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Special Clinic Hours

We are CLOSED on:
- 5th July 2021 (Indepencence Day)
- 6th September 2021 (Labor Day)


REDUCED HOURS (6:00am - 9:30am) and dosing only (NO intakes) on:
- 27th August 2021 (LBJ's Birthday)

 



News


We are happy to announce that our clinic now accepts Medicare Part B Insurance.



Groups

We are resuming our groups with the following requiremtens:
- All participants need to wear masks
- Social distancing is required
- Limited number of participants
- Outside goup location (left of the building)
- Weather permiting


Saturday "MD Group"
One monthly Saturday "MD group" is held from 9:00am - 10:00am. Dates for these groups are posted on the board in the clinic lobby.

Upcoming dates:
- 26th June 2021

For ALL other Group Information, please go to our SERVICES section.

 


 

 

Covid-19 Update

The current Covid-19 Public Health Emergency is a rapidly evolving situation. 

Addiction and Psychotherapy Services is closely following our local situation in the Austin-Travis County Area and changes to the Regulations at our State and Federal levels. We have implemented many changes recommended by the CDC at our clinic to maintain the safety of our patients and staff.

At this time, we are maintaining our normal clinic hours.

 

DO NOT ENTER OUR CLINIC, IF:

*** you have fever, cough, or shortness of breath, ***
Covid-19 diagnosis
or contact with a person who has been diagnosed with Covid-19

Call (512) 444-5092 to speak to a nurse.

 

Patients are required to practice “Social Distancing” (6 feet apart) between people and wear a mask on the clinic grounds. Our lobby is currently limited to 2 people at a time.

At this time we are still accepting limited numbers of new patients (see admissions information on our website).

We will inform our patients individually about how these changes will impact their clinic attendance. Patient appointments will continue via telephone.

Make sure we have your current phone number on file, and try to answer calls with blocked numbers in the case we need to reach you.

Call your case manager with any questions or concerns and check our website and Facebook page for updates in this fast evolving situation.



Disclaimer:
This information was updated in April, 2021. Times and Groups may be subject to change without advance notice. Please call the clinic for recent information.




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