Simply select your desired appointment date and time using the secure online calendar, and you will instantly receive an email confirmation.
Please consider that when you reserve an appointment, you are necessarily preventing others from being seen at that time, so please be respectful of others in need of treatment.
Due to variations in state regulations, licensing, etc., prices vary by state. In most states, Initial Evaluations for new patients are $195 and follow up appointments are $125, in other States the prices are less. At this time, we are considered out of network for all insurance companies. You must give at least 24 hours notice for a full refund.
Prior to your appointment, you’ll need to complete a New Patient Form. You can submit the form securely online by clicking here.
Five minutes prior to your appointment, please go to the “online waiting room” by clicking on the link we provide you. Please be sure that your camera and microphone are turned on.
Please have your ID ready to show your provider at the beginning of the appointment
Your medications are ordered electronically to the pharmacy of your choice. Pick them up whenever you are ready.
You will be given enough medication to last until your next appointment, usually a 30 day supply, depending on how often you use the medication. You must attend an appointment to receive additional refills. You can read more about the refill policy.
You and your provider will determine the frequency of your appointments. You can always be seen sooner than your scheduled appointment by going online and scheduling an appointment. Typically, you will be seen every 4-8 weeks initially, and then less often as you progress in treatment.
There is a small risk of hepatic injury when using Naltrexone, although the risk is much lower than the damage caused by alcohol. You can have blood work at your local doctor, your local laboratory, or by ordering them online. It is recommended that you do this prior to your appointment, so that you can begin your medication as soon as possible. However, you can choose to wait until your appointment to discuss this with your provider.