Alcohol and Drug Evaluation

An Alcohol and Drug Evaluation, also known as a Substance Abuse Evaluation or Chemical Dependence Assessment, involves a clinical component utilizing standardized psychosocial assessment tools. The evaluation culminates in a detailed written report outlining the results.

This process aims to provide an accurate diagnosis and offer recommendations to help individuals make informed decisions about their next steps. The Alcohol and Drug Evaluation counselor conducts a thorough assessment, providing a preliminary diagnosis of chemical dependency and tailored treatment recommendations to address specific needs.

This service serves as a valuable referral or disposition resource for various entities, including courts, Family Protective Child Protective Services (CPS), companies, schools, and other third parties. Recommendations may include addiction treatment or referrals to physical and mental health practitioners, family counselors, or other helping professionals.

Our evaluations are widely accepted by local adult and juvenile probation offices (such as Collin, Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant County CSCD), the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS), CPS, lawyers, and other organizations.

The Health and Human Services (HHSC) has initiated a fund aimed at enhancing accessibility to substance use treatment. If you are a Youth or Adult Client without insurance or means to pay, you may qualify to utilize this government funding to cover your treatment expenses.

Please review the eligibility requirements provided carefully and complete the appropriate form accordingly. Once completed, kindly submit the form via email for consideration. It’s important to note that this funding is specifically allocated for substance abuse-related treatment and may not extend to cover additional services.