How It Works: Springbrook Makes TRICARE Referrals Simple
All appointments with our residential behavioral ABA treatment program for children with autism are referral-based. After your child with behavioral issues has received an autism diagnosis from an approved provider, you will get authorization from your TRICARE case manager to pursue treatment.
At Springbrook, we work with military families frequently and thoroughly understand the military lifestyle. Our goal with the TRICARE program is to make your life easier, both before and during treatment. Our account specialists will work hand-in-hand with your TRICARE case manager to make sure that you are meeting all of the requirements for your child’s treatment to be covered, reducing your overall out-of-pocket costs.
Our doctors and therapists involve you, as the parent, directly to establish a proper treatment plan for your child and make sure to keep you updated about progress each week. We know that it’s difficult to send your child with autism to a residential treatment program for behavioral problems, especially if you’re deployed, and we want to make the experience comfortable and positive for the entire family. We also partner with local organizations, like the Ronald McDonald House, to schedule free accommodations and other resources for military families who want to visit their child while they are with us.