Question: What Services do you provide?
Answer: Service we currently provide are assessments, drug testing, EAP's, True Teen, Anger management, DAP, DWI/DUI education, and Driving Wtih Care.
Question: Can I come in today?
Answer: Walk-ins are welcomed by appointment.
Question: What are your forms of payment and can I make payment arrangements?
Answer: Forms of payment include Cash, Check, Money orders, Debit Cards (Bank Card) with Visa and Mastercard logos
as well as marjor credit cards. There is a $3.00 transaction fee on all credit card purchases and a $25 returned check fee.
Question: Is an assessment mandatory?
Answer: Yes, assessments are mandatory. An assessment is an important counseling tool that allows the counselor to determine the client’s level of care in addition to properly placing a client into the accurate program.
Question: Will my employer be notified about my services received?
Answer: No. The services you recieved are confidential and your employer will not be notified. Information can
only be released with your signed authorization. However, EAP's and SAP services employers may have made the
referral and must be notifed when professionals or individuals have completed services and can return back to duty.
Question: What should I do should I suspect my teen using?
Answer: Should you suspect your teen using it is best to seek professional help as soon possible by booking an appointment for screening and intake services.
Question: How do I know my teen using?
Answer: There’s no easy way to determine if your teen is using alcohol or drugs. We can help you identify some of the signs that may signal substance use and the related problems that indicate Substance Use Disorders. Our True Teen Program can help you. If you’ve noticed a change in your child’s personal appearance: Messy, shows lack of interest in appearance, poor hygiene, red flushed cheeks, burns on fingers and lips or soot on fingers. Personal Habits: Clenching teeth, unusual smells on breath or clothes. Frequently asking you for money, sudden appetite increases, going out every night, spends excessive time in bedroom. Behavioral Issues: Change in friends and family relationships, secretive phone calls, frequently breaking curfew, avoiding eye contact. School or work related Issues: Truancy or loss of interest in school, Loss of interest in extracurricular activities, hobbies or sports. Health Issues Related to Teen Substance Abuse: Frequent nosebleeds, sores around the mouth, dramatic weight loss or gain, depression, Sweatiness.
Question: Can I complete my Driving with Care Classes in one day?
Answer: Driving with Care classes are 2 hours per week and can not be completed in one day.
True Foundation Counseling Services
8500 Edinbrook Parkway #A
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
Phone: 763 657-1551
Fax: 763 -777-5685
Or use our contact form.
Substance Use/ Rule 25 Assessments on Saturdays. Call to schedule appointments.
Now offering referrals for Mental Health Support, Diagnostic Assessments.