Contact Information for Norman Addiction Information and Counseling (NAIC)
Norman Addiction Information and Counseling (NAIC) offers health care services in Norman, Oklahoma as a/an Addiction Rehab,Medicaid,State financed insurance (other than Medicaid),Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors),Self payment,Private health insurance,Drug addiction treatment,Alcohol addiction treatment,Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE),DUI/DWI offenders,Pregnant/postpartum Women,Criminal justice clients,Outpatient Rehab,Adolescent Center,Dual Diagnosis Treatment,Women professional. Norman Addiction Information and Counseling (NAIC) may offer additional health care support, depending on their availability and your particular needs.
If you have immediate questions, inquiries, or medical needs relating directly to Norman Addiction Information and Counseling (NAIC) you may reach out to them at their Norman location in Oklahoma at (405) 321-0022. It is best to go through the Norman contact information listed here, rather than approaching Norman Addiction Information and Counseling (NAIC) through personal contact information.
To find out if Norman Addiction Information and Counseling (NAIC) is a good fit for your health care needs, contact them directly at their office, located near the 73070 area.
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Norman Addiction Information and Counseling (NAIC) Reviews
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- Addiction Rehab
- Adolescent Center
- Alcohol addiction treatment
- Criminal justice clients
- Drug addiction treatment
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment
- DUI/DWI offenders
- Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE)
- Outpatient Rehab
- Pregnant/postpartum Women
- Private health insurance
- Self payment
- Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
- State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)
- ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired
Not-So-Great Norman Addiction & Information Counseling
Three years ago I was convicted of DUI in Oklahoma County. I'm grateful it happened. It was a long-needed wake up call. I started attending AA meetings as soon as I was released from jail. Thanks to Alcoholics Anonymous, I now have been sober three years and my life as a whole is really good. It's been a complete 180. At any rate, in 2013 I was sentenced to attend Court Assistance Program (CAPS) courses in OKC for 26 Weeks. I was ordered to have a Alcohol and Drug assessment, too. I attended and finished my 6 months worth of courses. Stupidly though, I thought that the assessment was part of my intake at CAPS. It turns out that it wasn't. I was sent a nasty letter from the DA stating that I still needed my Alcohol and Drug Assessment verification or I would be in violation of my sentence. Since I live in Norman now, I immediately contacted the closest entity that does assessments: NAIC. They scheduled it for me with a guy named Larry. I showed up and paid the $150 fee. I took it, explaining my situation and sobriety, and the results of the assessment said I needed AA meetings and outpatient classes (the same as the one I attended in OKC), He told me that since I had already completed said classes in OKC, that if I showed them documentation of that, as well as three notarized testimonies that I have been sober as long as I say I have, that the recommendations could be overridden. Upon leaving NAIC, I immediately contacted CAPS in OKC to fax NAIC my info (which they did within two hours). I also had my sponsor in AA, along with two other members with multiple decades of sobriety, sign testimonies in front of a notary public stating my sobriety date. I turned those in within two business days. After I had turned in everything, I called on three separate occasions and left messages with Larry, asking him to please call me back and let me know when I could get the override; that this is an urgent matter that needs to be expedited ASAP for the DA. Nothing. Finally, after a week went by, Larry calls me back. I missed his call by two minutes. I immediately returned his call. No answer. Left another message. Nothing. Two and a half weeks went by when I finally had to take off work and show up in person just to talk to him. Of course I had to wait two hours to do so, but better the wait than revocation of my sentence. When he finally showed up, he acted as if he'd never gotten any of my messages; He went so far as to say that he never called me (even though I still have him on my voicemail); that he hadn't received any paperwork or faxes, and that those things should've been turned in already. I told him that I had verified with the secretary (the same day) that the fax from CAPS had in fact been received, and had been put in his mailbox. He still acted as if it wasn't a big deal. and reiterating that it should've been turned in two weeks ago. I vociferously explained that everything had been turned in within two business days of my assessment. He tried to tell me that he'd look around for it and call me back (since he's really good about calling back). As it stands right now, they have somehow "misplaced" all of my paperwork, and are showing absolutely no concern about finding it and rectifying their mistake. I contacted another facility to do a whole other assessment (which will be another $150). I also contacted my attorney to explore the option of litigation against NAIC; at the very least, a statement from them to the Oklahoma County DA explaining they screwed up my paperwork and that I have completed the assessment. The bottom line is that this is totally unacceptable behavior. Not only is it a terrible business model, this is someone's freedom and livelihood at stake. And in some cases, this could even put people's sobriety in jeopardy. The demographic that this place serves are desperate people who need help. It is scary to think that this is how they treat people come to them ravaged by alcoholism and drug addiction. To be frank, Larry's behavior is not one of stewardship, love and concern. No, it is behavior I would expect from someone still drinking and using. I sponsor newcomers that act more sober. I do NOT like being the person to publicly call an entity out, but I feel that other people should be made aware that this place seems to hold little value on the well-being of their clients, and a high value on the revenue garnered from your misfortune. Be careful when dealing with this place.