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  • If I do not have insurance, what form of payment do you accept?
    We accept debit and/or credit cards as forms of payment. We are not able to accept cash or check at this time.
  • How to get started
    Call or Text 620-901-1621
  • What information will be needed for my first appointment?
    Information on your identification (driver's license), insurance information, method of payment (if copay applies), and a list of any current medications.
  • If I am unable to see my provider and need my medications refilled. Can I get them refilled here?
    Yes. We will do an initial evaluation and assessment and review your medications for refill. Generally, refills are not an issue unless it's a controlled medications such as benzodiazepines (Ativan, Xanax, Klonopin, ect..), opioids, hypnotic (Ambien, Sonata), or stimulants (Adderall, Ritalin, Vyvanse, ect...).
  • Do you prescribe controlled medications?
    Controlled medications will only be prescribed for detoxification off controlled substances or other controlled medications. We stick to a noncontrolled medication policy which allows treatment of individuals using safer medications that are currently available.
  • Do you offer psychotherapy (therapy)?
    Not at this time. We anticipate this as an option in the future.
  • Do you provide Medication Assisted Treatment
    Yes. Prescribing suboxone will require some in person visits and monitoring. Arrangements will be made for appropriate counseling and rehabilitation. Other MAT offered would be tapering off Benzodiazepines, ambulatory alcohol withdrawal, and craving controlling medications.
  • Do you treat patients for addiction?
    Yes. We currently offer tapering off of the addictive substance if needed. We will require urine drug screens which can be completed at your local hospital or clinic (pending location). Referral to a substance abuse treatment facility may be made. The patient must be motivated to be clean and stay clean from the substance. Motivated patients have the best outcomes.
  • What are the age ranges of the patients you are willing to see?
    Currently, we are seeing adults aged 18 and up. We see children ages 6 and up, only by referral from a primary care or a pediatrician.
  • Do you treat individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities?
    Yes. This is one our favorite group of patients to treat. Having the patient achieve at their highest level of independence is our goal. We help with psychiatric medication management to allow the patient to be comfortable in their environment and help address any problematic behaviors.
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