Clinical Substance Abuse and Telehealth
TO REGISTER: Call 770-889-1023 to make an appointment
AA Academy of Action Driving School offers in-person and Telehealth (online) Clinical and Substance Abuse evaluations upon appointment. Appointments are available monday through friday. Based upon the finding from your Clinical or Substance Abuse evaluation, you may be required to attend a Substance Abuse Treatment Program conducted by a Department of Human Resources (DHR) certified evaluator.
TeleHealth Online Clinical and Substance Abuse Evaluations
Do you need a DUI or substance abuse clinical evaluation but have a busy schedule or lack transportation?
Beginning September 23, 2019, The State of Georgia DUI Intervention Program has approved TeleHealth DUI evaluations for court or probation that are accepted statewide. In accordance with Rule 135-11-.01 TeleMental Health, clinical evaluators are now able to conduct online DUI evaluations by a credentialed professional. Based on the evaluation results, you may be recommended for treatment. The telehealth evaluation results can be used for state certified treatment programs throughout the state of Georgia. AA Academy of Action is a state-approved provider that can assist you with making the clinical evaluation process a little easier.
Wherever you live in Georgia, we are here to help!
In State Violations are $125, Out Of State Violation is $150 if the violation occurred in Georgia but the person lives out of state can be Virtual or in person.
If you have a DOT violation, our Substance Abuse Professional can help you with the process!
Substance Abuse Professionals (SAP)
Specifically, an SAP evaluates workers who have violated a US Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and continuing care. These assessments are face-to-face clinical evaluations that determine what level of assistance the employee needs in resolving problems associated with alcohol or prohibited drug use. This may serve as a referral source to assist the employee’s entry into an acceptable program. The follow-up evaluation will determine if the employee has demonstrated successful compliance with recommendations of the initial evaluation and has made appropriate clinical progress sufficient to return to duty. The evaluator will also provide the employee and employer will recommendations for continuing care.
These assessments must be in person and are clinical evaluations that determine what level of assistance the employee needs in resolving problems associated with alcohol or prohibited drug use.
We also offer clinical evaluations for workers who have violated a US Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol program regulation and will make recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and continuing care. This may also serve as a referral source to assist you in your entry into an acceptable program.
A Return To Duty Letter will be written to the employer upon completion of the 2nd evaluation.