ABOUT JOHN TYLER ASAP – CHESTER
John Tyler Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP), operated by Virginia’s State Department of Transportation Safety, provides treatment for those dealing with substance abuse within the criminal justice system. Located in Chester, Va., ASAP offers programs that meet court-mandated requirements, including outpatient programs for DUI offenders and a specialized program for first-time drug offenders.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
John Tyler Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP) requires that participants abstain from drugs and alcohol during treatment. Clients will participate in an initial substance abuse assessment. Duration of treatment is determined by the individual’s needs and any offenses and court mandates.
Outpatient programming for DUI offenders involves 20 hours of programming that includes educational classes and group counseling. Educational classes focus on substance abuse and life skills. Driver safety courses are incorporated as needed.
Specialized programming for youth, aged 18 to 25, and women is available. Services are also offered in Spanish. ASAP provides a Driver Intervention Course to provide guidelines and techniques to promote safe driving.
The first-time drug offenders program lasts six months and incorporates monitoring and education. Clients may be referred to additional treatment as needed.
Clients will submit to drug and alcohol screenings.
ASAP’s employs licensed substance abuse counselors, case managers, and program coordinators.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Best-rehabs.com has not yet received alumni feedback at the time of this writing. However, on Google, 13 reviewers gave a poor average rating of 1.8 stars. Negative reviews included monetary complaints and reports of difficult staff members. Brian wrote on the site in a representative review: “Worst scam of all time with the most insensitive people.” Another anonymous reviewer added: “They don’t do their job correctly and screw people over! Absolutely ridiculous!”
Allison, a four-star reviewer, praised the facility. “I have been treated with kindness throughout my time under VASAP,” she wrote. 
WHAT STAFF SAY
The sole staff member responding to a Best-rehabs.com poll to date gave positive feedback. The employee gave near-perfect four-star ratings to the facility’s treatment effectiveness and accommodations. The anonymous reviewer gave a mediocre rating of three out of five stars to the center’s affordability, counseling options, and discharge preparations. Though they gave three ratings to the treatment staff’s level of experience and training, they wrote: “The staff and patients were friendly.”
Specific fees are associated with different programs, though the facility’s website doesn’t state the exact cost.