June 2024 Roundup: Ketamine Treatment Costs Across the United States

June 2024 Roundup: Ketamine Treatment Costs Across the United States

Ketamine therapy has emerged as a promising treatment for various mental health conditions, particularly depression, anxiety, PTSD, and chronic pain. However, the cost of this treatment can vary significantly depending on the provider, location, and type of administration. We looked at what people are paying for ketamine treatments across different cities and states in the United States.

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Overview of Ketamine Treatment Costs

The cost of ketamine treatment can range from as low as $30 per session (with insurance coverage) to as high as $2,000 per session. The price typically depends on factors such as:

  • Type of administration (IV infusion, intramuscular injection, nasal spray, oral/sublingual tablets)
  • Location of the clinic
  • Insurance coverage
  • Provider’s pricing structure

At A Glance Costs by City/States


  • Roswell: Luna Mindful Infusions offers intramuscular (IM) ketamine injections for $280 per session.

New York

  • New York City: Ember Health charges $550 per treatment visit, with a sliding scale option available for eligible patients that can reduce the cost to $330 per session.

New Jersey

  • Philadelphia: RestoratIV Wellness charges $475 per infusion – Induction Phase (6) $410 – Maintenance infusions $2750 – Bundle Payment (Induction-6) (IM) $275 – One Injection.

West Virginia

  • Taconic Psychiatry: Dr. Pruett charges $250 per appointment after an initial $450 appointment. Ketamine is shipped from Empower Pharmacy in Houston, TX, costing $125 for 30 150mg rapid-dissolve tablets (RTDs), which amounts to $3.61 per tablet.



  • Manchester Center: Taconic Psychiatry does not accept insurance, and patients are required to pay out of pocket. Specific pricing for ketamine treatments is not provided.


  • General Costs: Intake sessions range from $200 to $375. IV ketamine infusions cost between $400 and $1,200 per session, while IM sessions range from $300 to $1,200 per session. Intranasal treatments cost $700-$1,000 for a month’s supply, and oral/sublingual treatments range from $60-$120 for 4-6 sessions.

South Florida

  • Ketamine Wellness Clinic: Offers a mental health infusion series for $2,850, which includes six infusions over four weeks and virtual sessions with a ketamine integration coach. Maintenance infusions cost $475 each.

Washington, D.C.

  • General Costs: IV ketamine sessions start at $400 each, with prices varying based on the clinic’s location and the level of care provided.



  • Chicago: IV ketamine infusions cost between $400 and $800 per session. Maintenance treatments are required monthly and cost between $400 and $800 per session.

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Insurance Coverage

Insurance coverage for ketamine treatments varies widely:

  1. Most traditional insurance plans do not cover ketamine infusions for mental health conditions.
  2. Some providers, like Ember Health, offer assistance with out-of-network reimbursement for patients with eligible insurance plans.
  3. Spravato (esketamine) treatments may be covered by some insurance plans, as seen in the Los Angeles example.

Alternative Payment Options

  1. Sliding Scale: Some providers, like Ember Health, offer reduced fees based on income for eligible patients.
  2. Telemedicine Services: Telehealth companies like Joyous offer monthly subscription models, charging $129 per month for ketamine treatment.
  3. Financing Options: Clinics like Ketamine Wellness Clinic of South Florida partner with financing companies to offer 0% interest for 12 months for those who qualify.

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