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It varies but we offer certain discounts, financial assistance, and have various payment options available. The easiest way to learn about cost is to visit us or call for a free consultation. We're confident our center can offer you the best treatment at the best price.
Yes, it is safe when prescribed by a doctor just like any other medication you might take for blood pressure, diabetes, etc. If you have specific questions give us a call and we’ll be happy to answer them.
There is no set “treatment time” and some patients choose to remain on medication. The general idea is that treatment lasts as long as it is beneficial to the patient, which is often about 18 months
No. While they function similarly and are used for similar treatment goals, they are 2 different medications. Methadone has been studied longer and is considered the standard of treatment while Suboxone or buprenorphine based products are a more recent addition to treatment regimens. Both have benefits depending on your needs and we’ll help you determine the best option.
Sadly no. We are unable to fill prescriptions at our center. There are several retail pharmacies nearby though who would be happy to help you. Also, individual prescribers with an XDEA number may write prescriptions for things like Suboxone but we cannot fill their prescriptions here. You would still need to go to a retail pharmacy to fill these prescriptions.
Basically everything you need for your recovery. We are a complete treatment center which means offering everything from the doctor visit to the medication and it’s all included. Counseling, group therapy, family therapy, behavioral techniques, and referral services including job/resume prep workshops, educational linkages, financial services, community/benefits services, and much more are also provided for free.
Currently, we can only accept self-pay patients. But we are working on insurance contracts as our goal is to accept all insurances since no one should be without treatment. If you have insurance let us know and we'll be happy to contact you as soon as it's available. As with everything we know cost is important, so give us a call today. We're confident we can get the best treatment at an affordable price.
While we are not open on Sunday, we give every patient a take home dose for Sunday so they don't have to come to the center. This is the same for holidays we observe. Also, for a temporary period we are closed on Saturday which means we give each patient 2 take homes every week regardless of phase until this period is over.
Patients can begin receiving more take home doses as early as 1 month, however, there is no standard scale as take home doses are largely based on how well a patient is following their treatment plan. Take homes are a privilege that ultimately rests with the patient but you can talk to your counselor and they can help you understand where you are and how to get to where you want to be.
We specialize in addiction treatment and offer doctor's visits, counseling, therapy, and other services that relate to recovery only. However, if you need services that we cannot provide, we can help you find a Primary Care or other medical/health care service that you require.
No no....no....no. We are not going to close. Unlike some states, South Carolina has a CON Process that prevents too many clinics from opening in one area so that clinics can stay operational and serve their patients. The "myth" of clinics closing is often used to scare patients away from transferring to another clinic. If there is a clinic that is more convenient or a better choice for you then you have a right to transfer and should be comfortable doing so. The goal of a clinic is to give you the best chance of success in treatment, even if it's not at that clinic. While this may be a hard topic to bring up, the clinic should understand their patient's needs come first. Ascent will never deny or dissuade you from any decision that is wholly up to the patient.