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by Morris Green on September 17, 2012


Absolute Advocacy provides alcohol and drug assessments, DWI classes, testing, education and substance abuse treatment services for people who have been charged with a DWI in the state of North Carolina. Serving the cities of Concord and Charlotte, North Carolina and the Cabarrus and Mecklenburg counties. Our commitment is to be a support system for people who need alcohol and substance abuse help. You can count on us for convenient substance abuse treatment hours, personal assistance and fast turnaround on required paperwork. We take extraordinary measures to get you the services you need. We’re on your side. We take every referral seriously and work hard to provide the best in DWI and substance abuse treatment services.

Meet owners Morris & Keisha McLean-Green


As horrific it is to get a DWI, the classes that you are required to take may seem like an extra bullet to the chest. But at Absolute Advocacy, the classes were an absolute pleasant experience. Keisha and Morris are wonderful people, and greatly care about each and every customer.


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Absolute Advocacy
1923 J.N Pease Place Suite 102 CharlotteNC28262 USA 
 • 704-215-4095

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