St Paul MN Chemical Health Assessment DUI Alcohol & Drug Service Launched

A new chemical health assessment service has been launched by Access Behavioral Change for St Paul, Minnesota clients. The team provides fair, unbiased services to evaluate personal involvement with alcohol.

St. Paul, United States - December 6, 2019 /PressCable/ —

A new chemical health assessment service has been launched by Access Behavioral Change for St Paul, Minnesota clients. The team believes in the philosophy that people can change their lives by changing their thoughts, and helps people to identify thought and behavior patterns that can cause harm to their wellbeing.

More information can be found at: https://AccessBehavioralChange.com

The new chemical health assessment service for St Paul clients is designed for anyone going through a DWI or DUI case. It is also applicable for domestic charges, custody issues, divorce, felony charges and personal injury cases.

In addition to this, the service can help employees where there is a concern at the workplace. Chemical health assessments can also be provided for students where an education institution has a concern about the welfare of a student.

Chemical health assessments can also be called chemical use assessments, substance abuse evaluations, alcohol assessments, DWI assessments and chemical dependency evaluations.

Access Behavioral Change is a company that provides chemical health assessments for individuals in order to determine their level of personal involvement with alcohol or drugs. Based on the information provided, they can then make recommendations for follow-up care, if appropriate.

Evaluations are sometimes required for legal issues, because drugs or alcohol have been involved. In Minnesota, the law requires anyone arrested for DWI to complete a chemical health assessment.

Access Behavioral Change works with attorneys to have clients complete the assessment prior to their court case. Completing the assessment prior to a court case can help with the negotiation process.

Assessments are required for clients with upcoming court dates, probation violations, domestic abuse issues, and other instances.

Interested parties can get in touch for high quality, confidential and supportive service from Access Behavioral Change.

The company states: “We provide unbiased, fair chemical health assessments to evaluate your personal involvement with alcohol and/or drugs and then if appropriate, provide recommendations regarding follow up care.”

Full details can be found on the URL above or in this video

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Contact Info:
Name: Kay Elliott
Email: Send Email
Organization: Access Behavioral Change
Address: 2233 University Ave W #341, St. Paul, MN 55114, United States
Phone: +1-763-566-2013

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937519

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