What if I relapse? Will I be kicked out of the program?
he answer is: No, you won't be kicked out. At BAC we support a harm reduction model. We understand that although not everyone relapses, at times relapse is part of recovery which is one of the many reasons we offer relapse prevention groups to help Clients get a better understanding of why relapse happens in the first place and ways to avoid it in the future.
What will happen when I come in for my first appointment?
You will meet with a Licensed Nurse for vitals and thorough health assessment, after that you will meet with a qualified staff member to complete an American Society of Addiction Medicine Assessment which will be followed by an appointment to meet with our Medical Director or one of our Nurse Practitioners. They will meet with you to create a plan for medication treatment and ongoing care.
What do I need to bring for my first visit?
We will need a picture ID and a copy of your insurance card and any recent medical records if possible. (Medical Records are not mandatory but may be needed to coordinate proper medication dispensing).
Will I have to pay extra to see a counselor more than once a month?
Once you become a BAC Client there is no extra charge to see a counselor more than once a month. That’s what we are here for.
What is the length of the program?
Each Clients' recovery effort is different, so each Clients' treatment plan is created in way that the goals set forth for the Client are best suited to keep the client on track and prevent the use of illicit substances; timelines can very from many months to many years.
Do you take walk-in's?
Yes We do! Feel free to call, or walk in for an appointment. We are here to help.
Can I bring my kids along when I come?
Kids are more than welcomed here at our Facility- We understand that sometimes you are in a bind and they need to be there too. We have a comfortable waiting room where we play a variety of movies every day. We support the entire family during you recovery process.
How much does it cost for Methadone Treatment?
*Initial Intakes fees Include the Physical Exam, First week of Methadone, EKG, labs. Male: ($200.00)
Pregnancy Tests not associated with intakes In-House: ($25.00)
A. Physical Exams for all intakes, re-admits, and annual physicals: ($100.00)
Non BAC Physical Exams: ($125.00)
Annual Physical Exams for clients enrolled prior to 10/19/09 will
Be charged the old rate: ($80.00)
The new rate is: ($90.00)
B. Weekly Charges for Liquid Methadone 150mg or less: ($80.00)
10 Mgs Tablets, or Diskets: ($85.00)
Weekly Charges for Liquid Methadone 151mg-250mg: ($85.00)
10 Mgs Tablets, or Diskets: ($90.00)
Weekly Charges for Liquid Methadone over 251mg: & over: ($90.00)
10 Mgs Tablets, or Diskets: ($95.00)
Daily Dosing Fees: ($17.00)
Courtesy Dosing Fees per day: ($30.00)
C. EKG’s: ($50.00)
D. Counseling Fees are included in BAC Treatment (No Charge for Clients)
Non-BAC Clients: ($55.00)
Delivery Fees: Plus weekly Methadone charges: ($15.00)
E. Laboratory Fees (Initial Urine test included in intake Fee except Oxycontin)
Oxycontin In House Test Kit: ($15.00)
All Other Fees
In House Test Kit: ($25.00)
Hepatitis C: ($35.00)
Mouth Swabs: ($30.00)
Suboxone-In House Test Kit (Each Test) Monthly: ($25.00)
EKG’s- Included with intake and exam fees: ($45.00)
Peak & Trough Fees as requested by Physician: ($50.00)
How much does it cost for Suboxone Treatment?
Suboxone: Intake Physical Exam: ($300.00)
Monthly Doctor Fee: ($140.00)
Re-Admit after 6 days and less than 14 days: ($230.00)
Re-Admit after 15 days or more: ($280.00)
Medication Costs per MG: *($3.25)
*Example: 5mg x $3.25 = $16.25
Courtesy Dose per day (Plus Medication Costs): ($40.00)
Clients may see Physician for non BAC related illnesses but will pay in advance a fee of: $100.00