Payment of Fees
Round Lake Treatment Centre Accepts All Nationalities
The Cost of Inpatient Care
ROUND LAKE’s daily rate for residential treatment is $200.00 CDN per day.
- Full living expenses (room and board)
- Counselling services
- Psychologist services (if required)
- Nursing services
Upon admission, the total cost of treatment must be paid.
Potential Sources of Funding
- If you are working, some employers have health insurance benefits which will cover some or all of your treatment. Contact your Human Resources Department.
- If you are currently receiving income assistance you may be eligible for per diem funding through the Ministry of Human Resources (MHR). The Employment and Assistance Worker can assist the client with travel funds, comfort allowance, and ensure the client has “enhanced” medical coverage.
- Funding (a user fee subsidy) may also be available through the regional ADS office. Please submit the approval form with the complete application.
- If your client is Status First Nations, please see below:
Status First Nations Clients
If you are a status First Nations, your treatment is covered by Health Canada. No subsidy application is necessary, simply provide the client’s status number on our Application for Treatment. Health Canada (First Nations Inuit Health) will also pay up to $80 for medical examination for status clients.
Some First Nations bands provide funding for treatment. Contact your Band Social Worker.
- Métis and Non-Status clients who are currently receiving income assistance are eligible for per diem funding through the Ministry of Human Resources (MHR). The Employment and Assistance Worker can assist the client with travel funds, comfort allowance, and ensure the client has “enhanced” medical coverage.
- Clients receiving provincial income assistance are eligible for a comfort allowance of $82.00 or an approved amount. Clients receiving Employment & Assistance Benefits are advised to speak with their worker about this eligibility before arriving at Round Lake.
- If the client does not qualify for per diem funding through First Nations & Inuit Health Branch or Ministry of Human Resources he/she can apply for a User Fee Subsidy through the regional ADS office. The approval form needs to be submitted with the complete application.
- For per diem funding provided through a First Nations Band or self-payment, full payment must be submitted prior to treatment.
- Payment of per diem fees, ALL travel arrangements, comfort allowance, taxi fare, and any additional expenses are to be arranged with the referral worker and/or Employment and Assistance Worker prior to entry to treatment.
- Travel moneys are usually supplied by the subsidy funding source; travel arrangements are to be coordinated with the referral worker. First Nations and Inuit Health will not pay return travel costs for clients who do not complete treatment. The client must be prepared to absorb the return travel costs if they leave treatment incomplete or are not accepted due to insufficient clean/sober time.
- Please ensure that the Client has been issued their Return Travel prior to attending Treatment. Round Lake does NOT pay for travel.