Do you need a guardian to be treated?

Question: Do you need a guardian to be treated?

Answer: We do encourage family involvement during your appointment, but a guardian does not need to be present for you to access services. However, there may be an Explanation of Benefits with the services completed sent to the insurance account holder (i.e. your parent), so if you have concerns about confidentiality, make sure to bring that up at your appointment so that we can respect your privacy.

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