Perhaps you don’t have insurance coverage for mental health treatments, or you can’t find a therapist who will accept your health insurance. People dealing with depression and other mental health concerns frequently delay getting care due to cost, even though effective treatments are available. But your mental wellness is too important to let worries about paying for therapy stand in the way. Read our guide on how to learn whether your insurance covers mental health treatment.
Photographed by Providence Garden Club member Wendie Russell Providence Garden Club member Michele Bozentka arranging a table of plants The Providence Garden Club will hold its 71st Annual Plant Sale on Friday, May 3rd, 8am-1pm and Saturday, May 4th, 8am-noon. The club's 2019 Plant Sale will include a great selection of "pollinator plants" that will attract butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects to your garden.
Before you write a check for your medical bills, consider health-care financing or a home equity loan. (ISTOCKPHOTO)Snowballing medical bills cause about half of all bankruptcies, according to a 2005 Harvard study. Even middle-class people with good health insurance can quickly become mired in debt if they fall ill and cant work. “What happens is, someone in their 50s has a major heart attack.