As of 06/01/2021 vaccinated patients may be seen in person for individual sessions upon proof of vaccination. You must be two weeks past your final dose.
OUR OFFICE IS ONLY OPEN TO STAFF AND THOSE WHO HAVE MADE PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS FOR IN-OFFICE APPOINTMENTS. WALK-INS ARE NOT PERMITTED.
Please read below for information on how we are proceeding with specific services.
All group sessions are being conducted using Zoom's HIPAA-compliant teleconference system. Vaccinated persons may opt to be seen in person for their monthly individual sessions. Please contact the front desk for more details.
Payments can be made over the phone with a debit or credit card during limited business hours, or online at any time. If you must pay with cash, please contact the front desk to scheduled a time to come into the office to do so.
All intakes will be done over the phone. Due to current limitations on obtaining documents from other agencies, there may be difficulties scheduling intakes for those who were assessed elsewhere. Please call for more information on how to obtain docs and getting your appointment scheduled.
Assessments will be done via Zoom. You will receive a link for your appointment after the following steps have been taken:
1. Call during our limited business hours to schedule and pre-pay for your appointment.
2. Take clear pictures of your court documents, ID, and insurance card (front AND back) and email them to email@example.com PRIOR to your appointment.
3. Check your email for the assessment handout and keep it handy for your appointment.
4.Be on time for your appointment. The counselor will disconnect after 10 minutes.
You will not receive an appointment invite if payment and/or docs have not been received.
ALCOHOL AND DRUG INFORMATION SCHOOL
ADIS is offered via Zoom on the last Saturday of the month. Contact the front desk for registration information and to receive the class Zoom link and code.
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