Frequently Asked Questions

What types of addiction does the Alcohol and Drug Assessment Center treat? 

We provide counseling support for individuals struggling with various types of addiction, including drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and co-occurring disorders.

How do I schedule an appointment with a counselor? 

You can complete the contact us now link, send a direct email at request@alcoholdrugassessmentcenter.com or You can call our center during business hours to schedule an appointment with one of our professional counselors.

What should I expect during my first counseling session?

During your first counseling session, you will have the opportunity to discuss your concerns and goals with your counselor, and they will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan.

Is counseling confidential?

Yes, all counseling sessions at the Alcohol and Drug Assessment Center are confidential, in accordance with state and federal laws.

Do you offer group therapy?

Unfortunately at this time we do not offer group therapy unless it is a family group that needs to meet to support the individual in crisis.

Can family members participate in counseling sessions?

Yes, we offer family therapy sessions, which can be helpful in improving communication and strengthening relationships with loved ones.

How long does counseling last?

The length of counseling varies depending on the individual's needs and goals. Your counselor will work with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your unique needs

Are medications prescribed as part of treatment? 

No, we do not prescribe medication at the Alcohol and Drug Assessment Center, however we will support your medical providers recommendations as directed. 

Do you accept insurance? 

Unless your organization is in contract with us directly, we do not currently take any insurance panels, however we do offer self-pay options.

What happens after I complete counseling?

We will refer you to ongoing support for individuals who have completed counseling, and we encourage you to continue participating in support groups and other resources to maintain lasting recovery.

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