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Evaluations, Treatment, Education, and Court Monitoring

Assisting those impacted by the power of addiction

A Connecting Pointe

offers beneficial, cost effective Alcohol and Drug Evaluations, Treatment, Education, and Court Monitoring services for individuals charged with a substance related legal offenses. ACP also offers treatment and education strategies for individuals with domestic violence charges.

Our Mission

is to assist those impacted by the power of addiction through education and treatment programs that focus on individuals who are justice involved due to mental health and/or substance misuse problems.

Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS)

ADIS consists of a PowerPoint presentation in a classroom type setting in person or on a virtual platform.

Substance Abuse and Batterer’s Intervention Treatment

Clients will complete individual and group treatment sessions as part of their recommendations.

(Also offered in Spanish)

Court Approved Evaluations

Completed through completion of paperwork and a questionnaire followed by a client interview and discussion of recommendations.

(Also offered in Spanish)

Diversion or Probation Monitoring

The court generally requires the individual to report to a monitor to insure the compliance with the conditions of a diversion or probation agreement.

(Also offered in Spanish)

Additional programs include:

  • Theft Prevention and Anger Management Classes

  • The Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (VIOP)

  • Outpatient Program (OP)

  • Aftercare/Relapes Prevention

How Are Evaluations Done?

Evaluations usually consist of a short written or online evaluation, followed by a follow-up with a mental health professional to discuss the findings. Evaluations whether performed using a telehealth or the more traditional in-person format typically range from 45 to 90 minutes. A licensed mental health professional then uses your written answers and interaction to produce a report for the Court. Depending on the therapist’s findings, this report may include a treatment recommendation, anger management, or some other service that best suits your need. The Court can then use this report to assist in the decision making process according to context of the court case.

How We Work With The Court

Treatment providers play a critical role with the courts by advocating for the needs of our mutual clients.  Monthly reports are sent to the courts on all monitoring cases that we oversee highlighting the progress individuals are making.  Additionally, we provide court specific treatment groups tailored to meet the unique needs of each client we serve to ensure their success.

What to expect:

We believe that treatment begins at hello.  From the moment you call to schedule your evaluation or to begin services, we encourage you to ask as many questions as you can to get a good understanding of the processes and approaches we use. One question many people ask is: “What is treatment like?”  The honest answer is that no treatment experience is identical.  After taking into consideration of where you are on your journey to recovery, we will develop a uniquely customized treatment plan to assist you in meeting your defined goals.  Depending on one’s unique needs, one can expect to meet with a licensed mental health professional or addiction counselor and participate in one-on-one therapy sessions, group therapy, and in some instances family therapy.

About us

We believe that you can recover, and we pride ourselves on having dedicated staff that all share the same goal of restoring hope to individuals that have been impacted by the power of addiction. Whether clinical or administrative, every team member takes our mission seriously. Some of them even have first-hand experience of the ongoing struggles one faces while living a life in recovery.  You can trust our team to help you find your path to a better future.

 The Staff:

Tyson McQuay LPC, LMAC 
Executive Director & Owner

Debra Maxy LSCSW, LCAC 
Clinician and Batterer’s Intervention Specialist

Megan Waters, MS 
Office Manager and Supervised Programs Monitor

Sarah Barth, LAC – Clinician

Kelsey Coleman, LAC – Clinician

Menissa Hill-Brox, LCAC – Clinician



“Very kind and understanding people, My counselor has helped bring so many things to light that I failed to acknowledge in the past. You can tell they genuinely care about your mental, emotionally, and spiritual health (short term and long term). Wouldn’t have chose any other support group!!!:) – Aralina S.

“The counselors are amazing! I learned a lot being here. Thank you guys so much.” – Jonny C.

“My experience with a connecting pointe has been nothing but enjoyable, the counselors have been nothing but understanding and gives the group sessions a great dynamic. I can’t think of anything but good things to say for this company.” – Josh Y.

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