Your First Visit
Here are the details on how to prepare for your first visit.
On your first visit, you will fill out paperwork and then meet with a clinician to discuss your reason for seeking services. Your clinician will explain our services and what is available to you (i.e., individual therapy, community support services, psychiatric services, etc). They will ask questions about your current life stressors and your history. It is very important to bring the following documents with you to decrease wait time.
- Insurance card and information of person insured
- Government-issued ID
- Social security card or Birth certificate (if client is a minor)
- Legal guardianship papers if applicable (if client is a minor)
- Proof of household income: pay stub, bank statement showing income, or tax return, etc. If none of the above proof is available, you must have an affidavit showing proof and source of assets. (proof of household income is only needed if you have no insurance, have private insurance, or medicare.)
- List of all medications or pharmacy printout
Please call the center in your community to verify intake days and time or if you have any questions.
Cost of intake is due at time of service.
Total intake process can take up to 2 or more hours.
See facility contact information at the bottom of the Contact Us page.
Please call the center in your community to verify specific days and times available for your first visit.
Cost of your initial assessment is due at time of service.
Your initial assessment can take up to two or more hours.
See facility contact information at the bottom of the contact us page.
No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. There is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available based on family size and income.