Alcohol and Drug Assessments and Evaluations
End the Abuse that comes with having a DUI or DWI! We Are Fair, Reasonable and Professional...
The Leader for Alcohol and Drug Assessments and Evaluations
Alcohol and Drug Court (DUI), Child Custody Cases, or Employer Mandated Addiction Assessments and/or Evaluations
Our Evaluations and/or Assessments Will Give the Courts Confidence That Our Recommendations are Appropriate...(94% need no more counseling or classes)
• Do you need an Alcohol and Drug Assessment or Evaluation?
• Do you need Professional Evaluations Done Quickly?
• You Need a Licensed Evaluator to Assess Your Addiction Potential Using the SASSI-3
• Satisfies all Probation/Court Ordered Alcohol and Drug Assessments and Evaluations
• Child Custody Cases
• Highly Qualified Clinical DUI and DWI Evaluations
• Court Testimony is always available
• We even do Illinois Out of State Petitions.. these aren't easy, but we have success.
Alcohol and Drug evaluations are always part of the sentence for a DUI/DWI. However, by the time that you need an assessment or evaluation you have already paid court cost, fines, attorney fees, bail charges, etc. It is time to talk to someone with experience who cares about the abuse you have taken and is Highly Qualified, Fair, Ethical and Reasonably Priced when you have to get your alcohol and drug evaluation done.
If you have been told to get an alcohol or drug evaluaiton or assessment, call us and we will help you make the right decision.
94% of our Evaluations prove that no further classes or counseling is needed!
Drinking and Driving
It may surprise you to learn
that you don't need to drink much alcohol before your ability
to drive becomes impaired. For example, certain driving skills--such as
steering a car while, at the same time, responding to changes in traffic--can
be impaired by blood alcohol concentrations (BACs) as low as 0.02 percent. (The
BAC refers to the amount of alcohol in the blood.) A 160-pound man will have a
BAC of about 0.04 percent 1 hour after consuming two 12-ounce beers or two
other standard drinks on an empty stomach (see the box, "What Is a Drink?").
And the more alcohol you consume, the more impaired your
driving skills will be. Although most States set the BAC limit for adults who
drive after drinking at 0.08 to 0.10 percent, impairment of driving skills
begins at much lower levels.
Interactions With Medications
Alcohol interacts negatively with more than
150 medications. For example, if you are taking antihistamines for a cold or
allergy and drink alcohol, the alcohol will increase the
drowsiness that the medication alone can cause, making driving or operating
machinery even more hazardous. And if you are taking large doses of the
painkiller acetaminophen and drinking alcohol, you are risking
serious liver damage. Check with your doctor or pharmacist before drinking any
amount of alcohol if you are taking any over-the-counter or prescription