What Makes Behavioral Health Intervention Center Different:
At Behavioral Health Intervention Center, you have the option of completing your DWI Assessment and DWI Classes across one of our three Charlotte, North Carolina DWI and DUI Facilities. Despite where you get your DWI Assessment completed, you can complete the classes at one of our three locations, and this includes transfers. If you have completed a DWI assessment at another DWI facility and it was completed with the six-month time frame allowed, you can complete the recommended DWI or DUI class hours at a Behavioral Health Intervention Center DWI facility. If you chose to complete your DWI Assessment or Out of State DWI/DUI assessment at a Behavioral Health Intervention Center location, you can rest assure the assessor will provide you a fair DWI assessment and will not provide you with a recommendation of more hours than you need.
When Behavioral Health Intervention Center DWI assessors meet with you they are polite and treat you with respect. Our assessors understand you have already been through enough grief and it’s not our job to make you feel any worst off. We take pride in assisting our clients with completing their DWI assessment, ADETS classes, short and long term DWI or DUI class recommended hours in a convenient and timely manner. You will have the ability to call our DWI clerical staff to ask questions pertaining to the number of DWI class hours you have left, request to get your DWI assessment paperwork sent to your DWI attorney, or the status of your completed E-508 form which is the final step in completing your DWI or DUI process prior to get your North Carolina Driver’s License reinstated.
A driver convicted of a DWI charge in Charlotte, North Carolina, must complete a substance abuse assessment and go through some form of addiction and DWI classes or treatment program to reinstate drivers’ license if found guilty or advised by their attorney. Charlotte, North Carolina DWI Assessments and DWI Classes recommended in accordance to the ASAM criteria. Alcohol and Drug Education and DWI Classes are recommended to the drunk driver based on Prior Lifetime DWI Conviction, Refusal of a chemical test or (BAC) at the time of the arrest, and when the Substance Abuse Assessment reviles a diagnosis.
South Carolina ADSAP >
The South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program, also known as ADSAP, is a mandatory education or treatment program that is offered to out-of-state drivers who have been convicted of a DWI in the State of South Carolina. Drivers who live in South Carolina are not eligible to participate in the ADSAP program without an exception granted by the South Carolina Interstate ADSAP Office. The ADSAP process is similar to that of an NC DWI in that an assessment, completion of education or treatment, and paperwork submission are required to become eligible for reinstatement.
Alcohol Assessment >
An alcohol assessment is a complete review of alcohol use and how it has or potentially could impact a client’s life. Based on data collected during the face-to-face interview, a needs assessment is performed which determines whether education or treatment services would enhance the client’s level of functioning. Collateral resource examination such as the relationship with alcohol, prior alcohol-related arrests, personal and professional impact, and physical and psychological concerns are evaluated and compared to clinical criteria to determine whether the client meets criteria for diagnosis of an alcohol use disorder. If you have been advised that you need an alcohol assessment or personally feel that alcohol may be a problem, please reach out
What is the FMCSA Clearinghouse? >
The FMCSA Clearinghouse is an online database that stores drug and alcohol testing violations, as well as the return to duty information that follows such violations. The FMCSA Clearinghouse prevents those with violations from moving from one job to another without remediating the violation. Before the implementation of the FMCSA Clearinghouse, drivers with alcohol and drug-related violations were able to enter safety-sensitive positions without such regulations. This could place the drivers, their coworkers, their employers, and the public at risk of great harm. If you have any questions about the process to clear a DOT violation or have a need pertaining to a DOT SAP evaluation, please give our staff at Behavioral Health Intervention Center a call and we will be more than happy to assist you.
What is a North Carolina DWI Arrest? >
A DWI (Driving While Impaired) in North Carolina occurs when a driver is either suspected to be impaired after failing field sobriety tests or has a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher. An arrest can cost a significant amount of money and time away from work and other places that require transportation. Jail time, fines, and a suspension of a driver’s license are likely consequences of a DWI conviction and can cause emotional and financial distress. Here at Behavioral Health Intervention Center, we are eager to help you navigate through the process of completing a DWI assessment, satisfying the treatment recommendation, and submitting the necessary paperwork to the DWI to help you get back on track.
