An evaluation requires an administered assessment and a clinical interview. The results determine the clients required treatment and education needs.
Risk Education is a ten-hour education program for DUI offenders. Offenders are educated on Breath Alcohol Concentration, IL Laws and Consequences, Choices/Changes, the effects of drugs on brain and body. The class consists of four sessions, each two and a half hours long.
Mediation can be an effective option for resolving disputed issues for parents involved in family court litigation while affording privacy in a non-biased atmosphere. Mediation is designed to engage and empower parents of minor children so they can become their child's best and most effective parent.
This 4-hour class is designed to meet the needs of parents who are raising children in separate households, whether those parents are still married, are separated or divorced, or were never married. It is also appropriate for grandparents, step-parents and other caregivers. Participants will leave the class with increased knowledge of developmental factors that affect children.
This service evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.