Frequently Ask Questions

Sometimes FREE (ask about referrals and new patient appointments), but at most $99

You may be able to use your insurance to cover the cost of your medication. In other cases you may be able to get reimbursed by your insurance provider.

Yes. We want you to remain stable and have success with your recovery. If your current medication is working well for you then we won’t change it.

Yes! We have pharmacies we can refer you to.

Telehealth refers to the use of technology, such as videoconferencing, remote monitoring, and electronic medical records, to deliver healthcare services remotely. It enables healthcare providers to evaluate, diagnose, treat, and monitor patients remotely, without the need for an in-person visit. Telehealth can be used for a variety of healthcare services, including primary care, mental health care, and specialist consultations.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a federal law that was enacted in 1996 to protect the privacy and security of individuals’ health information. The law applies to healthcare providers, health plans, and healthcare clearinghouses (entities that process nonstandard health information into a standard format) that conduct certain electronic financial and administrative transactions.

HIPAA has several components, but the two most well-known are the Privacy Rule and the Security Rule.

Yes, the prescription will be sent immediately after your appointment.

Yes, same pharmacy, same medication.