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InnerSourced services are open to all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity, ability, national origin, and any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

©2019 by InnerSourced Solutions, LLC. 

HELP STARTS HERE

An intake appointment is the first contact for all adults and children seeking outpatient services within our agency. During this appointment, we will complete a clinical assessment together to determine which services are the best fit for you or your child and that will meet your specific treatment needs and preferences, including counseling (individual, family or group sessions), medication or psychiatric rehabilitation program services.  We work together with you, your family, and other supportive people you choose to develop the strengths, skills, and self-determination that will allow you to live a fuller, richer life.

We will ask for information and documentation (listed below) to open you to services. Information about our services and your rights and responsibilities as a client at InnerSourced Solutions will be shared with you.

If eligibility requirements are not met, we will provide referral information for other sources in the area that may meet your needs.  

What to bring to Your Intake Appointment

  • Insurance documentation (see our Payment Policy)

  • Financial status information (2 check stubs, W-2, most recent tax return, or proof of unemployment from Department of Labor)

  • State issued Identification (Driver’s License, Identification Card, birth certificate, military ID, etc.)

  • Social Security number

  • Bring previous clinical documents if they are available: hospital discharge papers, copies of previous clinical assessments or treatment notes, names and contact information for previous providers.

  • Bring a list of all medications and dosages or all current medication bottles.

  • For children and adolescents, please include IEP and/or previous psychological testing results.