Alcohol Drug Information School (ADIS) throughout Washington State
Have you been ordered to complete a course in an Alcohol Drug Information School (ADIS) as part of your court requirement or DUI sentence? Associated Behavioral Health Care offers a state-approved online or in-person course at all four of our locations. It fulfills the legal requirements established under the Washington Administrative Code for court-referred clients.
ADIS is available online or at one of locations in West Seattle, North Seattle, Bellevue and Kent.
Our Alcohol Drug Information course is non-judgmental. You won’t find disapproval here.
Instead, you spend eight hours in an informative, neutral and empowering environment with ADIS instructors who possess the educational background and required certification to teach the Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse-approved curriculum. At minimum, our instructors hold credentials as a chemical dependency counselor.
The 8-hour course provides our students with valuable information about alcohol and other drugs, such as:
- How drugs and alcohol affect your mind and body
- How to recognize the signs of addiction
- How to take steps toward better decision-making
- How alcohol and drugs could be affecting your family, job and well-being
- How change occurs in stages and how to recognize what stage you are in
- What the laws are and what the legal consequences for breaking them are
- What assistance is available for making changes
By the conclusion of the course, you’ll have the knowledge to make responsible decisions regarding alcohol and other drug use. If you find you need additional help, discuss it with your instructor.
Alcohol and Drug Discussion Forum
We encourage an open and direct discussion about alcohol and other drug use in this course. Our students explore how alcohol and other drug use effects them, their families and their world so that they can reach conclusions which promote health and motivate change. Our reputation for quality and student involvement is why we are consistently referred to by the region’s court and probation departments, as well as the area’s finest attorneys.
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Associated Behavioral Health offers ADIS classes once weekly, with individual sessions available by appointment. Register here or call: (425) 256-4381