DUI EVALUATIONS, RISK ASSESSMENTS & COUNSELING
TWO RIVERS OUTREACH
At Two Rivers Outreach, we look at the whole person
when developing a treatment plan.
After completing an intake process with our experienced staff for substance issues,
our clients work with an internal mental health provider.
Our professionals provide evaluations, treatment recommendations,
and/or individual counseling in a non-judgmental environment.
All of these efforts drive our singular mission - to improve client outcomes.
GET TO KNOW US
Getting a ticket for driving under the influence of alcohol, or other drugs is not a problem that just fades away.
It disrupts normal activities such as work, school, and home life.
You will need to satisfy the legal requirements of the court (possibly fines, probation and/or incarceration) as well as the requirements of the Secretary of State. This could include DUI Education, Counseling, Substance Abuse Treatment, and/or DUI Follow-up in order to have your driving privileges restored.
Our services cater toward building up with long-term solutions to our client's problems.
With more than 100 years of combined personal experience, our team has the capacity to do everything in our power to help you succeed in regaining your driving privileges and returning to your normal activities: work, school, and home life.
Contact us to change your life for the better.
ALCOHOL & DRUG ADULT OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
Evening & Daytime Groups
Confidential and Comprehensive
Tools for Healthy Futures
Confidential and Comprehensive
THE TWO RIVERS OUTREACH TEAM
The No Shame Zone
BRIAN P. MCINTYRE
Motivated by life changes and a desire to give back to the community and help others, Brian began his education at Waubonsee Community College in 2012.
While he was in school he did two internships. The first was with the Will County States Attorneys Office in their drug court. While there he was a group facilitator and educator. His second internship was with Institute For Personal Development in Morris, Illinois, where he did DUI Risk Education groups and one on one counseling.
Brian is a two time liver transplant recipient and has done extensive volunteer work with The American Liver Foundation Donate For Life, Illinois Secretary of State, and the Organ Recipient Support Network.
CADC, BA Human Services
Ronna graduated in 1989 from Alfred Adler Institute as a Certified Addictions Counselor.
In 2001 she went on to get her BA from Governors State University. She has 28 years experience in the counseling field related to addictions.
She has facilitated Relapse Prevention, family, individual, and DUI groups. She enjoys working with women and family issues as well.
Counseling sessions are facilitated with respect for each person. Each participant is provided with the education tools to enable them to demonstrate they are capable of stable and safe driving to guide them through this difficult time.
MHS, BA, CADC
20 years of experience working with substance abuse clients in outpatient intensive outpatient, and dually diagnosed clients in individual and group sessions.
5 years counseling director for domestic violence & sexual assault agency working with survivors and developmentally disabled clients.
Certified as a DUI service provider for 12 years doing evaluations, treatment verifications, updates, investigative reports, and individual and group counseling..
LCSW, MS Social Work
Wayne is a therapist and compliance officer
Wayne’s areas of interest include working with families, adolescents, and adults to help them meet their goals, whether it be improving their relationship with others or developing as a person. He also conducts anger management sessions, either individually or in a group, depending on the need. Wayne uses cognitive behavior therapy, systems theory, as well as mindfulness techniques in order to help you meet your goals. He has fifteen years experience working with families and individuals in various settings. Wayne has his master’s degree in social work and is licensed by the State of Illinois as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Dani is a counselor and compliance officer
Dani worked in an addiction recovery treatment center as a case manager for men's extended care. Dani provided one-on-one and group counseling. She previously had worked in a opiate maintenance therapy program providing case management.
Janet is from Princeton, IL and is studying for her Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor Certification (CADC). She expects to complete her studies in December of 2019.
Andrea’s area of specialty is resolving issues of depression, anxiety, anger, disappointment, stress or insecurity with children and adults. Andrea is a Clinically Trained Therapist who utilizes the principles of Bowen Theory for family practice. Andrea also has experience working with the adult forensic population. She is currently working on her DSW and has completed all but her dissertation. Andrea is an Illinois Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
THE NO SHAME ZONE
We meet you where you are.
Satisfy all court imposed DUI penalties.
Satisfy all requirements of the State by obtaining an Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Uniform Report, which will determine whether you will need to meet “Minimum”, “Moderate”, “Significant”, or “High Risk” DUI requirements.
Complete all of the evaluation requirements with a licensed substance abuse DUI service provider like Two Rivers Outreach.
Schedule and appear before a Secretary of State Hearing Officer and present paperwork and verbal testimony that demonstrates completion of the requirements.
Brian P. McIntyre, CADC - Two Rivers Outreach, Inc. President
“This is an event. It is not a life sentence.”