Get Started on a Court-Ordered Alcohol Assessment | 1157 East 11th St, Los Angeles, CA

  • A&J Electronics
    1157 East 11th St
    Los Angeles CA 90021
  • CALL NOW: (323) 606-9338
  • Working Hours:

    8:00 – 6:00 Daily

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

Our Assessment Options

Basic Alcohol Assessment

When a court or employer wants to determine whether a clinical alcohol disorder has contributed to an individual’s case, they will order an alcohol assessment.

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DUI Assessment

Courts use DUI assessments to evaluate whether an individual has an underlying alcohol abuse issue. The court may decide whether to assign education or treatment based on this assessment.

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General Drug and Alcohol Assessment

This type of evaluation may be ordered in cases that involve street drugs, prescription medications, or alcohol. Also known as an A&D assessment, AOD assessment, or AODA assessment.

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Underage/Minor in Possession

When people under 21 are charged with alcohol or drug-related offenses, schools, courts, and other authorities may request this evaluation.

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Mental Health Assessment

Courts may require a mental health assessment to determine whether an individual is capable of appearing at trial to testify or whether an underlying mental health disorder is contributing to their behavior.

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License Reinstatement

Drivers (regular or commercial) who have had their license suspended usually need to request a license reinstatement evaluation when applying to the DMV to have their driving privileges restored.

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Workplace Incident Drug and Alcohol Assessment

Workers with workplace drug and alcohol policy infractions may be required to complete this assessment as part of an incident report, or following a positive drug test.

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Anger Management Evaluation

This type of evaluation is usually requested following charges for road-rage incidents, assault, or other disputes that involve law enforcement.

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Domestic Violence Assessment

Courts and other authorities may ask for a domestic violence evaluation to determine an individual’s risk of instigating domestic violence or assault.

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Looking for a provider for a court-ordered alcohol assessment near you? New Directions can help. We’ve been providing assessments for DUI cases, anger management, and many other situations for 12 years. These assessments span the nation, as they’re accepted in more than 750 counties and 48 states. We have experience helping people just like you through stressful times like this—since 2010. We’ve completed more than 5,500 assessments and are ready to start yours.

You can complete your assessment with a qualified professional online1. Or you can visit our convenient kiosk location at A&J Electronics in Los Angeles to start the assessment process quickly and conveniently—and get ready to move on with your life.

Why Should You Choose New Directions for Help with a Court-Ordered Alcohol Assessment?


We’re a provider of professional assessments for courts and employers that have been accepted in 48 states and over 750 counties across the country. We’ve been in business since 2010.


Every New Directions evaluator has the experience necessary to oversee your assessment. In order to perform your assessment online, we've set a high bar for quality and customer satisfaction.

Efficient Online Service

Whether you choose to start the process online or at our kiosk, we connect you to a qualified professional quickly and conveniently. Evaluations are typically completed within five business days after then interview. For an additional fee, you can also request rush processing.

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 New Directions

Do you have references that I can check before I decide to register for an assessment?

Of course. Please call us at 1-800-671-8589, and we will provide references for you to check.

Will my information be kept private?

We are dedicated to keeping your information private and secure. For a detailed description of our privacy terms (including limitations on confidentiality under state and federal law), please read our Consent for Service and Terms of Agreement.

In addition:

·       All records are stored on SSL-encrypted servers

·       NDSBS does not record sessions conducted via webcam/video

Can I find out before paying for my assessment if it will be accepted?

Please refer to the "check my state" map on our home page. New Directions assessments are accepted by most state courts and DMVs. If you have concerns about acceptance, you can call our office or speak to the authority asking for the assessment.

Will you send the assessment report directly to me when it is completed?

Yes, your evaluator will email you a copy of your report once it's complete. You may then forward the report or decide to permit your evaluator to send it to the third-party authority requesting the assessment. In cases of an official court order, some exceptions can exist.

I need my assessment right away. Can you meet my deadline?

If you need your assessment quickly, please contact us first to ensure that we can provide you with the complete service by the date you need. Additional fees apply for rush processing.

Will my fees be refunded if my assessment is not accepted?

Before requesting a refund, please read our refund policy under Terms of Service carefully. When a requesting party will not accept our assessment and you meet the conditions of our Terms of Service Refund Policy, we will refund your assessment fee (excluding rush-processing fees). Refunds must be requested within 45 days of completing your assessment.

1 May not be accepted in all locations