Q: What happens next
Ok I have a restricted license and asap made me pay them 400 just for a referral to this outpatient treatment. Well I was told twice a week I must attend. The intake lady did my intake and she filled in the answers over video chat. I asked her can I do the one hr class and do 4 weeks. Well she told me she had to take it to a board that she couldn't answer for me. Well I found out she lied to me. It was her decision. So I called her out on it. She said I dont know you I'm not signing my name on nothing for you. She said I dont know if your lying to me. I was mad
I should have told her well from 09 till now I stayed in hospital and physical rehab most of the time I couldn't drink. I wont loosing my pain meds over beer. Can I get out of this 12 week class because she filled out the assessment questionnaire. I dont know what she answered on it. The she made me pay 100. Almost for a drug test when I am taking them at hospital and all. She could have answered different to what I did
A: Unfortunately, ASAP has the control here. You are in the position of being at their mercy. Though the program should potentially be tailored to more individual needs as they say they are doing, most people are treated very similar and have to go through the same amount of time for their courses. Most people go to the 12 week course. Good luck
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