Frequently Asked Questions by Patients of Invictus4Core in Lexington, KY
Get the help you are looking for at Invictus4core. We have listed down a few frequently asked questions by our patients, but if you have any other questions then reach out to us, call us or schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Lexington KY, Georgetown KY, Nicholasville KY, Keene KY, Brannon Woods KY, Picadome KY and all other surrounding areas in KY.
Table of Contents:
How do I make an appointment?
What services are provided by Invictus4Core?
What is outpatient treatment?
Is treatment confidential?
What to expect at my first appointment?
What do I need for my initial appointment?
What does treatment cost?
What insurance plans are accepted?
Will insurance cover my treatment?
Does Invictus4Core treat adolescents?
What is Suboxone? (Buprenorphine)
How do patients get Suboxone?
How do I take Suboxone?
What days/hours is Invictus4Core Clinic open?
How is Invictus4Core Clinic rated?
Where is Invictus4Core Clinic Located?
Appointments can be made by calling our office, clicking on the “Book An Appointment” button at the top of this page, or by coming into the clinic during office hours. For directions and hours of operation, click here.
If you are planning on doing a walk-in appointment, we ask that you please bring a valid form of identification as well as your insurance information so that we can properly get you started with our services.
Invictus4Core offers a wide range of outpatient services including but not limited to: Medication Assisted Treatment, Peer Support, Case Management, Mental Health Services, Group Therapy, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Life Skills Development, Health Education, Counseling, Primary Care, and are continuously developing more services to better suit patient needs.
For more information about what Invictus4Core can offer you, please call to learn more.
Outpatient treatment programs are designed to allow patients to maintain a normal daily routine while going to treatment on a given schedule set by their treatment team (visiting weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc.). These programs are generally more affordable and allow enhanced flexibility for the patients. Programs typically last 3 months to over a year with level of treatment varying according to progress made towards recovery.
As with all types of clinics, we ask that patients arrive 30 minutes early to their initial appointment to fill out necessary paperwork and have all questions answered. Please come with a valid driver’s license or any other generally accepted form of identification (State ID, Passport, Birth Certificate, etc.). If using insurance, we ask that you present your insurance card as well.
During your first visit you will meet with our intake coordinator to discuss your current situation and see which services are right for you. Depending on availability, you will either be seen by a provider that day or scheduled for an appointment in the near future.
For your initial appointment we will need a valid form of identification (Driver’s License, State ID, Passport, Birth Certificate) and an up-to-date insurance card to put on file. If you do not have insurance, we are happy to work with you on a self-pay payment plan that works for your budget.
Please note that your initial appointment will take longer than usual due to the necessary paperwork, so please be sure to have enough time available to accommodate for this.
All treatment is provided on a case-to-case basis and is curated to your own personal needs. Services will vary depending on your current situation and what Invictus4Core providers believe will benefit you most in your journey to recovery.
Our clinic accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and the majority of other insurance providers to help minimize out of pocket costs to our patient.
Uninsured? No problem. Our clinic offers a self pay option for those who wish to pay for services without insurance.
Need assistance getting set up with an insurance provider or seeing if you qualify for Medicaid/Medicare? Once again, no problem. Call Invictus4Core at to receive the help you need.
Invictus4Core accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and all major insurance providers.
Invictus4Core accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and the majority of other insurance providers to ensure that you receive the treatment you need at the lowest possible out-of-pocket cost. If you have questions about a specific insurance provider and payments associated, please give us a call to further discuss.
No. Invictus4Core does not currently treat adolescents. For now, our patients must be over the age of 18 years old to receive treatment. Serving adolescents is something we are looking to provide in the near future so be on the lookout for updates to this policy.
Suboxone is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. It is a medication that is designed to decrease withdrawal symptoms and in turn reduce a patient’s dependency on opioids over time. Simplified, the buprenorphine in Suboxone is used to bind to opioid receptors in order to relieve cravings for stronger drugs while naloxone blocks the effects of an opioid overdose.
Patients must complete an initial intake and meet with one of our qualified providers in order to be considered for any medication prescriptions. The patient will be screened and have their individual needs evaluated by one of Invictus4Core’s trained physicians.
For any additional questions about Suboxone, the treatment process, or to schedule your first appointment, please contact us to speak with a representative.
Suboxone is an oral medication that is designed to dissolve quickly in your mouth. The sublingual tablets are to be placed under your tongue until dissolved. Suboxone is not meant to be chewed, swallowed, or taken in any other fashion.
Monday to Thursday: 9am to 6pm
Invictus4Core Clinic has 5.0 star reviews
It is located at 3150 Custer Dr, Ste 101, Lexington, KY 40517