Legal Diversion Services-Clinical Assessment Unit (CAU)

CAU provides assessments for those who have been charged or convicted with operating a motor vehicle, boat, or vehicle while intoxicated.

About the Clinical Assessment Unit 

If you have been convicted of Operating While Intoxicated (O.W.I.) while operating a vehicle, motorcycle, or boat, chances are you have been court-ordered to receive an assessment. You may be facing potentially serious consequences, and this can feel overwhelming and stressful. Knowing how our process works may help relieve some of this anxiety.

What Are Your First Steps?

Determine where you need to schedule your assessment: 

  • If you are a resident of Dane County, WI, contact Journey’s Clinical Assessment Unit to set up an appointment for an assessment.  There are two ways to do this:

What to expect at your appointment

At your appointment, you will complete an intoxicated driver assessment consisting of substance use history, alcohol and drug inventory, and supplemental information.  Your appointment will last approximately 30-45 minutes depending on the details and circumstances of your case.

For those living outside of Dane County, Wisconsin.

  • If you are NOT a resident of Dane County, WI, but instead a resident of a different Wisconsin county, you must be assessed in the county in which you reside. For a list of assessment facilities in Wisconsin by county, go to https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/idp/directory.htm

  • If you received a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) in Illinois, you must be assessed in Illinois. Please contact the Illinois Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse general number at 312-814-3840.

  • For out-of-state residents, please contact the Department of Transportation for your state and ask for the assessment facility for your county.

Our Services

  • OWI assessment and treatment referral
  • Ongoing Driver Safety Plan development and maintenance

Contact Information

For more information about the Clinical Assessment Unit, please call 608-280-2630.

Payment

Click HERE and hit the Drivers Assessment button to make a payment.

About the Clinical Assessment Unit 

If you have been convicted of Operating While Intoxicated (O.W.I.) while operating a vehicle, motorcycle, or boat, chances are you have been court-ordered to receive an assessment. You may be facing potentially serious consequences, and this can feel overwhelming and stressful. Knowing how our process works may help relieve some of this anxiety.

What Are Your First Steps?

Determine where you need to schedule your assessment: 

  • If you are a resident of Dane County, WI, contact Journey’s Clinical Assessment Unit to set up an appointment for an assessment.  There are two ways to do this:

What to expect at your appointment

At your appointment, you will complete an intoxicated driver assessment consisting of substance use history, alcohol and drug inventory, and supplemental information.  Your appointment will last approximately 30-45 minutes depending on the details and circumstances of your case.

For those living outside of Dane County, Wisconsin.

  • If you are NOT a resident of Dane County, WI, but instead a resident of a different Wisconsin county, you must be assessed in the county in which you reside. For a list of assessment facilities in Wisconsin by county, go to https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/idp/directory.htm

  • If you received a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) in Illinois, you must be assessed in Illinois. Please contact the Illinois Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse general number at 312-814-3840.

  • For out-of-state residents, please contact the Department of Transportation for your state and ask for the assessment facility for your county.

Our Services

  • OWI assessment and treatment referral
  • Ongoing Driver Safety Plan development and maintenance

Contact Information

For more information about the Clinical Assessment Unit, please call 608-280-2630.

Payment

Click HERE and hit the Drivers Assessment button to make a payment.

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