In Arizona, you can be arrested for a Arizona DUI offense based on two laws. First, if your driving is impaired based on your driving pattern and there is any alcohol in your system, you could be convicted of a DUI. Arizona also has a per se law that states that drivers who have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or higher are guilty of driving under the influence. The test has to be performed within two hours of the arrest to be valid.
To schedule a DUI-Related Substance Abuse Evaluation, contact Stonewall Institute at 602-535-6468
Stonewall Institute is licensed by The State of Arizona, Department of Behavioral Health Services as an approved DUI service agency under ARS 28-692 and a behavioral health service agency, outpatient clinic.
Social workers have long worked with people who abuse substances, from caring for New York City Bowery dwellers in the profession’s beginnings to developing self-help, consumer-driven programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, to designing inpatient detoxification programs, and to applying youth-oriented prevention and education programs. Often social work researchers have been on the forefront of work involving comorbidity, the presence of interconnected substance abuse and mental illness and/or physical illness, health disparities and substance abuse, as well as the impact of substance abuse on families. In recent years, social work researchers have conducted substance abuse research with support from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).
Stonewall Institute is a offers DUI evaluation services in order for individuals to be considered for the reinstatement of driving privileges in the state of Arizona. State law requires all persons who seek the reinstatement of Arizona driving privileges following an alcohol or drug-related revocation to provide the Arizona Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) with a current substance abuse evaluation. The evaluation is required as part of the Revocation Investigation packet administered by the Arizona MVD.
To schedule a DUI Substance Abuse Evaluation Phoenix contact Stonewall Institute at 602-535-6468.