Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Court Approved Treatment Programs

Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Court Approved Treatment 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 treatment 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 treatment 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..

Expedited Substance Abuse Counselor Training and Certification

Expedited Substance Abuse Counselor Training and Certification
 
1755 The Exchange SE
Suite 245
Atlanta, GA 30339
 
Substance Abuse Counselor Training
Substance Abuse Counselor Training
 
Expedited Substance Abuse Counselor Training and Certification
 
Expedited substance abuse counselor training and certification classes are ongoing on a biweekly and monthly basis.  The only requirement is a High School/GED diploma.
270.0 core educational hours for CADC I/CADC II
180.0 core educational hours for CAC
 
Heroin is killing our children
Heroin is killing our children
Expedited Substance Abuse Counselor Training and Certification
 Class Schedule and Format
 
The course is offered either biweekly on Thursdays or on the first Saturday of every month for a total of 14 sessions.
 
Expedited opportunity for direct supervision and contact hours are available during this course.
 
Enrollment Information and Cost
 Expedited Program Fee: We offer a variety of payment plans, as low as $85.00 per session, to meet individual
budget needs.
 
 A mandatory registration fee of $250 is due on first day of class (this fee includes payment for class textbook).
 
 Clinical supervision is available at the additional cost of $50.00 per hour (or $30.00 per hour when supervision is pre-paid for). For CADC I/CADC II you need 300 clinical supervised hours.
 

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Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes

Get off probation-Complete your SHOPLIFTING and THEFT Prevention Classes. 

Shoplifting and theft prevention classes are designed to address several issues. Courts require habitual offenders to complete a 3 or 8-hour shoplifting and theft prevention class.  The individual’s mental health and behavior are addressed to get to the root issue for the repeated offense.  Kleptomania is not the only disorder associated with chronic shoplifting. Depression, organized crime and socio-economic circumstances are contributing factors for shoplifting.

Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes are designed to meet the needs of those who have been accused of shoplifting, theft by receiving, forgery, passing a bad check, and all theft-related charges. Participants are supportively led to identify and understand the issues (e.g., thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes) that caused them to shoplift. Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes follow a curriculum that assists the clients in developing a better understanding of the social, financial, and personal ramifications of their behavior

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To register for a Shoplifting and Theft Prevention class, call 404-594-1770.

Shoplifting and Theft Prevention Classes
Shoplifting Prevention near Atlanta

Among the topics explored in this class include impulse control, enhanced decision making, cognitive restructuring, personal development, behavior modification, and a serious assessment of lifestyle. Participants in the Shoplifting and Theft Prevention class will work collaboratively to develop an action plan to ensure the prevention of any future impulse to shoplift. Instructors foster an atmosphere of change in group discussions by instilling a sense of personal responsibility.

Shoplifting and Theft Prevention classes
Theft Prevention Atlanta
Shoplifting and Theft Prevention Class

We assist clients to develop insight into their reasoning abilities by reinforcing better decision making and illuminating the consequences of illegal behavior.

To register for a Shoplifting and Theft Prevention class, call 404-594-1770.