Topic: outpatient treatment
They don’t advertise themselves as PTSD docs; they’re pot docs. Little or no mention of treatment associated with the prescription.
If you notice any of these signs, it’s a good idea to make an appointment right away, talk to your group leader before/after a group session, or bring them up in your support or step group.
Topics: challenges and obstacles, defense mechanisms, emotional issues, enabling, maintaining sobriety, outpatient treatment, provoking, Recovery Tools, relapse, signs and symptoms, tools for recovery, treatment
For the most part, if you are hoping that insurance, Medicare or Medicaid, or another third-party payor will help with–or pick up entirely–the costs of treatment, you’ll be running into ASAM criteria that control who gets what kind of treatment.
If your inpatient provider determines eligibility using ASAM patient placement criteria, don’t forget to describe the patient’s need in those terms. Makes your case a little stronger by making their job a little easier.