Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Georgia

Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Georgia

Court-Ordered Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Georgia?

The primary aim of an Alcohol and Drug Assessment in Georgia, also known as a Substance Abuse Evaluation for Non-DUI clients, is to conduct a thorough examination of an individual’s symptoms and ascertain whether they indicate an addictive disease and/or co-occurring psychiatric disorder. These evaluations are commonly required by the court, criminal defense attorneys, or probation officers for cases involving alcohol or drug-related charges. Individuals may seek evaluations due to various reasons, such as public intoxication, prostitution, reckless driving, disorderly conduct, possession of controlled substances, or DFCS referrals where parental capacity to provide adequate care for their child is in question due to potential substance abuse or dependence.

The process of an Alcohol and Drug Assessment in Georgia is conducted confidentially on an outpatient basis. It comprehensively evaluates addictive behaviors related to multiple substances, including methamphetamines, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, alcohol, among others. Regardless of the specific substance(s) involved, the evaluation delves into various aspects of the individual’s substance abuse history, considering medical, mental health, social, interpersonal, occupational, family, education, and legal factors. To achieve this, standardized psychometric tests are utilized, along with relevant documentation such as court records, medical reports, and prior psychiatric or psychological assessments.

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We conduct the following Evaluations

  • $130 – Regular Rate
  • $89 – When Pre-Paying (Non-DUI)

The final outcome of the evaluation is a highly individualized and accurate diagnosis, accompanied by a comprehensive written report. The report not only identifies the issues but also offers counseling options tailored to the individual’s needs, if necessary. By undergoing an evaluation and following through with the suggested counseling plan, individuals can demonstrate to the court and prosecution their willingness to take responsibility for their actions and work towards improvement. Often, these evaluations and counseling recommendations can lead to reduced court sentences, making them highly beneficial.

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If you or someone you know requires an evaluation, we encourage you to reach out to us for a comprehensive and personalized assessment or to make a referral. Our goal is to provide unique and fresh insights through the evaluation process, fostering a path towards positive change and personal growth.

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