Andrews Center services are provided to persons who qualify based on an evaluation of mental health. No appointment is required for this screening.
Persons with a major mental illness (Major Depression, Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder) or with IDD will not be refused services based on ability to pay. Family size, family income, diagnosis, and other support will be evaluated in establishing ability to pay.
A person with a major mental illness may qualify for financial assistance from a local, state or federal funding source. Andrews Center will serve people who qualify according to contracts and other financial arrangements that exist with these funding sources.
Persons ages 16 years of age and older can request inpatient or outpatient services without parental consent.
Any change of income or financial circumstances or other problem concerning the ability to meet financial obligations during treatment should be reported to the front desk staff so adjustments may be made to charges.
If living outside the five-county service area one may be responsible for the full cost of the service, and may not be eligible for any adjustments to the charge.
If someone has Power of Attorney or any form of guardianship for a person seeking services, a copy of the legal documentation must be provided.
If a child’s parents are divorced, the parent presenting the child for treatment must provide the legal documentation that they are the custodial parent. Likewise, if a child is adopted the adoption order must be presented at the time of registration.
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