FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you treat adults?
Yes, AFHC treats all ages.
Do I first have to have an appointment with Dr. Bright before I can make appointments with AFHC’s other professional staff?
No. New patients seeking non-medical treatment (counseling, educational testing, educational consulting, social skills programs, etc.) may schedule initial appointments with other members of AFHC’s professional staff.
How long does it take to get an appointment at AHC?
In most cases, first time patients can be seen within one week.
Does AFHC treat only ADHD and addiction?
No. AFHC treats a wide spectrum of emotional, psychological, behavioral, developmental and educational issues.
What are my options if I don’t carry that insurance?
We have many self-pay patients and will provide you with information and assistance to file claims yourself to your insurance company. In some cases, payment plans may be available.
How do I know which of AFHC’s professional staff is the best to handle my situation?
When you call to make an appointment, an intake specialist will talk to you about your situation and help you determine the best person for you to see for your first visit. You may also review our screening tools to help you determine the best course of action.
Can I use your educational testing services if my child goes to a public school?
Yes. Educational testing services can be used for students in public and private schools and in both the grade school and college settings.
What if I or my loved one needs more than outpatient substance abuse treatment?
AFHC staff provide a thorough assessment of your individual needs and help determine a treatment program that will best address those needs, as well as provide a referral to an inpatient facility if needed.
How can I contact AFHC?
The Adolescent & Family Health Center
13821 Village Mill Drive, Suite B
Midlothian, Virginia 23114
Telephone: (804) 794-8900
Fax: (804) 378-2012