Drug and Alcohol Evaluations – About

About Us

  Two Rivers Evaluation's is a specialized video service for drug and alcohol evaluations. These are frequently requested by the court when clients are involved with Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI), Municipal Court charges, Probation or the Criminal Division. Others request our service for their own purposes. Whatever the reason, our experienced NJ professional licensed counselors are ready to serve adults in need.

We realize that many adults are working and their time is precious. For easy planning we allow our clients to reserve their appointment using our online schedule. We have appointments available on weekdays, evenings and weekends. To see our open appointments call us at  866-784-1276  for a link to the schedule or email at office@trevaluation.com

To protect our clients' privacy we allow access to the schedule only after consent forms are signed. All information on the schedule is privacy protected as well.

The process begins when you download the consent forms and fax them to us. We then send the link to the schedule to you so you can choose a convenient time. You will meet with your therapist via video session at the time you have chosen and you (or your referral source) will receive the completed report in 72 hours.

Our administrative office hours are from 9 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. Please leave us a message after hours and we will call you back on the next business day. Remember this is not an emergency service. Your 911 service can direct emergencies to appropriate help quickly.

 

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