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Qualified DOT SAP

If you are a DOT safety-sensitive employee and are in violation of DOTs drug and alcohol testing regulations, you will be required to complete the return-to-duty process which involves being evaluated by a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP).  We are conveniently located in the Baltimore area.  Initial evaluations will be scheduled within 48 hours (evening and weekend evaluations are by appointment only.)  Although SAPs are licensed professionals, these services are not covered by most health insurance companies.  Therefore, we strive to offer competitive prices.

 

Michelle Davey, LCSW-C, SAP

I am a mental health therapist and a DOT qualified substance abuse professional (SAP).  My role is to evaluate employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and make recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing and continuing care.  I offer SAP evaluation appointments within 48 hours as I understand the importance for employees to be able to return to work as soon as possible (evening and weekend evaluations are available by appointment only).

 

Concentra Evaluations

After a DOT employee or a potential DOT employee visits with Concentra to apply for or renew their DOT card and have violated DOT's Drug and Alcohol regulation, they are required to be evaluated by a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) before a DOT card can be issued or renewed.  The employee meets with the SAP professional for an initial face-to-face evaluation.  The Sap's role is to make a recommendation for treatment.  Once the employee completes the recommendation they are to return to Concentra with documentation verifying completion of treatment.

Initial Evaluations

Once a DOT safety-sensitive employee violates a DOT drug and alcohol regulation they will be required to meet with a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) for an initial face-to-face evaluation.  This is the first phase of the return-to-duty process.  The SAP's role during this initial evaluation is to make recommendations for treatment.  Once the employee completes the recommended treatment, he or she will be scheduled for a follow-up evaluation.

Follow Up Evaluations

After the DOT safety-sensitive employee completes the Substance Abuse Professional's (SAP's ) treatment recommendations from the initial evaluation, the employee must meet with the SAP for a face-to-face follow up evaluation.  This is the final phase of the return-to-duty process.

 

Thank you for your interest!

4805 Garrison Blvd, Ste 100
Baltimore, MD 21215

443-380-3839

 
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