A: At this time, we are a "private pay" office. This means that we do not accept insurances and the cost is out-of-pocket. Many of our patients prefer to go this route, due to additional requirements and restrictions set by their insurance providers. For additional information about this decision and to see if you can benefit from paying privately, please contact us!
Q: Will my insurance cover the cost of my medication?
A:Each policy is different. Please check with your insurance provider, before your first appointment, to confirm whether your medication will be covered or not. Be sure to mention that you will be paying out of pocket for the visit!
Q: Can your office connect me with a pharmacy?
A: Yes. We work closely with multiple pharmacies in the state that will be able to fill your prescription. Some of them are able to mail it directly to your doorstep, while some will need you to fill it in person. We can discuss the options at your first appointment with us!
Q: How often do I have to come to your office?
A: There are 3 stages in our program. Each stage requires a certain number of doctor visits and counseling sessions. We may need to see you weekly during your first month, but as you succeed in the program your visits will be less frequent.
Q: What if I don't want anyone to know I am getting treatment?
A: Privacy is very important to us. If you have concerns about your privacy while at our office, please let us know. We have multiple approaches to provide you with more confidential visits.