Mental Health and Addictions Counseling
Individuals that hold specialized licenses regulated under the Department of Transportation may find themselves needing a Substance Abuse Professional Assessment. At assessment a comprehensive history and evaluation will be conducted, and recommendations for care will be provided. The assessor will link you with a provider or educator to facilitate this recommendation. After successful completion of this recommendation, you will return to our office for a review. If your case if is deemed concluded, you will be provided documentation of completed care. Once employment is resumed the evaluator will provide your follow up testing plan to your employer. The cost of this service with our office is $475. This cost covers the evaluation and follow up session. Recommended treatment or education will be a separate cost covered by the client. If possible, the evaluator will attempt to locate care covered by the client's medical coverage, if the client has medical coverage at the time.
Blue Cross/ Blue Shield
United Healthcare/ Optum
UPMC Health Plan
In network with most major EAP Employee Assistance Plans
Self-Pay rates are available.
**We are not in network with Medicare or Medical Assistance.
Our therapists have background and specialized certifications to treat chemical addictions and co-occurring disorders. We are able to provide outpatient counseling for individuals that are seeking care to heal, or to meet drug and alcohol treatment requirements.
We can reach a point in our lives that we become so overwhelmed, so bogged down with Anxiety, Depression, or traumatic and stressful life situations that we must take time to heal. Our therapists come from a variety of backgrounds to help you address your mental health needs. We can help you navigate situational stressors such as life transitions, stress with home or work, grief and loss, or can help you deal with mental health conditions that can adversely impact your life.
You can change only when the pain of staying the same finally outweighs the fear of changing.