Self Referral vs. Court Mandated Assessment

It is important to know what to expect when attending a court mandated alcohol and drug assessment as the requirements are slightly different than a self referral.


A few documents are needed to complete your assessment:

  • Complete driving abstract – can be obtained at any D.O.L
  • Washington State Criminal History – can be located at:
  • Police report of incident – if applicable – or can be provided by your legal representation
  • Referring agency’s contact information – attorney, probation officer, social worker etc…
  • Assessment fee – due at the time of your appointment if you need assistance with any of these items, don’t hesitate to contact us and our friendly staff will guide you.
  • A urine sample will be required at the time of your appointment


You will spend time in an interview/discussion with our counselor and lastly, your assessment results will be reported and explained to you. Plenty of time will be provided for any questions you may have and referrals given for any resources you may need or want.

Typically, all paperwork signed and documents provided your evaluation will be sent to whomever you request within one to two weeks of your assessment date.

What we offer

We partner with many surrounding agencies to share services in all areas of the service field. If you are currently attending a treatment facility and feel that you are being mis-treated or unsure of your rights as a client in an outpatient care setting, give us a call.  Our answers are always the honest truth and if we cannot answer, we will find a resource that can.
  • Alcohol/Drug Evaluations
  • DUI Assessments
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • Inpatient Treatment Placement
  • Intervention Services
  • Family Support

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