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Covenant Medical Center Horizons
Family Centered Recovery Program
2101 Kimball Avenue,
Waterloo, IA50702
(319) 272-2650
www.covhealth.com

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)

Wheaton Franciscan Services, Inc. is a Catholic, not-for-profit health care organization, serving as the parent of a multi-state health care system. The Wheaton Franciscan System includes 17 hospital campuses and a number of outpatient, long-term care and home health organizations in Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois. Started by the Wheaton Franciscan Sisters more than 100 years ago and formally incorporated in 1983, the Wheaton Franciscan System is committed to living out the healing ministry of Jesus by providing exceptional and compassionate health care service that promotes the dignity and well being of the people we serve.

Consistent with its not-for-proft status, the Wheaton Franciscan System reinvests all of our net income into the communities we serve, rather than distributing it to shareholders or private owners. Simply put, the Wheaton Franciscan System exists to serve and benefit our communities.

We provide care to all who come to us

The Wheaton Franciscan System is committed to providing necessary health care services to people in the communities we serve. No person is denied emergent care or receives less than the appropriate level of care based on his or her ability to pay. And, we have specific procedures and guidelines in place that help those who cannot pay or need help paying for their care.

Specifically, patients whose household income is up to 300 percent of the federal poverty level can enroll in the System’s Community Care Program, which relieves a portion or all of a patient’s financial obligation. We also develop reasonable payment plans for patients who can afford to pay over time. Moreover, we are confident that our collection practices are aligned with our values of respect and integrity.

Nationally, the number of patients who are are uninsured or underinsured continues to rise, and we find ourselves providing an increasing amount of charity care at every one of our facilities.