Alcohol and Drug Screening Specialists (ADSS) are certified by the Oregon Health Authority and designated by the court to provide DUII screening interviews, referral to a DUII services provider, treatment progress monitoring, and ignition interlock device monitoring. Our ADSS screeners understand that this can be an overwhelming and confusing time in your life. Utilizing their backgrounds in addiction treatment they are able to compassionately help you navigate the requirements of your DUII Diversion or conviction.
You may also come by our office at
516 High St. Oregon City, OR 97045
during our walk-in hours
Monday - Thursday 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
Prior to your appointment you will need to complete all electronic documents that are sent to your email. You will also be required to provided a copy of your state issued identification card, court documents, police reports, and your driving record. You can email all required documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax to (971) 925-4852
We accept cash, money order, or credit/debit card payments. Please be advised that all electronic payments are subject to a 3.75% processing fee. You will be asked to reschedule your appointment if you do not pay prior to or at the time of your appointment. If rescheduled within the 72 hour cancellation/no show window a $50 late cancellation/ no show fee may be applied and you will be asked to submit full payment before you are able to reschedule your appointment.
You have the option to attend your appointment in person or virtually. During your screening appointment we will review your documentation and make a referral to the DUII services provider you have chosen.
You will call your chosen DUII services provider to schedule an intake assessment. You will also schedule your Victim's Impact Panel. Once you've completed both your DUII services program and your Victims Impact Panel email your certificates of completion to email@example.com
For clients who have entered into a Diversion Agreement
For clients who have been convicted of a DUII
Information about the Ignition Interlock Device (IID) program can be found at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may choose any company that is certified in Oregon. If you are out of state, you must use an Oregon approved company to comply with DMV requirements.
Please contact the DMV to find out how long your license has been suspended, to get information about a hardship permit, or to learn more about ID exemptions. Please be advised you are required by law to have an Ignition Interlock Device with a camera installed in your vehicle for the entire length of your Diversion. It is not recommended to allow anyone else to drive a car once your Ignition Interlock Device is installed.
If you are unable to install an Ignition Interlock Device for any reason including inability to pay, Oregon law states that you are not legally able to drive, even with a valid license. The only exception is if you have been granted an Ignition Interlock Device exemption.
Please call us at 503-505-0367 if you cannot find an answer to your question.
No, you will be required to cover the cost of your ADSS screening.
Beacon Hill ADSS services can be completed remotely. Paperwork is completed electronically and your screening can be completed by video. Please be advised that all electronic payments are subject to a 3.75% service fee.
As long as you are engaged in services provided by a Division Approved DUII Services Provider your completed treatment will count towards your completion certificate.
Sign into DMV2U - Driver Verification (oregon.gov) and request a copy of your driving record online.
Visit 735-7266 (oregon.gov) to fill out the form to request a copy of your driving record by mail.
You can sign up for your Victim's Impact Panel at Online DUI Victims Panel (oipanel.com) . Please be email a copy of your completion certificate to email@example.com.
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