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To prevent the suspension from taking effect, you may appeal the suspension within 15 days from the date on your notification letter. The letter we sent to you includes a form for appealing the suspension.
You also may request an interview or hearing any time after the 15–day period, but your license will remain suspended pending the outcome of the interview or hearing.
For more information, see Hearings.
If you live in WA, your treatment provider can submit the Alcohol/Drug Assessment/Treatment Report (ATR) electronically.
If you don't live in WA, your treatment provider must submit the Alcohol/Drug Assessment/Treatment Report (ATR) to us:
Department of Licensing
PO Box 9030
Olympia, WA 98507–9030
We'll release the suspension when your treatment provider notifies us an assessment has been completed and you've completed or complied with your treatment program.
There may be other issues you'll need to take care of to get your license back. To find out what you need to do, see Learn how to reinstate your license.