Clinical Evaluation

You can register online and purchase the evaluation with no waiting or long process.

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Locations

College Park: #4070 & #873
5234 Old National Hwy, College Park, Georgia 30349
Phone: 404.767.8100
Monday- Friday: 10am – 6pm

Marietta: #4072 & #2039
2188 Austell Road Marietta, GA 30008
Phone: 770.433.9233
Monday- Friday: 10am – 5pm

Walk ins are welcome
Weekends, Before and After hours are by appointment only
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Clinical Evaluations & D.U.I Offender Treatments

Often when an individual is charged with a DUI (or any other drug or alcohol related charge), they will be required to undergo an evaluation either by a judge, attorney or probation officer. However, other charges may also require Clinical Evaluations. Call for more information.

Some clients hesitate doing a Clinical Evaluation because they fear that they will automatically be recommended treatment. This is not the case for everyone.

Why would I need a Clinical Evaluation?
  • DUI (Alcohol and/or Drug Charge)
  • Probation Ordered
  • Court Ordered
  • Reckless Driving
  • Possession
  • Underage
  • INS (Immigration Required)
  • ASAM Level 1 Treatment

DUI/Reckless Driving

$ 125
00
One Time Fee
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DUI Multiple Offenders

$ 140
00
One Time Fee
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Habitual

$ 165
00
One Time Fee
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Possession Charges

$ 110
00
One Time Fee
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Alcohol & Drug Evaluations

$ 110
00
One Time Fee
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Out of State Evaluations

$ 150-300
00
One Time Fee
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Out of State(Illinois)

$ 210
00
One Time Fee
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Immigration Clinical DUI

$ 450
00
One Time Fee
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What is a Treatment Session?

AABACUS Counciling Centers are an approved provider for Clinical Evaluations and Treatment.

Clinical Evaluators may recommend treatment. Treatment means attendance and participation in the type of program recommended by the Evaluator. Treatment is required if determined necessary by the Clinical Evaluator.

Did you know??

Clinical Evaluation may also be required in order to obtain a limited driving permit (to get to and from work, school and/or treatment) after the minimum 4 months of license suspension.

You also have the right to complete any treatment recommendations at your facility of choice.
As a client, you always have the right to get a second opinion if you disagree with the evaluation results or recommendations.