Online Alcohol and Substance Evaluations are for those required to complete an evaluation for a DUI, alcohol or substance offense. The purpose of an evaluation is to evaluate alcohol or substance problems that may require education or treatment.
Online Evaluation Requirements: You will need access to the internet and a video camera device on your phone, tablet or computer. We will require discovery documents from your attorney containing your arrest record. We will require written authorization to release your report to others.
|Possession of a Controlled Substance Evaluation
Additional reports, forms or documentation fees are $25 - $50 based on the complexity of forms or reports needed.
Why do I need an evaluation?
Most states require persons arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs (DUI) to undergo an alcohol and drug evaluation before driving privileges can be granted by the Court.
What does the evaluation consist of?
The purpose of the evaluation is to determine the extent of the motorist's alcohol and/or drug use and risk to current or future public safety. The following are required for an evaluation: Review of Driving history, chemical test results (BAC), and Objective Tests for Alcohol and Drug use.
How do I join a Zoom meeting for the final in-person evaluation?
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The focus of the interview is past and current alcohol and drug use, as it relates to your driving history. Responses are checked against the driving record, the Objective Test score, the results of chemical testing, and other sources.
Tom Wilson is the founder of Tom Wilson Counseling Center. He has a Master's Degree in Psychology with over 30 years of experience in counseling, training and consulting. He is a State Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. He is the author of "Taming Anger and Aggression", an anger management program which has been taught to hundreds of people at the counseling center over the last twelve years. He specializes in adapting evidence-based substance abuse prevention programs for delivery through the web and other electronic media.
Code of Ethics
Tom Wilson Counseling Center conducts their services according to the American Counseling Association's Code of Ethics, including conducting evaluations for legal proceedings. The primary obligation of evaluations for legal proceedings are to provide objective findings that can be substantiated based on information provided to the examiner and include examination of the indivIdual and review of pertinent records. Clients must authorize release of their records to any agency in writing before Tom Wilson Counseling Center send records to the requested agency.
Technology and State Laws
If state laws prohibit the use of internet technology to conduct online evaluations, we are obligated to conform to state laws. Clients are advised to research state or local laws before requesting services.