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El Paso Texas Alcohol Drug Evaluations DUI DWI Assessments

If you need an Alcohol or Drug Evaluation for a DUI or DWI, Child Custody Issues, Possession of Marijuana, MIP "minor in possession", Divorce Settlement, Public Intoxication and many other legally required reasons, then you should call us at 888.781.7060.

You can be assured to get a fair and unbiased Evalutions and Assessment from a licensed and Certified counselor with over 35 years of Clinical Experience who is a graduate of Austin High School and UTEP in El Paso.

If you need an Alcohol or Drug Evaluation or Assessment, Including Alcohol Classes, in the El Paso, Texas area, Call on Our Help!

  • We Provide Illinois Out-of-State Petitioner Alcohol/Drug Evaluation Uniform Report.
  • We work on a sliding scale
  • None of our Assessments have ever been Denied.
  • We have done evaluations for Pilots for the FAA and other high level assessments.
  • We have done over 500 in the past three years.
  • Everyone has been happy and which makes us happy, too!
  • Let us show you why we are the most trusted alcohol assessment professionals.

If you have been cited for a DUI or DWI in El Paso, Texas or anywhere in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisana, Arizona, Utah and most of the Southwest, call us and we will help you be ahead of the game by getting your El Paso alcohol drug evaluation dui dwi assessments done correctly and quickly.

Our certified counselor supervisor, is semi-retired, but still does DWI and DUI assessments and evaluations with a 100% success in those that he has done since he started three years ago. Mac grew up in El Paso and graduated from Austin High School and got his undergraduate degree at UTEP. He understands that legal scene in El Paso and he can advice you on the best way to confront your legal situation.

Most people that get in trouble for the first time vow to themselves and their loved ones, that this will be the only time in their lives when they will put themselves in harm's way and be vulnerable to another arrest. And, for the most part, this is true and most people do not repeat their judgement error and have a second offence.

So, do the people that do get second and third offences wait to make their declaration after multiple offences? Of course not, they, like everyone else tell themselves that they will never drink and drive again, or whatever the issues is, they also postulate that they won't let this happen again.

However, the difference lies in the fact that if you have an addiction problem or if you have other unresolved issues in your life, they will defeat you by going against your better judgement and your resolutions. After a person makes a strong declaration that he won't ever be in this situation again, and yet it later happens, there are usually multiple justifications for what it occured. No one wants to believe that they are not in control of their lives.

These people need not be so hard on themselves. Let Mac do a thorough evaluation and he will help you have the awarenss you need to see why you are sabotaging your best efforts to succeed. You may have an addiction problem with some denial that is keeping you from confronting the issues and handling them appropriately, or you may have other areas in your lfe that are causing you to defeat yourself. It doesn't have to continue.

If you only have the first offence, then it is still valuable for you to let Mac use his assessment instruments and his wisdom to help you make strong decisions that you can live by without any doubts or reservations. There is no substitute for a good, thorough and ethical assessment by a seasoned and well-educated professional.

If you don't, for some unfounded reason, use our services, then you need to be aware that there are a few unethical and greedy assessors that will tell you that you have done well on your evaluations, but what they turn into the courts says that you need treatment.

What!

How are these two opposites possible?

Anything that you do at this level that is confusing and doesn't make sense is an alarm that you should take seriously. If you are in a situation where this is seeming to be the case, call Mac and he will investigate what is happening.

He did an evaluation for a young man a year ago who hadn't used any drugs for over two years. He was on probation and the Probation Officer wanted him to get an assessment and told him which evaluator he should see. Unfortunately, the assessment said that he needed to spend six-weeks and $5,000 on an Intensive Outpatient Program. Mac's assessment said that he didn't need any services.

There is no reconciling these two opposite outcomes. Mac's was based on ethical and caring evaluation of a person that has worked on his issues and has made successes out of his past errors. The other assessment wasn't based on the client's best interest, but was based on the greed of the evaluator and whatever scam that he and the PO had going.

Mac redid the evalation and the young man turned in the revised drug assessment. His PO wouldn't accept Mac's evaluations even though Mac's credientials were much higher than the original assessor. This dispute never resolved in favor of the client. He attended treatment that he didn't need and spent money he didn't have.

We advice you to listen to Mac and see if it doesn't make sense to let him help you.

Go to this page to hear what Mac has learned from other that have chosen the wrong alcohol and drug assesment and evaluation "professionals". Click Here

Unfortunately, there are many people who are reporting ways that they have been victims of evaluation "experts" that have taken advantage of their plight. Call and talk to Mac who is from El Paso and learn what to expect from a certified and licensed evaluator.