Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Court Approved Counseling & Programs

Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Court Approved Counseling & Programs

What is an #Alcohol and Drug Evaluation used for?

Probation, Parole,  Pretrial, Drug Diversion, Pre-employment, Department of Transportation (DOT), Division of Family and Children Services, Attorneys or pre-indictment/arraignment purposes. Individuals are referred to be evaluated based on many situations. It could be an arrest, sentencing,  testing positive during a random on the job,  a divorce or custody battle case or just as simple as someone who needs help with addiction.

The types of cases and situations may vary for an #alcohol and drug evaluation. Some of the most common cases are (driving under the influence), (possession of marijuana)s (possession of controlled substances), (possession with intent), (reckless driving), (theft by receiving), (minors in possession of alcohol-MIP), (criminal trespass), (battery), (disorderly conduct), (failing a drug test on the job), (inquiries as to parenting ability based on substance dependence), etc..

Given that #Alcohol and Drug Evaluation, along with the Counseling recommendations provided, are often used to minimize and alleviate court sentences, individuals are highly encouraged to undergo Assessments as soon as possible, which demonstrates to the court and prosecution your willingness to take responsibility for your actions and follow-thru with the suggested Counseling plan. If you or someone you know is in need of an Alcohol and Drug Evaluation#, please contact us for a comprehensive, personalized assessment or make a referral, please call 404-594-1770.

Based upon the assessment a recommendation is made on the appropriate course. Most individuals are encouraged to refrain from using substances and lead a healthy lifestyle.
An evaluation is the first step..

ASAM Level I Substance Abuse Classes

 

ASAM Level I Substance Abuse Classes

At AACS we address a lot more than  ASAM Level I substance abuse classes. We understand the added stress these situations can cause, so we strive to provide you with excellent and convenient service. Our goal is to assist individuals to return to normal life with insight and personal growth.  

ASAM Level I Substance Abuse Classes

ASAM Level I classes for marijuana

ASAM Level I substance abuse classes are facilitated by professional counselors who have helped hundreds of people achieve sobriety.  Marijuana is the most common substance used among our population. ASAM Level I classes are specifically designed to address the pros and cons of medicinal marijuana in the state of Georgia. Our model is based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). We integrate several other methods and encourage our clients to explore support networks for continued success.

ASAM Level I Substance Abuse Classes


Our staff utilizes resources to assist individuals in need of ASAM Level I substance abuse classes. Partnering up with local agencies has allowed us to serve our communities in a greater capacity. 

Your return to a normalized lifestyle with new wisdom is our mission.

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