Qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) Services
Debbie White, LCSW, is certified to provide Department of Transportation (DOT) Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) Services. D. White Counseling is a leading provider of SAP assessment and/or counseling services to corporations, employee assistance programs, other clinicians, government agencies and individuals in Illinois.
FOR EMPLOYERS: Employers with US DOT safety-sensitive employees are required to have drug and alcohol testing and removal-from-duty policies that are compliant with DOT regulations. Any employee who violates the rules must be referred to a Substance Abuse Professional for an evaluation. I am available to perform these evaluations and coordinate the return-to-duty process. I can offer to schedule employees within two working days in my Park Ridge office.
DOT SAP Services Provided:
Face-to-face assessment/clinical evaluation
Determination of level of care recommendations
Referral for Treatment and Case Management
For help with any of these SAP Services in the Chicago area, please contact me directly at 224.585-8118 Meeting DOT SAP Requirements
Industries with safety-sensitive employees who are regulated by the Department of Transportation must have a substance abuse policy that calls for the utilization of SAP (Substance Abuse Professional) services. The Department of Transportation regulations require that all employees of regulated companies who have a non-negative drug and/or alcohol test be evaluated by a SAP before the employee may return to a safety sensitive position.
Professional consultation offers employers and employees with a convenient way to meet all of the requirements. Debbie White, LCSW,SAP is a credentialed professional and will provide complete and comprehensive SAP evaluations and follow-up monitoring services.
Common Questions about DOT rules and additional information.
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