DWI Classes and Substance Abuse Services in Charlotte
Absolute Advocacy is the preferred provider of DWI assessments and classes, Substance Abuse Services, and Drug Education Classes in North Carolina. With two convenient locations, we make recovering from a DWI or substance abuse charge an achievable goal. If you have received a charge and need assistance, we can help. Call or visit us in Charlotte at:
Absolute Advocacy – Charlotte
Fax: (704) 271-1559
Absolute Advocacy’s Mission
According to the NESARC, approximately 8.5 percent of adults in the U.S. meet the criteria for an alcohol use disorder, while roughly 2 percent of adults meet the criteria for a drug use disorder. 1.1 percent meets the criteria for both.
While it is ideal to seek education, prevention, and intervention prior to a DWI or substance abuse charge, sometimes the charge serves as a wake-up call. Asking for help is tough, but at Absolute Advocacy, we partner alongside you as your biggest supporter. Our mission is to give you the help you need in a safe, judgment-free zone.
We are committed to providing our clients with the best possible experience, helping them move on with their lives after a DWI or substance abuse charge. We offer quick processing and convenient hours of operation at both our Charlotte and Concord locations.
Our reach spans the counties of Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Union, Rowan, Gaston, Iredell, and Stanley. We are easily accessible to residents of the Charlotte metropolitan area, including:
- University City
- Mint Hill
- North Davidson (NoDa)
- Myers Park
The Queen City
Nestled on the outer rim of Charlotte near University City (also referred to as University Area or U-City), Absolute Advocacy is easily accessible for residents in and around the city. Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina. It’s the seat of Mecklenburg County and the second largest city in the Southeastern United States. Lovingly nicknamed the Queen City, it is a bustling and diverse metropolis.
Charlotte earned its nickname of the Queen City in honor of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She became the queen consort of Great Britain the year before the city’s founding. The city’s nickname is to honor her role and achievements. But it’s not the only nickname our city has earned.
The Hornet’s Nest
The city of Charlotte is sometimes called The Hornet’s Nest. The nickname is derived from the American Revolutionary War. General Cornwallis, a British commander, occupied the city during the conflict. He was driven out by hostile residents, resulting in his reporting that Charlotte was “a hornet’s nest of rebellion.” Since his declaration, the nickname of The Hornet’s Nest has stuck.
It’s not surprising the city is today home to the Charlotte Hornets. A professional NBA basketball team based in the Queen City, they are largely owned by former NBA player Michael Jordon. The team plays their home games at center-city’s Time Warner Cable Arena.
Building A Better Community
A community is only as strong as the people behind it. At Absolute Advocacy, we strive to stay active in the local community. We take every opportunity to educate and extend a helping hand to those concerned and coping with alcohol and drug issues. If you’re in need, contact us today.