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Care Clinics Inc. will provide you with the assessments, substance abuse education, and substance abuse or dependency treatment you need.
DUI Evaluations – Naperville & Yorkville, IL.
Serving Aurora, Oswego, Plainfield, Bolingbrook & The Western Suburbs
What Is a DUI Evaluation?
Driving under the influence (DUI) is defined as operating a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol, other drugs or intoxicating compounds. In Illinois, drivers are legally considered to be under the influence if they have a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or more, a tetrahydrocannabinol (cannabis) concentration (THC) of either 5 nanograms or more per milliliter of whole blood or 10 nanograms or more per milliliter of other bodily substance, have used any other controlled substance, or are impaired by medication. This could be any of the following or any combination of the following:
- Illicit Drugs
- Mood Altering Medication (prescription or over the counter)
Illinois mandates that anyone arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) or drugs must undergo an alcohol & drug evaluation before sentencing can occur for the DUI offense, or restricted or full driving privileges can be allowed by the Office of the Secretary of State. The purpose of the evaluation is to determine the extent of a person's alcohol or drug use and their associated risk to current and future public safety. The evaluation must be done in a face-to-face interview focusing on past & current alcohol & drug use, specifically as they relate to driving history & current drinking habits.
Same Day DUI Evaluations
DUI Evaluation, Risk Evaluation & Counseling
It doesn’t matter whether your problem with alcohol or other substances is mild or severe, whether you’ve decided to get help on your own, or if someone else is insisting you need help, we are here to help. At Care Clinics Of Naperville Inc. we know that addictions are hard to overcome, so we will work with you to develop practical options to resolve your issues. We work with courts, employers, schools, & families. We offer same day DUI evaluations & we have 2 locations to better service you.
If You Have Received A DUI in Illinois:
- Evaluations for Illinois DUI’s & out of state arrests
- DUI Driver Risk Education -- 10 Hours of alcohol & drug education
- Moderate - 12 hours of early intervention
- Significant - 20 hours of substance abuse treatment
- High Risk - 75 hours (extensive outpatient)
- Court & probation requirements
- Probation / Parole requirements
- Secretary of state requirements
- Second opinion evaluations
- Outpatient & intensive outpatient treatment programs
- Early intervention counseling
- Continuing care
- Aftercare programs
- Relapse prevention
- Updated DUI evaluations of Secretary of State
- Drivers’ license reinstatement assistance
Tips For DUI Evaluation
Before the evaluation, it’s important to gather the information you will need to bring with you:
- Copy of Driving Abstract (also known as a Driving History) from DMV
- Copy of the Sworn Report from the night of arrest. This is available by request from the police station.
- Corroborating story from another person, usually a spouse or close friend to verify your alcohol/drug history. If you can bring that person to the DUI Evaluation, it’s helpful. However, the corroborating story can also be obtained via phone.
During the evaluation, our licensed counselor at Care Clinics of Naperville Inc. will conduct an interview, ask about past drug or alcohol use, and what happened the night of the arrest. It can take about 1 hour. It is important to be truthful, because if caught in lying, the judge will not be tough on sentencing. When the evaluation is completed, a classification and a recommendation will be determined by the evaluator and recorded on the Alcohol and Drug Uniform Report form for the Court & the Office of the Secretary of State.
Contact Care Clinics of Naperville Inc. Today to Schedule An Appointment!
We Offer Same Day DUI Evaluations!