Driver’s License Evaluations
Charged with a substance use related offense that affects your ability to drive a car?
If your driver’s license has been revoked or suspended for drug/alcohol related offenses, the State of Michigan requires a substance abuse evaluation as part of the restoration process.
This substance abuse evaluation is a major, important element of the restoration process and must meet certain specifications. Drug testing is a necessary component of this evaluation.
The substance abuse evaluation must be satisfied and submitted before the driver can request a hearing with a DLAD (Driver’s License Assessment Department) Hearing Agent. This evaluation can mean the difference between having your license reinstated and having to take a bus because the appeal process cannot be instituted for 30 days after a denial.
At River’s Bend PC, our clinicians understand the process and the State of Michigan requirements and, while it can seem overwhelming to you, they can help you navigate and fulfill all the necessary components required by law.
Our clinicians will work with your attorney and all other treatment providers in your case to ensure that paperwork is completed accurately and with the necessary information to guide you to a positive outcome.