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Individuals start services by dialing 512-472-HELP (4357). Integral Care’s Single Point of Entry system ensures everyone access to the appropriate service for their needs. Preliminary questions will be asked as well as financial eligibility and what to bring to the initial appointment.
If your insurance company is refusing to pay for treatment, there are a number of active steps you can take and options that may be available to you. There are several important things to keep in mind that may increase the likelihood that you will eventually succeed in getting treatment covered:
If you have questions or concerns about medication you are taking, it is always best to contact the prescribing clinician to discuss the specific issue.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends that you ask the following questions:
Some people get relief from their symptoms immediately, others after a few days or weeks; for others, it may take even longer. After a short time on the medication, it's important to share with your doctor or therapist how you are doing with the treatment. Together, you may need to find the right amount of medicine or combination of medicines. It's especially important to tell your doctor about any side effects you're having from the medication.
For written information, you can consult the following resources: