Getting Started with Treatment: Essential Paperwork to Get Started
In order to begin Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) with Intensive Treatment Systems (ITS); we first require all potential patients fill out an Assessment Pre-Screening. This can be completed over the phone, online or in person when you come to the clinic. If completed prior to your first appointment you can submit your completed pre-screening paperwork to firstname.lastname@example.org it will be given to the medical provider for review. If you are able to, please complete the following forms:
ITS accepts walk-in’s and same day appointments at all locations during regular business hours. At our West – ACCESS POINT Clinic appointments are available 24 hours a day – 7 days a week.
Intakes for MAT last approximately 3 hours, we recommend you bring a drink and some snacks with you. During intake, patients meet with a clinician to go over orientation paperwork and complete an assessment. Patients then meet with the medical provider to begin their treatment and dose. They will also have the opportunity to meet with one of our peer supports to obtain resources or information on community programs. The patient then follows up with the medical provider, who will review everything and provide information about the treatment provided. Before leaving they connect back with the Counselor who will arrange transportation if required.
Get ahead and get started on your intake paperwork and bring this filled out to your appointment.
FEES – CASH ONLY CLIENTS
If you are not covered by Insurance and you have to pay for treatment, ITS has fixed charges for our Methadone Program.
Intake and Readmission – $95.00 for first week of treatment. This includes the intake screening, medical examination, all clinical services and the first week of Methadone medication.
Weekly Fees – $63.00 (Methadone). Payments made in excess of the amount owed will be credited to your account
Other fees that you may be responsible for are as follows:
- Arranging courtesy dose requests
- Intra-agency courtesy dosing
- Special take out requests without 1 week prior notice
- Retesting drug screen results at client request
- Additional drug screen at client request
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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)