Johnston County DWI Assessments / Alcohol Assessments
A DWI Assessment, also known as an Alcohol Assessment, is required of anyone who is convicted of DWI in the state of North Carolina. You cannot receive a Limited Driving Privilege without a DWI Assessment. Furthermore, obtaining a proper assessment and treatment can potentially help you if obtained ahead of your court date. A state-licensed facility such as DWI Services Inc. in Clayton and Smithfield, NC is required to perform the DWI Assessment, evaluate the results, and provide recommended DWI treatment. The cost of the DWI Assessment is $100. This price is the same state-wide in NC. The full fee is to be collected at the time of the assessment.
Email for an appointment or Call now:
Clayton DWI Services: 919-550-7394
Smithfield DWI Services: 919-938-0921
Please read through the information below for each step in the DWI Assessments process:
Clients can make appointments at their convenience and be assessed as scheduled without waiting.
Clients are assessed in a non-judgemental manner. Confidentiality As a private clinic, strict confidential control of client records is maintained.
A lifetime driving history is required as a part of the assessment. A lifetime driving record can be obtained at the DMV in Raleigh or our staff will assist clients in obtaining one at the time of the assessment.
NC Statute establishes assessment fees. The cost of the assessment is one hundred dollars ($100.00).
Clients with literary issues may choose to complete the assessment verbally.
Clients and their attorneys may obtain information from our staff without bureaucratic red tape, or unwarranted waiting.
Upon client’s requests assessments are delivered to client’s attorneys for presentation in court. We will discuss assessment results with client’s attorneys at no cost to clients.
Restoration of License
We ensure required documentation for the restoration of driving privileges is accurate and presented promptly to appropriate agencies.
Clients completing recommended counseling, prior to court date will be provided written documentation for presentation in court.
DWI or Alcoholism Treatment
Treatment recommendations will be determined based on assessment results. Recommendations will be available immediately following the assessment.
New Hours Available!
DWI Services now offers Friday evening appointments and Saturday afternoon appointments for your convenience.