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Yes, we are typically booked and cannot guarantee same day appointment.
SA/Drug Assessment has a mandatory oral drug screen attached to the process. It differs from a DWI/Substance Abuse Assessment, which does not have a drug screen at the time of assessment. DWI/Substance Abuse Assessment also factors in information from your driving record as well as always requires some form of state mandated education or treatment to restore driving privileges. Do not use the DWI/Substance Abuse Assessment process for anything other than a DWI/DUI and vice versa.
We provide mental health and substance abuse assessments, DWI/DUI assessments, DWI/DUI treatment, substance abuse education, and individual as well family therapy. We do not offer legal advice in regards to DWI/DUI, abuse and/or neglect, or criminal substance abuse cases.
Yes, at the top of the page, we currently allow you to schedule DWI/DUI assessments. All other assessment types would require you to call the office.
We are linked with Trillium Behavioral Health, Vaya, Healthy Blue, Wellcare, and Amerihealth Caritias. United Health care and Alliance Behavioral Health are two local plans we do not accept.
Yes, the BAC (Breath Alcohol Content) or blood test results; and the citation. You can get both documents from the courthouse of the county you were convicted. We cannot consider you for the ADETS (education class) without verifcation of your BAC.
You will receive a recommendation of education or treatment. You have 6 months to start your recommendation.
A substance abuse assessment for NC DMV is done by specific individuals certified by DMV. We do not provide substance abuse assessments for DMV. If you require this service in the Franklin County area please call NC DMV to get help.
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