Frequently Asked Questions
What is Pecan Valley Centers?
Pecan Valley Centers is a Community Mental Health Center authorized as the Local Mental Health Authority for this six county region by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. Pecan Valley Centers provides an array of services for adults and children who reside in Erath, Hood, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, and Somervell counties. Services are provided to individuals who meet HHSC’s specific diagnostic and level of functioning criteria.
How much will it cost?
Pecan Valley Center’s services are not free and there are fees associated with most services. We determine your ability to pay for those services using a sliding scale. For those with insurance, payments required may include known deductibles and copays. If your insurance has co-pays, you must pay your co-pay for each service.
How do I pay for services at Pecan Valley Centers?
We take many forms of payment. We also accept Medicaid, CHIP, and Medicare. You must give us permission to seek payment from your health insurance. As a courtesy, we will file claims with your insurance company. Payments required may include known deductibles and copays. If your insurance has co-pays, you must pay your co-pay for each service. Pecan Valley will estimate your financial responsibility, but your insurance company will make the final determination regarding your eligibility and benefits. You are ultimately responsible for the full and timely payment of your account.
What if I can’t afford services, or I’m not able to pay for services?
Pecan Valley Center’s services are not free. However, we do serve individuals with little to no income based on a sliding scale. Fees are determined after a financial assessment has been completed. We provide help even if you’re unable to pay.