Drugs & Alcohol
This assessment will determine if a person has a drug or alcohol disorder and the scope of the problem. It involves clinical interviews, standardized tests, gathering of personal history, consultation with other professionals (e.g., physicians, etc.), interviewing qualified children or other family members, review of records (e.g., medical records, legal pleadings, etc.). The evaluation aims at understanding the risks of repeat DUI (or re-offense).
Dr. Roth has two of the highest substance abuse and alcohol certifications and can help you with this type of immigration evaluation.
We may order blood or other lab tests (e.g., urine, nails, and hair) to find out what types of drugs a person has been taking recently.
The findings will provide in-depth results, risks, and recommendations.