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Discover the easiest and most efficient way to complete your court-mandated alcohol screening. Our online platform is designed to help you fulfill your legal obligations with minimal stress, offering a convenient, confidential, and court-approved solution for those facing DUI charges.

Our MVD and Court Approved online alcohol screening serves as an assessment tool to evaluate an individual’s alcohol consumption patterns and potential risks associated with their drinking behavior. These screenings are often required by courts following a DUI charge to determine the appropriate rehabilitation plan and to promote responsible alcohol use. Our experts are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about your screening results. 

The Importance of an Online Alcohol Screening

After obtaining a DUI charge, it’s crucial to undergo alcohol screening as mandated by the court. This screening not only helps identify any potential alcohol-related issues but also plays a significant role in determining the appropriate course of action for rehabilitation, education, and prevention of future offenses.

The Screening Process

Cornerstone DUI specializes in providing user-friendly and court-approved online alcohol screenings to meet your legal requirements. Our platforms are accessible, secure, and designed to make the process as straightforward as possible. With our online alcohol screening services, you can complete your assessment from the comfort of your home, ensuring confidentiality and convenience throughout the process.

Understanding the Legal Implications of DUI Charges

Facing a DUI charge can be a challenging and confusing experience. With potential legal consequences such as fines, license suspension, and even jail time, it’s essential to address your DUI charge responsibly and comply with all court requirements. We are here to help you navigate the complexities of DUI-related legal mandates and make the process more manageable.

Courts often require individuals charged with a DUI to undergo alcohol screening as part of their legal obligations. This crucial step enables the court to assess the individual’s alcohol consumption patterns and determine the appropriate rehabilitation or treatment plan. By using our court approved services, you can ensure that you fulfill your court-mandated requirements with ease, convenience, and peace of mind. 

The Role of Alcohol Screening in Dui Prevention

Alcohol screening plays a vital role in promoting rehabilitation and preventing future offenses. By identifying potential risks associated with your alcohol consumption, the screening process helps create a tailored intervention plan to address those risks. We offer a seamless and efficient solution to fulfill this essential component of your legal process, empowering you to take control of your DUI rehabilitation journey and prevent future DUI-related incidents. Choose our online alcohol screening services and take the first step towards a responsible and informed approach to alcohol use.

ALCOHOL Screening Assessment
Frequently Asked Questions

1. Registration and verification

Getting started with our online alcohol screening service is quick and easy. Simply register on our secure platform and provide the necessary information for verification. Our user-friendly interface ensures a seamless registration process, allowing you to begin your assessment with minimal hassle.

2. Completing the screening questionnaire

An appointment is created for you to meet with one of our therapists to complete your screening.

3. Obtaining the screening results and recommendation report

After submitting the questionnaire, you’ll receive your personalized screening results and report promptly. This detailed report will provide valuable insights into your alcohol use and offer guidance on the next steps in your rehabilitation process.

Cornerstone DUI’s alcohol assessments can be anywhere from 15 minutes to 1 hour, but most of the time you can expect to spend 15-30 minutes in your alcohol assessment, where you’re answering questions with a certified Arizona therapist. 

Our Alcohol Screenings are ADOT approved and accepted in all Arizona courts. They are designed to provide an accurate assessment of a client’s relationship with alcohol, as well as a personalized plan for recovery. 

The questions you will be asked in an alcohol screening are designed to assess your level of problem drinking. They are not meant to be judgmental in any way, but rather to give you an accurate picture of how alcohol is affecting your life and the lives of those around you. It is important to answer each question honestly and openly so that the most effective treatment plan can be created for your individual needs.

Examples of questions you will be asked at an alcohol screening are :

– How often do you drink alcohol?

– How much do you typically drink when you have an alcoholic beverage?

– Do you ever drink more than you intended to in a single session?

– Do family members, friends, or coworkers express concern about your drinking habits? 

– Have there been any negative consequences as a result of your alcohol use, such as relationship problems, financial issues, or legal trouble?

– Have you ever experienced withdrawal symptoms after drinking?

By honestly answering these questions, you are taking the first step toward a healthier future. 

To prepare for an alcohol screening, you’ll need to have a device ready to go that you can use to participate in the online session. Our therapists use Zoom to meet with DUI clients. 

If you have any questions, you can write them down so that you can ask them during your assessment. 

It might also be helpful to have a paper and pen nearby so that you can jot down any notes to remember for later. 

We will beat any competitor by 10% guaranteed, making us always the economically friendly option.  

We serve the entire state of Arizona, however, we can only do an in-person visit if you’re close to the Scottsdale area. Please give us a call so that we can discuss your options for coming in for your alcohol screening. 

You may refuse an alcohol assessment, however, this refusal may have consequences for your case. Refusing an alcohol assessment can lead to the indefinite suspension of your license and other penalties. Additionally, if you are found guilty of DUI or DWI, the fact that you refused an alcohol assessment can be taken into account during sentencing. It is important to understand the implications of refusing an alcohol assessment and weigh your options carefully. Speak to a DUI attorney or other trusted advisor before making any decisions regarding refusing an alcohol assessment. You need to make sure that you are fully informed about the risks and rewards associated with your decision. 

Additional resources and support

  1. Educational materials on responsible alcohol use

In addition to our online alcohol screening services, we offer a range of educational materials to help you better understand responsible alcohol use and the consequences of impaired driving. These resources aim to support your rehabilitation journey and prevent future offenses.

  1. Referrals to treatment or support services

If your screening results indicate a need for further intervention, we provide referrals to appropriate treatment or support services. Our extensive network of professionals ensures you receive the necessary help to address any alcohol-related concerns.

  1. Access to trained professionals for guidance

Our team of trained professionals is available to assist you throughout the online alcohol screening process. From answering questions to providing guidance on your rehabilitation journey, we are committed to helping you navigate the complexities of DUI-related legal requirements with ease and confidence.

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