Alcohol and Drug Screening


Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants is the largest population of individuals monitored by Jackson County Community Justice. Almost every person is allowed a first offense Diversion, and all convicted individuals are required by law to attend an alcohol/drug treatment program. This department's task is to evaluate individual needs and refer each individual to the appropriate treatment. It is also the department's task to monitor compliance and initiate enforcement through the Court when the individual does not follow through with his/her court-ordered obligations.
Our office works closely with the Jackson County Circuit Court and District Attorney's Office to ensure efficiency and appropriate consideration on all cases. Our goal is to protect the community from those referred to us for Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants and minimize the chances of repeat behavior through referral to treatment and counseling.
Adult individuals reporting to Community Justice for DUII supervision must complete an alcohol and drug evaluation by an Alcohol and Drug Screening Specialist (ADSS). This evaluation can be scheduled and completed at the Community Justice Office.

DUII Services Intake Paperwork12-DUII-Pg-Photo2
NOTE: Downloading and returning completed paperwork does not substitute reporting to the DUII Services office.
The Alcohol and Drug Evaluation is $150.00 that is required to be paid prior to completion of the assessment. The cost of your screening covers (1) the screening itself, (2) a referral to the state-licensed DUII service provider you have chosen for treatment, and (3) the monitoring and reporting of your progress to the Circuit Court.

This fee cannot be waived or reduced by state law.  Payment must be made in full to remain compliant.  Our office accepts both cash or card.  No appointment is necessary for this process.

DUII State Certified Treatment is required for all diversion and conviction offenders.

In order to properly fill out your paperwork and be scheduled for your screening, you will need to find a State-Licensed DUII Service Provider who meets the following criteria: the State-Licensed DUII Service Provider chosen must offer outpatient, DUII specific treatment during which you meet with a counselor.

Treatment cannot be pre-recorded videos.  Zoom/Telehealth classes are permitted as long as you are directly meeting with a counselor.  Your paperwork will not be accepted by our office and you will not be scheduled for a screening if you have not chosen a State-Licensed DUII Service Provider that meet the criteria listed.  By law, your screener is unable to assist in the selection process or make recommendations regarding treatment providers.

When choosing a provider, please consider the following: (1) Does this provider meet the criteria of the Court? (2) Does this provider have meeting times that match my schedule? (3) Is this provider covered by my insurance? (4) Does this provider offer treatment in my language?
If the adult on supervision is non-compliant with the terms of their DUII supervision, a non-compliance notice will be filed with the District Attorney's office and/or Jackson County Circuit Court.
Are you a Veteran?
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) will pay the screening fee for all Veterans.  Veterans are expected to provide proof of Veteran status to be eligible for waived screening fee.  Documentation must be provided prior to scheduling a screening.

Proof of Veteran status includes, but is not limited to:

  • Veteran ID card
  • Veteran designation on the individual's driver's license or vehicle registration
  • VA benefit letter in the individual's name
  • VA health care / TRICARE card
  • Any official discharge document - a complete list is available at:
DUII Services - Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I complete an alcohol/drug evaluation (ADSS)?
Jackson County Community Justice
1101 West Main Street, Suite 101
Medford, OR 97501
Where can I attend alcohol/drug treatment?

Refer to the following links for certified treatment providers:

*DUII State Certified Treatment is required for all diversion and conviction offenders.

Where do I complete the Victim's Impact Panel (VIP)?
Jackson County Sheriff's Office - Diversion and Alternative Sentencing Programs Victim's Impact Panel (DUII)
Where can I find a list of qualified companies that can satisfy my IID requirement?