Our Cognitive Behavioral Intervention (CBI) program is educational in nature and serves first time offender clients in Charlotte, North Carolina and surrounding counties who have been arrested for misdemeanor offense such as assault, disorderly conduct, shoplifting, or any other low level offense. Our Charlotte CBI Program and CBI Classes are offered conveniently on the weekends so clients can complete the 12- Hour Cognitive Behavioral Intervention (CBI) educational program in just one week end. In order to avoid missing days off work or leisure time with your family sign up for our accelerated weekend CBI program on our website or by phone. Our CBI program will assist with making better life decisions and choices with prevent recidivism.
Our Drug Education School (DES) and Drug Education Class is offered to clients who are seeking to complete a recommended number of hours of drug education. We offer Drug Education Classes at our Charlotte-University Behavioral Health Intervention Center location. Most clients seek to attend the 15-hour Drug Education class in order to deal with being charged for underage drinking, consuming alcohol less than 21, simple possession of marijuana, or purchasing alcohol for a minor. We also provide the Charlotte Drug Education Class on the weekend in order to save clients time and money required to commute over an extended amount of time.
The North Carolina Alcohol Drug Education Traffic School (ADETS) class is offered to client who have been charged with a North Carolina DWI and blew a BAC amount of less than .14; first DWI conviction and have not been diagnosed with an alcohol or substance use disorder upon completing a DWI assessment within the past six months. The Alcohol Drug Education Traffic School (ADETS) class is a 16-Hour program which we offer to North Carolina DWI clients in a four -day format. Our Out of State DWI and DUI Alcohol Drug Education Traffic School (ADETS) class which also utilizes the Prime for Life curriculum is offered in a weekend format and is open to clients who have been convicted with a Driving While Impaired (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in another state other than North Carolina. We have experience servicing clients who were cited for a DWI or DUI in states such as South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Florida, New York, and several others.
If you need to complete an Alcohol and Drug Assessment you can schedule to do so at any of our three substance abuse assessment offices. We offer alcohol assessments and drug assessments for clients who are on probation, have pending Department of Social Services cases, and for clients who are advised by an attorney or love one. If you are questing if you have an issue with alcohol or drugs than we will also provide you with a general alcohol and substance abuse assessment to determine your next steps in getting the help you need.
You have the option to request for customized treatment and we offer individual substance abuse counseling for clients who desire exclusivity. You will meet with a dually licensed substance abuse and mental health professional to complete your substance abuse counseling. Our substance abuse counselors are empathetic to your needs and work with you to design a specific treatment plan that meets your needs.
We provide mental health assessment for clients seeking to fulfill a court or legal requirement or for persons who are suffering from stress, anxiety, trauma, or general life changes and transitions. A mental health assessment is the first step in identifying and treating basic social and emotional discomforts and mental health disorders. You can schedule your appointment for a mental health assessment with one of our license mental health professionals within 24 hours of calling our office at 704-458-9292.
At Behavioral Health Intervention Center we offer individual counseling for clients seeking to speak with a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) for issues stemming around mental disorders, anxiety, depression, stress management, grief and loss, relationship issues, life transitions, and self discovery.
Behavioral Health Intervention Center
Behavioral Health Intervention Center, LLC is a North Carolina state licensed outpatient substance abuse assessment facility with three Charlotte-Mecklenburg locations. We provide Driving While Impaired (DWI) and Driving Under the Influence (DUI) classes and substance abuse assessments for North Carolina and Out-of-State clients. BHIC also provides the Charlotte area with Alcohol Drug Education Traffic School (ADETS), short-term and long-term outpatient addiction treatment, Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP), court/probation, school and employer approved Drug Education, and Cognitive Behavioral Intervention (CBI), Department of Transportation -Substance Abuse Professional (DOT-SAP), Drug Testing, Individual and Family counseling, and counselor training and supervision.
DWI and Substance Abuse Services
We provide individual and group supervision for therapist and counselors working toward Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists (LMFT) and Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS) credentialing.