- What are things to remember when coming for an assessment?
- Be prepared to stay approximately 2-3 hours for the entire assessment process. Do not bring children with you.
- Confidential assessments are provided on demand Monday through Friday. Clients are seen on a first come, first serve basis between 7:45am and 1:00pm. You are encouraged to arrive early as only a certain number of assessments can be completed each day.
- Bring all required paperwork (especially DWI including BAC at time of arrest, court/arrest related), all medication, and current Medicaid or insurance card. If you do not have your documentation, you will need to obtain a copy of it from the county clerk’s office. If your records are no longer available, you will need to obtain a written statement from the clerk’s office saying that the records are not available.
- If you have been assessed elsewhere, you must have documentation from the prior assessor including the date of your assessment and the treatment or education recommendation. DWI assessments are valid for 6 months. If you have not entered treatment within 6 months of your assessment, a new assessment will be required.
- Call to let us know if you are unable to keep your appointment.
- Bring assessment fees: General $100 DWI $100 for each outstanding DWI. Out of State DWI $100 + $75 processing fee. Must bring required paperwork from the other state. (Some states may have additional charges)
- Can you help me with limited driving privileges
Anuvia is not involved in any way with limited driving privileges. You need to contact the Clerk of Court for the county where the offense took place. Here are numbers for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area:
- Mecklenburg – 704-347-7811
- Gaston – 704-852-3190
- Cabarrus – 704-786-4211
- Union – 704-289-2444
- How long does it take DMV to process paperwork?
Once the paperwork has been sent to DMV, it takes between 2-8 weeks for it to be processed.