Do I have to bring my ID to my appointments?
Yes, please bring your valid ID to all your appointments.
Does 2nd Chance take walk-in appointments?
Yes, walk-ins are welcome from 8am-10am, Monday through Friday.
What do I need to bring for my first appointment?
For your first appointment you need to bring a valid photo ID (i.e. driver’s license or passport) and your insurance card.
What insurances does 2nd Chance take?
We take Passport, Anthem, Humana, and Aetna. We currently do not take Wellcare at this time.
Can I go to 2nd Chance if I have private insurance or no insurance?
Yes, if you have private insurance or no insurance you can still come to 2nd Chance.
How much would I have to pay if I had private insurance or no insurance?
You would have to pay $370 for the first month, then $320 for months after.
If I’m pregnant, can I still go to 2nd Chance?
Yes, if you are pregnant you can still come to 2nd Chance. We recommend that you make your appointment with an addictionologist, but please call for further details.
If I’m a new patient, how long is the first visit?
A typical visit for a new patient is around three to six hours. During this initial appointment, you cannot leave, so please come prepared! We do provide water and coffee on site.
Can 2nd Chance prescribe Subutex?
Yes, but only if you have a doctor’s note stating that you are allergic to Suboxone or if you are pregnant.
Can I take benzodiazepines and Suboxone at the same time?
Unless you have a psychiatrist’s note, you cannot take benzodiazepines at the same time as Suboxone. Please consult a physician or provider for more information on your personal situation.
What other services that is offered at 2nd Chance?
Here at 2nd Chance we offer group and individual counseling, peer support, and Targeted Case Management.
Is counseling mandatory?
Unless you have private insurance or are a self-pay patient, counseling is mandatory. However, if you have private insurance or are self-pay, counseling is optional.
What time should I show up to my appointment?
You need to show up one (1) hour before your counseling appointment.