Alcohol and Drug Evaluations
The Diversion Center

Our staff are trained to identify substance abuse potential and recommend treatment for at-risk or court-ordered individuals. Our services are guaranteed to be court-approved.

Anger Management Evaluations

A Certified Anger Management Specialist is specially trained to determine if an individual possesses the proper coping mechanisms to avoid violent behavior and deal with angry thoughts.

Prime For Life®

The Diversion Center offers National Research Institute® approved Prime For Life® classes on a weekly basis. The 8-hour educational course has been shown to reduce alcohol and drug abuse in teens and adults.

Family Violence Intervention Program

FVIP is a 24-week court-mandated outpatient program that teaches group members personal accountability for their use of violence in domestic relationships.

Shoplifting and Theft Prevention

This 3-hour seminar provides participants with the tools to prevent future shoplifting or theft offenses by teaching them about triggers, types of shoplifters, and stressing active shopping.

OUR LOCATIONS

MARIETTA

2480 Windy Hill Rd SE Suite 401
Marietta, GA 30067
Phone: ​(404) 503-8069
Fax: (678) 826-0606

LAWRENCEVILLE

561 W Pike St. Suite 206
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Phone: ​(404) 781-7468

DULUTH

2702 Duluth Hwy Suite A
Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: (404) 781-7468

JONESBORO

9442 South Main Street, Suite 103
Jonesboro, GA 30236
Phone: (404) 369-8597
Fax: (678) 826-0606

FAYETTEVILLE

320 W. Lanier Avenue, Suite 200
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Phone: ​(404) 503-8069

CUMMING

101 Colony Park Drive Suite 40 A
Cumming, GA 30040
Phone: ​(404) 781-7468

Court Approved Evaluations and Classes

Why choose the Diversion Center?

At the Diversion Center, we understand that you have likely never been in this situation before. For that reason, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with the best customer service, telling you everything we can about your next steps, and offering our continued guidance and service so that you never make the same mistake again.

Our counselors are the best in the field, and we won’t waste your time. We will always give you our honest recommendations, and we ask that you give us honest answers in return. Our office is a judgement-free, positive, and open atmosphere. All of our services are court-approved. Meet our staff.

We Are Hiring

We have open interviews every Thursday from 2pm-4pm at our Marietta office. We are looking for part-time facilitators, administrative personnel, and evaluators that excel at what they do. We are looking for those that are willing to learn, grow, and strive to be the best version of themselves. If you want to join a winning team and be appreciated for a job well-done, come show us what you got. We would love to meet with you.

Looking for an alcohol and drug evaluation?

The Diversion Center offers various services to help those that are on probation or pre-trial diversion. We provide DUI evaluations, alcohol and drug classes, and alcohol and drug counseling. We also offer assessments for substance abuse, anger management, and more.

Our team is comprised of experienced professionals who are dedicated to helping you get your life back on track. We understand that you may be in a challenging situation right now, but we are here to support you every step of the way.

Call us to learn more about our services.404-503-8069

DUI Evaluation

A DUI evaluation is a alcohol and drug assessment given to individuals who have been charged with driving under the influence. The clinician will gather information on the individual’s substance use history and current functioning during the evaluation. They may also administer various tests to assess for substance use disorders and other mental health conditions.

The goal of the evaluation is to provide recommendations to the court and any necessary follow-up care for the individual. It is important to note that these evaluations are not intended to determine guilt or innocence in a legal sense, but rather to inform future actions such as probation requirements or alcohol treatment programs.

Ultimately, a DUI evaluation can serve as an important step in addressing substance use issues and preventing future occurrences of dangerous behavior on the road.

Alcohol And Drug Counseling

Our society often glamorize substance use, but the reality is that substance abuse can destroy lives and tear apart families. Alcohol and drug counseling can help individuals struggling with addiction free themselves from the vicious cycle of dependence and get on the path to a healthier, happier life.

