Court Ordered

criminal justice evaluation 

 Court ordered  Mental Health and Substance Abuse Evaluations are often needed quickly. Clients are now able to meet with a licensed experienced therapist with very little delay. Weekday, evening and weekend appointments are available. The sessions are conducted through secure video and report is completed within 3 days. 

The Court Evaluation is a specialized report which can only be done by licensed clinicians.  This is not a Psychological evaluation. Nor is it a forensic report. The video presentation below describes the intention and goals behind the court ordered report. 

If you need a court ordered substance abuse and mental health assessment call us

at 866-784-1276

or email

office@trevaluation.com

 

Privacy Risks in Medicine

Posted by on May 1, 2016 in News | Comments Off on Privacy Risks in Medicine

Privacy Risks in Medicine

“Criminals can use medical records to fraudulently bill insurance or Medicare. Or they use patients’ identities for free consultations. Or they pose as patients to obtain prescription medications that can later be sold on the street.” No industry has been hit harder by hacking and data breaches than health care. Recent numbers show 90% of health care organizations have exposed their patients’ data — or had it stolen — in 2012 and 2013, according to privacy researchers at the Ponemon Institute. The medical...

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“Good Luck Finding a Shrink”

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“Good Luck Finding a Shrink”

This is a real example of the kinds of obstacles people are facing when they reach out for help. There is nothing more discouraging than gathering up the courage to call in the first place and then experiencing no returned call, wrong numbers, or learning the schedule is too full. Read more in this excellent article from PsychCentral.com  

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NADCP conference Ambassador Matthew Perry Opening Speech

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 in News | Comments Off on NADCP conference Ambassador Matthew Perry Opening Speech

Provided by the NADCP’s 19th Annual Training Conference on July 14th through the 17th 2013 in Washington DC Website: “It wouldn’t be an NADCP conference without All Rise Ambassador Matthew Perry who was on hand for his fourth consecutive appearance. Perry had the honor of introducing the Parade of Transformation. “These men and women are the true voices of recovery,” he said. “They are a testament to the work that you do every day. There is a popular sentiment in the world that people can’t change. Well, you are about to see cold,...

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Behavioral Health and the Medical Model Can one size fit all?

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Costs of the Unmet Treatment Demand

Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Costs of the Unmet Treatment Demand

NCADD New Jersey, provided the following comprehensive overview of the persistent issue of the inaccessibility of treatment in New Jersey in the following report. Please note that we have italicized some of the most relevant facts: “The Addiction Treatment Gap-the Benefits of Expanding Treatment Resources.” “Health professionals, the justice system and child welfare personnel are in a unique position to link individuals who need treatment to available resources. Some of these professionals are unaware of treatment’s effectiveness, but even...

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Insurance companies frustrate N.J. families seeking addiction treatment

Posted by on Jan 7, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Insurance companies frustrate N.J. families seeking addiction treatment

   

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