Assessments

ASAC offers a thorough and confidential assessment of an individual’s use of substances to determine if treatment is warranted, and if so, what level of care is most appropriate.  We will work to identify the most appropriate and cost-effective treatment option that meets the person’s particular needs.  To learn more about all the services that are available through ASAC, please visit the Treat page.

ASAC accepts most private insurances and Title 19/Medicaid (Amerigroup and United Healthcare).  We also have a sliding fee scale for assessments and treatment sessions that are based on family size and income.  To qualify for the sliding fee scale, you will need to provide proof of household income.  Proof of income may include, but is not limited to, a recent pay check staff, a bank statement, the past year’s income tax return or a report from Iowa Workforce Development.  This documentation must be brought to the first appointment.

If you would like to have a substance use assessment, please stop in at our main office during walk-in assessment hours or call to schedule an appointment at any of our other offices.  All walk-in assessments are on a first come, first serve and may be limited due to counselor availability.  We will do our best to accommodate all walk-ins.  In the event that all of our slots have been filled, you may be asked to wait or to schedule an appointment.

Please allow at least two hours for your assessment.  However, you can shorten the process by completing the Pre-Assessment Form at your convenience before you get to ASAC.  In order to do so, please download and print the form (link below) and bring it with you to your assessment or send the completed document to our info@asac.us email account prior to your scheduled session or walk-in assessment.  The counselor will add this information to your electronic health record.

Pre-Assessment Form

  • Main (Cedar Rapids) Office
    (319) 390-4611
    3601 16th Avenue SW,
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
    This office ONLY offers walk-in assessments.  Assessments will be conducted during the following times.  If you require an assessment outside of these times, please contact any ASAC office for assistance.

    • Monday – must arrive between 9:30 and 9:45 am OR between 1:30 and 1:45 pm
    • Tuesday – must arrive between 10:30 and 10:45 am
    • Wednesday – must arrive between 1:30 and 1:45 pm
  • East (Cedar Rapids) Office
    (319) 447-1921
    4837 1st Avenue SE, Suite 206
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
    Call to schedule an assessment OR come to a walk-in assessment.

    • Tuesday – must arrive between 11:15 and 11:30 am
  • Downtown (Cedar Rapids) Office
    (319) 247-4873
    317 7th Avenue SE, Suite 203
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
    Call to schedule an assessment.
  • Benton County (Vinton) Office
    (319) 472-2443
    1003 W. 4th Street,
    Vinton, IA 52349
    Call to schedule an assessment.
  • Jones County (Anamosa) Office
    (319) 462-4327
    110 S. Williams Street, Suite A
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    Call to schedule an assessment.
  • Jackson County (Maquoketa) Office
    (563) 652-2215
    119 S. Main Street #2,
    Maquoketa, IA 52060
    Call to schedule an assessment.
  • New Directions (Clinton) Office
    (563) 243-2124
    250 20th Avenue N, Suite 250
    Clinton, IA 52732
    Call to schedule an assessment. Walk-in assessment hours are Wednesdays 12pm-3pm.
  • De Witt Office
    (563) 243-2124
    615 8th Street
    DeWitt, IA 52742
    Call to schedule an assessment.

Self-Assessment Questionnaire

If you believe you may have an alcohol or drug problem, you can take a confidential on-line assessment from Recoveration. If your score shows that you should seek treatment, call ASAC’s main office at (319) 390-4611, or any of our other offices, and ask to talk to a counselor.

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