Register for Services

Registration is simple.  If you are a prospective client begin your registration over the phone (parent or guardian may register a minor).  See our LOCATIONS page for hours of operation, phone and fax numbers. Phone registration is easy, just have the following information ready to provide to the administrative staff and get your appointment made today!

  • Your current address
  • A reliable phone number where you can be reached
  • A reliable email address
  • Your current insurance information

Please plan an hour and half for your first appointment to complete all the paperwork. Submit registrations completed remotely to the desired clinic location via email scan, USPS mail or fax.  After the registration is processed, you will be given an appointment for a clinical intake.

Bring the following with you to your first scheduled appointment:

  • All current Insurance Cards – primary and secondary
  • Photo ID
  • Patient Social Security Card
  • Primary Medical Doctor’s name, address and phone number

 If Patient is a minor, you will also need to bring the following with you to your first schedule appointment:

  • Proof of custody ( Custody order)
  • Proof of address
  • Immunization record
  • Birth certificate

If you currently have no insurance, please bring in or send copies of the following for income verification:

  • 3 most current pay stubs  OR
  • Prior year tax return

Notes:

Children are not required to attend the registration meeting.

Acceptance and schedule for intake is dependent on qualifying for services, and if required, obtaining authorizations for services.

Failure to provide all necessary documents can result in no scheduled clinical visits.

Please be advised there may be a Wait List for ALL private insurance. In order to be added to the list, the registration process must be completed.


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