Request an Evaluation or Assessment for Court | 4055 West Century Boulevard, Inglewood

  • Dr. Carfix
    4055 W. Century Boulevard
    Inglewood CA 90304
  • CALL NOW: (323) 499-3076
  • Working Hours:

    Mon – Fri 8:00 – 5:00

    Sat 8:00 – 2:00

    Sun CLOSED

  • Complete your alcohol assessment at our convenient kiosk location. The tablets at our kiosk locations allow you to register, pay, and complete an assessment.

Choose an Evaluation

Mental Health Evaluation

This type of evaluation attempts to determine if an individual has a mental health disorder that affects their behavior. It can be used by employers to decide if someone is suitable for certain types of jobs, by courts to determine if an individual can testify in a trial, and in other situations.

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Domestic Violence Assessment

This assessment focuses on evaluating whether an individual is a potential risk in a domestic violence situation.

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Anger Management Assessment

A court or employer may request this specific type of evaluation when investigating a workplace altercation, assault charge, or road-rage incident.

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DUI Evaluation

In DUI cases, courts may request a DUI evaluation when trying to determine if the individual involved has an underlying alcohol abuse issue that may benefit from treatment or counseling.

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Basic Alcohol Evaluation

This assessment is used by employers and courts to determine whether an individual has or could be at risk of developing a clinical alcohol abuse problem.

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Driver's License Reinstatement Assessment

Usually requested by the DMV, this assessment is aimed at helping determine whether an individual should have their driving privileges restored.

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Minor in Possession

Courts, schools, and other authorities usually request this assessment when a person under 21 is facing charges or discipline for drug- or alcohol-related offenses.

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General Drug and Alcohol Evaluation

Often known by other terms, such as AODA assessment, AOD assessment, or A&D assessment, this evaluation is frequently requested by authorities investigating a case that involves the use of prescription medication, street drugs, or alcohol.

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Workplace Incident Drug and Alcohol Evaluation

Employers usually request this evaluation when looking into a violation of their company’s alcohol and drug policy.

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Have you been asked for an evaluation or assessment for court? Let New Directions make the process less stressful for you. Our firm has completed more than 5,500 online1 client evaluations and assessments for DUI, mental health, anger management, substance abuse, and more since 2010.

Our services are accepted in 48 states and 750+ counties, including all California courts and probation offices as well as the DMV.

Request your assessment by visiting our convenient kiosk at Dr. Carfix in Inglewood or online—whatever works for you.

Why Should You Choose New Directions?

Convenient, Streamlined Services

Start the evaluation process in just a few steps online or by visiting our kiosk. After completing the assessment process, you can receive your report within five working days. Rush processing service is also available for an additional fee.

A Trusted Provider

Thousands of clients have trusted us with their assessments over the last 12+ years, and we’ve never had any kind of complaints about a legal or ethical violation. We are proud of the high-quality services we offer.

Highly Qualified Evaluators

You’ll complete your evaluation with a qualified and experienced professional. Our assessment services are accepted by most counties and states, including California.

How Do I Know This Assessment Will Be Accepted?

Brian talks about what courts, employers, and various authorities look for to consider an assessment legitimate and acceptable.

Frequently Asked Questions About Us

My evaluation is due right away. Can you meet my deadline?

We offer rush processing services for most cases. Please contact us before requesting your assessment to make certain we can complete your service in time. Additional fees apply.

Does New Directions make sure my data is kept private?

Yes. The privacy and security of client information is a top priority for us.


To secure your information, we:

·       Use SSL-encrypted servers to store all client data

·       Do not record sessions conducted via webcam/video


For a detailed description of our privacy terms, including limitations placed on confidentiality by state and federal law, please read our Consent for Service and Terms of Agreement.

Will you send the assessment report right to me when it’s done?

Yes, our evaluator will e-mail you your report after it is completed. You then have the option to send your report to the requesting authority or permit the evaluator permission to send it for you. Exceptions may apply in cases where there is an official court order.

Can I check whether my assessment will be accepted before I pay for it?

Yes. New Directions assessments are accepted by most state court systems and DMVs, including those in California. If you like, you can also call us or visit the "check my state" map on our home page. Finally, you can also contact the authority that ordered your assessment.

If my assessment isn’t accepted, can I receive a refund?

We do offer refunds in accordance with the refund policy laid out in our Terms of Service. Please go to our Terms of Service and read the refund policy carefully before making your request. When the requesting authority will not accept our assessment and you meet the conditions of our Terms of Service refund policy, we will refund your assessment fee (note: rush-processing fees are non-refundable). Refunds must be requested within 45 days of completing the assessment process.

Do you have references I can check before I decide to work with you?

Absolutely. Please feel free to call us at 1-800-671-8589 to make a request.

1 May not be accepted in all locations