We wanted to address Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Addiction Counseling. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us directly, by requesting a call.
We work in tandem with treatment centers across the state. However, we do not have an intensive resident or out-patient program. Our practice is a vital part of on-going sobriety and focuses on understanding the recovery process for those affected by addiction.
Yes. We refer clients out to treatment programs if this is the best plan for the patient. We do this on a case by case basis after an initial assessment.
We do take Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance in a lot of our treatment plans. If you do not have insurance or your provider does not offer assistance; do not let that stop you from getting the help that you need. We also have sliding-scale payment plans available.
No. We do not define addiction by the substance or specific act. We strive to help our clients understand their chronic and compulsive actions despite the negative effects on their life and those around them. We also help people struggling with sex and/or porn addictions; along with anxiety and depression; anger management; relationship counseling; and
There is a range in the severity of substance problems: from mild to moderate to severe. Drug or alcohol abuse is a mild substance problem, defined by having two or three symptoms of addiction. People who abuse drugs or alcohol can experience serious consequences such as accidents, overdoses, crime, school problems, violence and suicide. Many people experience alcohol or drug abuse problems, but are able to stop using or change their pattern of use without progressing to addiction.
No matter the size of the issue, it is our desire to help you understand your actions and enable to you to find the TRUE YOU.