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you've been convicted of a DWI (Driving While Impaired), you must
participate in a substance use assessment. The results determine if
you must further participate in either an education or treatment
program. Scheduling and preparing for a DWI Assessment
is a delicate process. To get the best result take advantage of our
years of real-world experience. We understand the processes while bridging the gaps helping you to succeed.
The cost of a DWI conviction is measured in time, emotion, & money. To reduce these costs prepare in advance to make the best decisions. Our latest 4-page guide provides crucial steps and inside information needed to get through your assessment confidently and in less time. Actual questions that appear in an assessment are featured. Participating in an assessment will never be stress-free. By preparing in advance it will remove avoidable frustrations. The guide will give you access to important information and sample questions such as:
- How much money do you usually spend on alcohol a week?
- A drink or two gives me energy to get started.
- After 7 or more drinks I feel happier.
approach to the questions and answers are critical. Have at your
finger tips the best information ahead of time. The result will be
walking away from your assessment with the best circumstances.
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is unavoidable there are challenges in the process of recovery from a DWI conviction. Until a more compassionate and streamlined alternative presents
itself we are here to make sure you have the tools necessary to
follow procedure, guidelines, and expectations.
Things You Should Know Before You Go
- You are the Paying Customer.
- Avoid scheduling not catered to your needs.
- Do not go to the DWI assessment without knowing what to expect.
- You have a right to professional and ethical services based upon your level of need.
- All assessments must be conducted in person by an authorized DWI provider.
- You must have a certified counselor.
- You may be asked to sign a treatment contract.
- The assessor must have a copy of your "Complete Driving History" from the DMV.
- The provider is required to inform you of other local providers who offer the service you need.
- The provider may not charge a fee to transfer your case to another in-state provider.
DWI conviction is a serious offense. You must sacrifice
valuable time and money to give proper attention to the consequences. The DWI assessment is a tool to unlock your privilege
to drive. Prepare in advance to achieve the best results. Connect to local authorized assessment
providers that care and cater to your needs. Click to find a local provider close to you.