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Pinard be ordered to undergo a substance abuse evaluation and any related treatment recommended by the Probation Department, remain drug-free with random testing and stay away from Price Chopper as conditions of probation.
Pilots with more than one DUI offense must undergo a substance abuse evaluation, according to the agency.
This program is intended to provide a meaningful period of abstinence, in conjunction with a substance abuse evaluation and treatment program, in order to promote behavioral change," says Minardi, whose program has monitored more than 2,000 offenders to-date with the technology.
It is a clinical feedback session that occurs after an initial substance abuse evaluation at our comprehensive assessment center.
The Patient Assessment Stamp lists a total of eight items: patient education, nutritional assessment, medication adherence counseling, risk reduction counseling, tobacco evaluation, mental health evaluation, substance abuse evaluation, and oral health evaluation.
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Hayes was ordered to undergo mental health and substance abuse evaluations and any related treatment recommended by the Probation Department.
3) The court shall consider the nature and circumstances of the offense charged, the child's need for substance abuse evaluation and/or treatment, and the child's mental condition.