Counselors assess the individual’s unique needs and develop personalized treatment plans, which may include group therapy, support groups, education, and lifestyle changes. These licensed professionals also work with family members to promote healing and understanding within relationships. Through the support of a counsellor, those struggling with addiction can learn to cope with triggers, manage cravings, and establish healthy patterns of behavior.

Taking the first step towards seeking help can be daunting, but alcohol and drug counseling offers a safe and supportive environment for individuals to begin their journey towards recovery.

Alcohol Assessment

Many people are familiar with court-ordered alcohol assessment because of a DUI charge, but such assessments can also serve as a preventative tool for those at risk of developing a substance abuse problem. Alcohol assessments typically involve filling out a questionnaire and meeting with a trained counselor or therapist to discuss your drinking habits and potential red flags for addiction.

The assessment can provide important insight into one’s relationship with alcohol and pave the way for seeking treatment if necessary. It is important to remember that an alcohol assessment isn’t just for those with severe or chronic issues; it can benefit anyone who wants to make sure their drinking habits are in check.

Substance Abuse Evaluation

An substance abuse evaluation is a substance abuse assessment used in the criminal justice system to determine if an offender can participate in and benefit from rehabilitation programs. The evaluation includes a comprehensive review of the offender’s mental health history, substance abuse history, abuse history, employment history, medical history, family history and current functioning.

A court-appointed therapist or alcohol and drug counselor often conducts this assessment. In some cases, the results of the substance abuse  evaluation can influence a judge’s decision on sentencing or whether to order inpatient or outpatient treatment instead of imprisonment. It can also inform treatment plans and aid correctional facilities in providing appropriate services for the offender.

Ultimately, an substance abuse evaluation aims to provide personalized recommendations for how best to address their needs and potential risk factors, with the goal of reducing recidivism and promoting positive behavioral changes. While it should not be relied upon as the sole determinant in making decisions about an offender’s rehabilitation plan, an substance evaluation can provide valuable insight into their individual strengths and challenges.

Anger Management Evaluation

An anger management evaluation aims to identify a individuals skill level of managing emotions and behavior after they are triggered. A successful anger management evaluation should assess behavior, attitudes, and overall emotional well-being. It’s important for evaluators to ask both open-ended and specific questions about specific anger triggers and how the individual has handled them in the past.

In addition, it’s important to understand the individual’s support system and whether they have adequate access to resources such as therapy and support groups. By thoroughly evaluating these aspects, it’s possible to determine the potential need for participation in an anger management program.

It’s also essential to keep in mind that managing anger is a continuous process, so even successful evaluations should not be seen as a definitive endpoint. Rather, they should serve as checkpoints for ongoing growth and development.

What Are The 4 Levels of The Addiction Process?

The addiction process can be broken down into four distinct levels:

  • Pre-addiction
  • Intoxication
  • Withdrawal
  • Relapse

Pre-addiction refers to the period before someone becomes addicted to a substance or behavior, during which they may experiment or “try” the substance or behavior.  Factors that contribute to pre-addiction include social and environmental influences, psychological factors such as stress or anxiety, and genetic predisposition.

Intoxication is when an individual is under the influence of a substance or engages in addictive behavior.  They may experience euphoria, altered perception, impaired judgment, and other physical or emotional effects.

The withdrawal stage involves a decrease in use and potential physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal. These may include intense cravings, fatigue, mood swings, and other symptoms that vary based on the substance or behavior.

Relapse occurs when an individual who had previously stopped using returns to active addiction. This can be triggered by stress, social cues, or other environmental factors.

It is important to note that not everyone will progress through each stage in the same way, as factors such as genetics and environment can play a role in one’s journey through addiction.

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Court Approved Treatment

Programs & Evaluations

Diversion Center is a court-approved outpatient treatment facility headquartered in Marietta, GA. We provide court mandated and employer mandated counseling.

Court Approved Treatment

Programs & Evaluations

Diversion Center is a court-approved outpatient treatment facility headquartered in Marietta, GA. We provide court mandated and employer mandated counseling.

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