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FAQs

Here you'll find answers to commonly asked questions. For questions not answered here, please reach out to our staff.

What is Victory Counseling?

Victory Counseling is a counseling service dedicated to the physical, mental, and spiritual health of the community. Built on the foundational principles of human compassion, moral integrity, and Christian faith; it is our mission to serve in any capacity that we are able.

Who are the counselors?

We have a specialized group of licensed professionals on staff. Diverse in backgrounds and beliefs, but unified under the banner of serving the community. Meet them individually here.

Who does Victory Serve?

Victory is proud to serve Everyone unconditionally. No one in need will be turned away. Regardless of age, race, gender, or religion we are here to help in whatever way, by any means possible. Should a situation be beyond our means, we will actively seek assistance alternatives and resources.

What services does Victory provide?

Victory is proud to offer a variety of services and resources including:

 

*Individual, Family, and Couples Counseling 

*Mental Health Assessments, including behavioral health screening   

*Medication Management  

*Parenting Classes

*Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment (IOP)

*Drug Testing, Dip Screens and Lab Testing

Victory is unable to provide the following services:

 

  • Autism Assessments for patients under 3 years of age.  

  • Medication Management for ADHD (can't prescribe stimulants)

  • IQ Testing 

  • MAT  (medication assisted treatment for substance abuse)

  • DUI Testing

  • EMDR Therapy 

How much does it cost?

Some insurances cover our services completely. If services aren’t completely covered, the out-of-pocket expense varies case by case, but we make every effort to keep costs manageable. Payment plans and sliding scale options are available.

Why does it cost?

Funds are necessary for our staff to be the best educated and well equipped professionals, capable of serving the community’s many needs and meeting our exemplary standards. For us to support the community, we must be supported in kind. One more example of how we are all in this together.

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