Preferred Providers of DWI & Substance Abuse Services in North Carolina
Our commitment is to be a support system for people who need DWI and substance abuse help. We aim to be the preferred providers of DWI and Substance Abuse Treatment Services.
Absolute Advocacy provides alcohol and drug assessments, 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, we have the affordable, quick and reliable services you need to satisfy the requirements for getting your drivers license reinstated.
- DWI Assessments
- Alcohol drug education school (ADETS)
- DWI Classes
- Out Of State DWI license reinstatement
- Substance abuse assessments
- Drug education classes
- Short-term outpatient treatment
- Longer-term outpatient treatment
- Drug Testing (10 Panel)
We’re on your side. We take every referral seriously and work hard to provide the best in DWI and substance abuse treatment services.
You can count on us for convenient substance abuse treatment hours, personal assistance and fast turnaround on required paperwork. We understand how crucial this step is—and we take extraordinary measures to help you meet those requirements. Our goal is to make this experience as painless as possible so you can get the help you need.
Read What Our Clients Are Saying About Us
…I was lucky enough to get in touch with Morris. He was an absoltue blessing and worked tirelessly to help get my license cleared up. What a life saver! I am so grateful to them for all of their hard work. He loves what he does and he is truly a LIFE SAVER. Thank you!
…After I spoke to Morris on the phone I realized that they were different. They treated me like a person and were more concerned about me and my situation rather than just getting a payment from me…A DWI is a very rough and difficult experience but I am very greatful that along the way I was able to meet people like Morris and Keisha, thank you very much guys for all your support and advice!!
…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…
Behind the Scenes: Who We Are
Keisha is a licensed and certified clinical director for Absolute Advocacy. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in Economics from York College. She also has a Master of Education – Rehabilitation Counseling
with a dual certification in school guidance and counseling from Hunter College. She is certified as a Clinical Supervisor Intern (CSI), Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS), Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC).
Morris Green, Founder & Administrative Director
Morris handles the day-to-day operations of Absolute Advocacy, ensuring clients have what they need when they schedule appointments and attend classes. Morris is the main contact for out-of-state DWI reviews. With a degree in Information Systems Management, Morris specializes in the technical aspects of running a DWI and substance abuse treatment agency including web and content strategy.
Q&A With Keisha & Morris: DWI & Substance Abuse From the Agency’s Perspective
What are a few things you know now that you didn’t know when you started your business?
Not all agencies are the same. We realize that now that we see the reviews and testimonials from our clients. We are truly making a difference in our community. We also did not know at first how traumatic a DWI is to the offender, family, and
everyone involved. Resolving issues with DWI or substance abuse convictions can be expensive. Substance abuse can affect all facets of an individual’s life, physically, emotionally and financially. That’s why community support is so important.
What is one thing you wish people knew about working with people who are dealing with DWIs and substance abuse?
That people who are dealing with a DWI, or a substance abuse issues aren’t bad people. If we want people to make better decisions, we first have to acknowledge them as our equals and not look down on them, rather encourage them with open minds.
What sets you apart from other providers?
We don’t judge our clients. We empathize with our clients and treat them with respect and dignity. We follow the golden rule. We provide excellent customer service and follow through. We are accessible and responsive — our clients can easily get in touch with us. We offer a safe and comfortable environment for our clients. We are honest. We genuinely want to help our clients. We even make our classes available on nights and weekends since most of our clients are working adults, or students.