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Assessment Services Monitoring

Assessment Services has been providing court ordered diversion/monitoring services since 1996. We currently supervise clients in 23 different municipalities and 3 district courts in the state of Kansas.

If you have been placed on court ordered supervision, you should contact Assessment Services within the court ordered time frame (usually 48 to 96 hours) at  913-768-9777 x 1.  You will be given an initial appointment where we will go over the requirements that you will need to complete in order to finish the program successfully. You will be given information on where you can complete your classes or counseling during this appointment. Please make sure you fully understand ALL your requirements. It your responsibility to provide your monitor with all class/counseling completion information.

During the time that you are on supervision, you will need to report to the monitor at Assessment Services on a monthly basis via telephone or in-person meetings. If you miss an appointment or forget to call during your reporting period, it is your responsibility to contact your monitor. Multiple missed appointments will be reported to the court as a violation.

Alcohol and drug use is prohibited while you are under court supervision. You will be subject to urinalysis (UA) testing. The UA testing process will be explained to you during your initial appointment. All positive UA tests are reported to the court and may result in revocation of your diversion/probation. If your doctor has prescribed you medication, please provide copies of those prescriptions to your monitor.  Urinalysis testing information is below:

AverHealth

OLATHE OFFICE:  120 E. Park Street Olathe, KS  66061

(Near corner of Chestnut and Park)

Hours:  Mon-Fri  8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Weekends and Holidays – 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Phone:  913-233-4986

MERRIAM OFFICE  8001 Shawnee Mission Parkway Unit 100 Merriam, KS 66202

Hours:  Mon-Fri 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Phone:  913-257-3836

COST:  $22.00, cash, money order, or credit card

Instructions:

  1.  Give the lab your name and PIN #
  2.  You must present a state issued picture ID. If you do not have one, you will need to obtain one. A passport will suffice.
  3.  You have 24 hours to report to an Averhealth lab once requested to do so. Failure to submit to the test within 24 hours will be considered a refusal.

The lab is not available to for unscheduled walk-ins on the weekends.

To check for other AverHealth locations please check the link below

Locations

The UA call-in hotline number is 913-232-2844

JOHNSON COUNTY DA DIVERSION

Letitia Ferwalt  913-715-3009

Alison Collins  913-715-3005

YaSheen Blevins  913-715-3043

 

 

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