I want to voluntarily get tested for alcohol in my system for a few months. I think this will help keep me on the straight and narrow and will aid me in my custody situation. I want to have someone to check in with who is more than just a sponsor. I will have to PROVIDE EVIDENCE that I have established sobriety, and I have no other way to prove it than by a chemical test. Do I go to the County offices? Or a private physician? Just wondering if anyone knows the process for such a thing (with the exception of a parole officer, because I am not on parole). thanks!
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