Notice: Hopewell Clinical remains open as an essential business. We are still scheduling appointments and holding group sessions (under 10 people). We are following all enhanced cleaning procedures to ensure your safety during the Covid-19 pandemic.
DUI Treatment Services and General Substance Abuse Programs
- Drug and Alcohol Testing
- On site 5-panel test
- If required, specimens can be sent to the lab and results are returned fairly quickly.
Assessments and Evaluations
Regardless of your situation, you will need to complete some type of evaluation.
Contact us, explain your situation or need, and we will help schedule you for an assessment with the correct diagnostic tool.
The following types of evaluations/assessments are available:
Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Uniform Report - for DUI
This evaluation is necessary for court purposes after a DUI arrest.
At appointment time please have with you:
- Complete Driving Abstract for court purposes (no more than 30 days old). This can be obtained for a minor fee at your nearest Drivers License facility.
- Documentation of Date/Time of arrest and Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) or Refusal. This information can be found on court documents such as the “Notice of Summary Suspension” or the “Law Enforcement Sworn Report”. The Circuit Clerk can often provide this information.
Note: Evaluations cannot be completed without the above items.
Alcohol and Drug Evaluation "Report Update"
Generally, an Administrative Hearing requisite. The initial Uniform Report is only good for 6 months.
Alcohol and Drug Assessment
Accepted Diagnostic Instrument by SUPR - Necessary to be placed into "Level I or Level II treatment programs".
Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Assessments
Specialized Assessment Instrument - Parent or Guardian needs to be present for the intake process.
Investigative Alcohol / Drug Evaluation
Not related to a DUI conviction but necessary when there has been a loss of driving privileges within ten years that was alcohol/drug related, other implied consent suspensions situations may apply, criminal records indicate problems with alcohol/drugs, or other evidence finds the individual may have alcohol/drug problems.
Treatment Classifications / Recommendations
For Court or License Reinstatement Purposes:
In Illinois you must complete a DUI – Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Uniform Report if you receive a DUI/drug or alcohol related Summary Suspension. This is a Department of Human Services-Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (SUPR) diagnostic tool which assigns you a risk level and recommends substance abuse education and/or treatment. The offender will fall under one of these risk levels.
- Minimal Risk - Requires 10 hours of DRE (Drivers Risk Education)
- Moderate Risk - Requires 10 hours DRE and 12 hours of “Early Intervention Services”
- Significant Risk - Requires 10 Hours DRE and a minimum of 20 hours of “treatment”
- High Risk (Dependent or Non-Dependent) - Requires 75 hours of “treatment”
Call to set up an appointment for this evaluation. The Evaluation Report will be required by the county court where the violation occurred.
Adult Treatment - Group Schedules
Hopewell Clinical is licensed to teach the 10 hour Drivers Risk Education Class (DRE). We are also a licensed for Level I and Level II outpatient/substance abuse programming.
If you or a person you know receives a DUI or has substance abuse issues, please do not delay in contacting Hopewell. Scheduling an assessment/evaluation is the first step in overcoming a drug or alcohol problem.
This demonstration of personal accountability, and readiness to change is always looked upon favorably by the criminal justice system and hoped for by significant others in that person's life. A treatment recommendation will be made at the time of the assessment/evaluation and the individual will be asked to complete a certain number of hours of education and/or therapy.
For education and therapy groups that one might be assigned (depending on risk level), find a location near you. All scheduling currently done through the Quincy Office.