Service Delivery By Heartland RADAC During COVID
Heartland RADAC continues to serve clients while maintaining effective health and safety protocols for both clients and staff.
Heartland RADAC requests that all clients and staff practice safe social distancing recommendations while engaged in services. All local mandates by local county or municipality health departments, will also be followed. Masks are recommended for any in-person contact, especially if you have not been vaccinated.
In-person Assessments, Case Management, Peer/Recovery Coaching, and Treatment are available. Phone, and video appointments are available on a limited basis, dependent on client access to a phone or computer. We are now required to get signatures on releases, as the state of emergency waiver which allowed verbal consent has expired. Signatures can be obtained via DocuSign, if you have access to a cell phone or email, or you can download the forms from the Release Forms & Notifications link at the bottom of this page.
Please call us at 913-789-0951 or 1-800-281-0029 to schedule an assessment.
Schedulers will ask you a series of questions to determine your eligibility and the type of service (in-person, phone, or video) which will best meet your individual needs.
News & Announcements
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