Alcohol and Drug Evaluations are conducted in the privacy of our offices in
Scottdale, Georgia. Individuals are assessed based on the Addiction Severity
Index Instrument or the Michigan Alcohol Screening Test (MAST) and Drug
Abuse Screening Test (DAST). This process includes standardized psychometric
tests and a complete bio-psychosocial history is assessed and the results
are shared with the individual at the end of the assessment process. A
written report is prepared based on results and diagnosis, along with
treatment choices, if necessary.

Alcohol and Drug Evaluations are used in court sentencing mitigation to
reduce the length of a sentence, prison commitment or treatment can be
substituted in lieu of all the sentences. The sooner you complete your
evaluation the quicker you'll be on your way to freedom.

Alcohol and Drug Evaluations are NON-DUI assessments (also known as
substance abuse assessments). Evaluations may be court-ordered for various
reasons by Judges, probation officers, pretrial diversion officers, DFCS,
and law enforcement agencies that may deem it necessary to assess a person's
addiction severity to substances.


Pamela Weeks, a native of Cedartown, Georgia, Telly Award Winner and Atlanta
Georgia Country Music Hall of Fame. She has a B.A., in Organizational
Leadership, Summa Cum Laude Graduate and a MBA from Reinhardt University.
She founded U-R Special, a philanthropic foundation to promote positive
self-esteem, drug-free and anti-violence messages to school children. Her
Pam and Buffy "Cool is Me - I'm Drug Free" program began in 1990. The
program targets kindergarten and elementary school students. Pamela,
vocalist, recording artist, producer, writer and professional entertainer
has appeared on stage, radio and television internationally. Pamela returned
home to Decatur, Georgia, after two years of teaching English to
kindergarteners in Seoul and Mokpo, South Korea and working with
International University students through KNAADAC.   She became owner and
director of DeKalb DUI School, Inc. in 2012, located in Scottdale Georgia.
She is a certified DUI and Defensive Driving instructor, addiction
counselor, and substance abuse professional.  She continues to welcome
personal appearances as an entertainer and mentor.

Primary Certified Instructor, Addiction Counselor and Substance abuse
Professional as well as Owner/Operator of DeKalb DUI School, Inc. & Driver
Safety in Scottdale, GA.

Pamela Slaughter Weeks, MBA, CACII, NCACI, SAP

ASAM DBHDD Clinical Evaluator, Treatment Provider, # 2770

NCACI(NAADAC#017035), Substance Abuse Professional (NAADAC#173922)

Primary Certified Instructor, Addiction Counselor and Substance Abuse
Professional as well as Owner/Operator of DeKalb DUI School, Inc. & Driver
Safety in Scottdale, GA.

Senior Advisor

Dr. David Clark is an ordained minister who has spent the last ten years
specializing in family violence intervention, substance abuse, and anger
management. Dr. Clark was the Program Director at CARP, a long term
treatment facility for addicts and alcoholics and supervised the care of
more than two hundred clients in residence and another one hundred in
half-way houses. Dr. Clark was a consultant for the Morehouse School of
Medicine's Addiction Technology Transfer Center. Dr. Clark implemented the
Domestic Violence Intervention Program at the Atlanta Intervention Network
with several satellites as well as developing the manual used by the
clients. Dr. Clark is a nationally certified Master Addiction Counselor and
Substance Abuse Professional (NAADAC) as well as being a State of Georgia
Clinical Evaluator and Treatment Provider in the Multiple Offender DUI
Program. Also, Dr. Clark is certified by the Georgia Commission on Family
Violence Intervention. Additionally, Dr. Clark was a counselor at the
Atlanta Union Mission which typically has one hundred clients in recovery
and two hundred homeless clients staying overnight..

David L. Clark, D.Min., MAC, CCS, SAP, CCJP

ASAM DBHDD Clinical Evaluator, Treatment Provider, # 1441Master Addiction
Counselor(NAADAC#51521), Substance Abuse Professional (NAADAC#10282)

Approved Treatment Provider for Family Violence/Anger Management (CAMS)

Executive Administrative Director

Mya Say

Mya was born in Burma and raised in Thailand refugee camp.  She came to
America in 2008.  She is a Graduate of Clarkston High School in Georgia. She
is fluent in Burmese, Karen and English.  She is a certified Defensive
Driving Instructor (DEOG) and has been employed for over one year at DeKalb
DUI School, Inc. She is in Supervision with Dr. David Clark.  She has many
years of experience in leadership serving the Burmese Community. She
provides assistance to clients who are facing substance abuse and legal