We are here to help answer questions you may have about ADHD, whether you have a pre-existing diagnosis or not. Please review the following information and reach out to us with any questions or to get the process started.

Prior Diagnosis

  • If you have been diagnosed with ADHD, and you are being prescribed medication, we encourage you to continue with your current provider for treatment continuity.
  • If you have been diagnosed with ADHD, but it is not feasible to continue treatment with your former provider, you may make an appointment with Counseling to discuss a referral to Counseling Services of Addison County (CSAC) Psychiatric Services.

Students with ADHD can receive helpful practical assistance from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research (CTLR) and Disability Resource Center.

No Prior Diagnosis

If you do not have a prior diagnosis of ADHD, we encourage you to reach out to the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research (CTLR). The CTLR can help provide support around executive function and attention related concerns. The CTLR will also be able to help identify if a referral for a psycho-educational evaluation is warranted.

If an assessment is done and ADHD is diagnosed, you can make an appointment with Counseling to get a referral to CSAC for a psychiatric/medication evaluation. The overall process, including the psycho-educational evaluation and referral to CSAC, can be lengthy, taking up to a couple months, and insurance coverage varies.