Clinical Evaluations

Unless it is waived by a court order for first-time offenders, a clinical evaluation is required. A clinical evaluation is a one-on-one interview conducted by a DBHDD approved licensed or certified professional who works in the field of addiction. You must select a clinical evaluator from the DBHDD approved list.

Based on his or her professional judgment, the clinical evaluator may recommend treatment. Treatment means attendance and participation in the type of program recommended by the evaluator. Our DBHDD licensed and certified clinical evaluators have very flexible hours .Call the office and provide your contact information so that one of our clinical evaluators may make an appointment with you, or contact one of them directly.


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Larry Mitchum

  • Clinical Evaluator # 2206
  • MSW Certified Addiction Counselor, Level II
  • 27 years of experience in Addiction Counseling

Mr. Mitchum offers flexible hours to accommodate your personal needs. He is often available late evenings and on weekends.