Deer Rehabilitation Services Inc has offices located in Chicago's South Loop, Westside and Riverside, Illinois and is licensed by the State of Illinois Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse (DASA) to provide Driving Under the Influence (DUI) evaluations (Chicago Loop, Westside and Riverside), Risk Education Classes (Chicago and Riverside) and Alcohol and other drug treatment classes(Chicago and Riverside). In Illinois, anyone arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs (DUI) must undergo an alcohol and drug evaluation before a judicial driving permit (JDP) can be granted by the court. Sentencing can occur for the DUI offense or restricted or full driving privileges can be granted by the Office of the Secretary of State. The purpose of the evaluation is to determine the extent of your alcohol and/or drug use and its associated risk to current or future public safety. The following areas are reviewed:
- Driving History Chemical test results (blood alcohol content)
- Objective test score
- Category Interview with the evaluator
The focus of the interview is your past and current alcohol and drug use, specifically as it relates to your driving history. Your responses are checked against the driving record, the Objective test score, the results of the chemical testing, and possibly some other corroborative sources. It is important that you be truthful when talking with the evaluative, if not you may risk denial of your driving priveleges by either the court or the Office of the Secretary of State, be required to undergo another evaluation at your expense or delay sentencing for the DUI.
When the evaluation is completed a classification and/or recommendation will be determined by the evaluator and recorded on the Alcohol and Drug Uniform Report form for the Court or the Office of the Secretary of State. This form will then be sent to the Court or given to you to take to the Office of the Secretary of State for the drivers license hearing. The classification will be one of the following:
- Minimal Risk
- Moderate Risk
- Significant Risk
- High Risk
Completion of a minimum of ten hours DUI Risk Education Classes.
Completion of minimum of ten hours of D.U.I. Risk Education Classes and a minimum of 12 hours of early intervention Classes provided over a minimum of four weeks.
Completion of a minimum of ten hours of D.U.I. Risk Education Classes and a minimum of 20 hours of substance abuse treatment Classes and, after discharge, active ongoing participation in all activities specified in the continuing care plan.
Completion of a minimum of 75 hours of substance abuse treatment Classes and, after discharge, active ongoing participation in all activities specified in the continuing care plan.
Please visit one of our Chicago, Illinois or Riverside, Illinois offices today to get started with your DUI Evaluation, Risk Education or Substance Abuse Treatment Services. We are here to help you with negotiable fee's!!!