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    Treating substance use disorders

    Posted on March 7, 2017 by Comments are off

    "I recently spent five weeks in an inpatient rehabilitation center. Prior to returning to work I was advised to seek out an outpatient program. Coming to these groups has helped me understand my disease process as well as meeting others who were also struggling. My therapist was excellent in fac... read more

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    NC DWI Offense

    Posted on November 4, 2015 by Leave a comment

    In calculating a DWI or DUI, sometimes referred to as drunk driving, offense in NC, driving records from all states in which a person has driven is considered. Whether it is an NC DWI or DUI in another state, the prior DWI will be taken into consideration by the court and the DWI assessment agency... read more

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    Using health insurance at First Step Services, LLC

    Posted on May 23, 2014 by Leave a comment

    What is a DWI Treatment Group?

    Posted on August 13, 2012 by Leave a comment

    ADETS: Alcohol/Drug Education Traffic School

    If you are assigned to an ADETS class as a result of your DWI assessment, you must complete 16 hours of alcohol, drug, & DWI education, sometimes known as DWI class. This is only provided by programs... read more

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    Substance use disorder – screening, referral and placement

    Substance use disorder – screening, referral and placement

    Does someone you know need treatment for alcohol or drug use?  Who do you rely on for accurate information
    Treating substance use disorders

    Treating substance use disorders

    "I recently spent five weeks in an inpatient rehabilitation center. Prior to returning to work
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    "I came to First Step because of DWI, my initial impression of the counselor and the group was that the environment of the group was really relaxed. Everyone was calm respectful and what inviting. The aspect of groups I found to be most useful was the group interaction on topics and how everyone shared or

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