Eastern Michigan University
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As a non-profit center, our fees are significantly lower than area therapy ‘clinics’. We work with the resources of each client family on an individual basis. We do not currently work with any insurance companies directly, but can provide you with a detailed invoice for services that you can submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement after services have been paid for out of pocket. This is something you will need to set up with your insurance company on your own.

Michigan Autism Insurance Reform was adopted in October 2012. Find out more information here.

The Autism Collaborative Center is part of of the College of Health and Human Services, 304 Marshall, 734.487.0077