Professional Evaluations in AL on the Phone
Over 22,000 Alabamans a year are admitted to drug and alcohol treatment centers. You don’t have to be part of this statistic. If you have an ongoing issue with drugs or alcohol or if you’re being required by the court, completing a phone evaluation with a professional counselor can be a great first step. In just over an hour you’ll find out if you’ve got risk factors for addiction, learn coping strategies, and get your certificate to take to a judge.
Do You Need a Drug & Alcohol Assessment in Alabama?
Substance charges in Alabama are on the rise, from Minor in Possessions to DUIs to reckless endangerment. A judge may require you to talk to a certified counselor during a professional evaluation but completing one before court could work in your favor. Show the judge you understand the severity of your charge and prove the state has nothing to worry about – complete your over-the-phone assessment today.Show More
Experienced Licensed Counselors
You can trust our team of qualified counselors to provide you with a totally unbiased evaluation in Alabama. They understand your busy schedule and your need for a quick, confidential assessment.
Affordable and Anonymous
Don't let the fear of running into someone you know stop you from completing your Alabama drug and alcohol requirements. Our online programs are always 100% confidential so you can be sure your identity is protected from prying eyes.
Our partners provide the very best online alcohol and drug evaluations in AL at rates you can always afford!
Completed Over the Phone/Skype
Have a packed schedule? Get your evaluation done over the phone or even using Skype to save yourself a bundle in gas money and inconvenience. With a limited number of evaluation centers in AL, remote assessments just make the most sense.
Money Back Guarantee
Worried about making a financial commitment? We offer a full money-back guarantee if you're unhappy with your assessment experience for any reason. We're only satisfied once you're completely satisfied.
Our online assessment has helped thousands of students across the U.S. We're a recognized leader in quality substance abuse programs, traffic programs, and more!
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Please be aware that Alabama does not accept online evaluations for court, DMV, probation or any other legal reasons.
Remember: It is your responsibility to check with your attorney, the court,
and/or the DMV to ensure a distance-learning class meets your needs and requirements.