Substance Abuse

Evaluation, Prevention and Recovery Solutions for Substance Use Problems.


  • EVALUATION SERVICES (Evaluaciones en Ingles o Español)
  • Texas Medical Board (TMB)
  • Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN)
  • Texas State Board of Pharmacy (TSBP)


F. Heath Smith provides evaluations for the following organizations:  Texas Medical Board, Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses and Texas State Board of Pharmacy.


Counseling Services

  • Individual and Family Sessions
  • Adolescents and Adults
  • 12 Step Modality
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Family Support Group Meeting
  • Alcohol and Drug Testing Support Program


Addictive behavior counseling is designed to assist the abuser and/or their family in dealing with compulsive use disorders.  The patient and counsel or/family work together to set appropriate goals and treatment strategies to assist the patient in their recovery.


“I first came to see Heath after my drug addiction had ravaged my life and the lives of everyone I held dear to me.  I learned about Heath at a time when I feared that I had nowhere else to go.  Heath didn’t offer me a trick solution or a quick fix, what he did offer me was a helping hand to pull myself up out of the nightmare of my addiction.  Over the course of my treatment, Heath has argued with me, questioned me and challenged me, all the while standing resolutely by my side as I engaged in a battle for my life.   I will be in recovery for the rest of my life, but thanks to Heath’s support and guidance and, of course God’s Grace, I am sober, I am a better husband and father and I am happier than I have ever been.”

A Grateful Patient,

Board Certified Texas Lawyer


“He helped me reconnect with my inner self, re-establishing a feeling of

wholeness, and the ability to overcome all obstacles.”

A Recovering Cocaine Addict,

Master’s Level Counselor


DOT/SAP and NON-DOT SERVICES (Evaluaciones en Ingles o Espanol)


Department of Transportation evaluations are provided to individuals who are in violation of DOT 49 CFR Part 40.  The evaluation is, in most cases, a two day process and will require a minimum of two face-to-face meetings as well as standardized testing.







  1. Initial Assessment
  2. Face-to-face assessment and evaluation.
  3. Recommendation and Referral
  4. Refer employee to appropriate education and/or treatment program.
  5. Return-to-Duty Assessment
  6. Conduct face-to-face follow-up assessment to determine employee’s completion and compliance of referral recommendation.
  7. Aftercare/Monitoring
  8. Provide employee with continuing education and monitor case, if necessary.


DOT assessments are provided for the following agencies:

  • FMCSA – Truck Drivers
  • FRA – Railroad, Trainmen, Conductors, etc.
  • FAA – Pilots, Flight Crews, Aircraft Maintenance/Duties
  • FTA – Transit, Vehicle Operation, Maintenance/Mechanics
  • PHMSA – Pipeline
  • USCG – United States Coast Guard, Marine Transportation