families with a combined household income between $75,000-$175,000 per year. Families with an annualized income less than $75,000 can be seen through our partner non-profit organization, Weissman Children’s Foundation (WCF), offering pro bono and pay-what-you-can services for our lower-income families in need (see below).
The Weissman Children’s Foundation is currently offering our services on a pro-bono or pay-what-you-can basis for families with a combined household income of under $75,000 per year. Families with an annualized income greater than $75,000 can be seen through The Child & Family Institute (CFI), which offers full-fee and subsidized sliding scale options based on need (see above). All WCF payments will go directly to your WCF therapist to compensate them for their work with your family.
Insurance details: Although we are currently not in-network with any insurance companies, WCF does plan to begin accepting insurance and medicaid in the near future. In the interim, for both WCF and CFI clients, your clinician can provide you with itemized invoices upon request that can be submitted for out-of-network reimbursement. The codes we use for billing are 90791 for the intake session, 90834 for subsequent individual sessions, and 90853 for group sessions. You can call your insurance company with these codes to find out how much they will reimburse you.
Payment is collected at each session by your provider, via check, cash, or credit card.
In line with our global vision, CFI proceeds directly fund the development and initiatives of the Weissman Children's Foundation, toward our end goal of accessible, evidence-based care for all.