Straight & Narrow DUI Services is an ODMHSAS approved, 501(c) 3, private practice site headquartered in Antlers, Oklahoma, with a second location in Broken Bow, Oklahoma.
We provide the Oklahoma state-mandated ADSAC DUI assessments for persons who have had their driver's license suspended or revoked due to DUI/DWI/DUID.
In addition to DUI assessments, Straight and Narrow also provides Oklahoma DUI ADSAC classes, mental health, and substance use counseling and anger management courses.
As of October 2016, we also began offering the Oklahoma Parent Education & Family Stabilization course. This course is a requirement for parents of minor children who wish to obtain a divorce. All services provided by appointment only.
Straight & Narrow DUI Services is a non-profit on a mission to improve the health and safety of Southeast Oklahoma residents by providing high-quality, low-cost substance use and behavioral health treatment and education to the uninsured.
We provide individualized, evidence-based substance use, and behavioral health services regardless of race, age, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or religion.
We strive to offer the most accurate Oklahoma DUI assessments possible to ensure appropriate referrals are made for adequate intervention.
Payment for state-mandated DUI services is mandated by the state of Oklahoma.
Straight and Narrow DUI Services was founded and is operated by Wendy G. Taylor.
Mrs. Taylor graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant, Oklahoma, with a bachelor's degree in Psychology in 1999, followed by a master's degree in Behavioral Studies/Counseling Psychology in 2003.
In 2005, Mrs. Taylor obtained licensure
with, The Oklahoma Board of Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselors, as an Oklahoma Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and the Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Health, as a Licensed Behavioral Practitioner (LBP).
Most recently, Mrs. Taylor became a certified Oklahoma ADSAC assessor and facilitator.
Mrs. Taylor has acquired 21 years' experience in the substance abuse and mental health fields working in both private and community-based settings.