5/8/2014 Updated to add:
Wrongful denials based on "court ordered treatment for alcoholism" - at issue are the 102 counties each using differing terminology/vocabulary without a standardized reporting of DUI evaluaiton/education/intervention classes. In some of the wrongful denials, the court documents was actually marked for "treatment" when it should have been eval or education. Anyone wrongfully denied should file an appeal with the ISP and submit the appropriate documentation. If the court docs show wrong terminology, you may need to go back to the court and to the eval folks and have the documents corrected, then file appeal. In the meantime, the ISP is working with the circuit courts to standardize the terminology used.
The ISP has posted an appeal form on their website - https://www.isp.stat...Application.pdf
You will need to fill out the form stating that you were not sentenced to court ordered treatment for alcoholism. Include copies of your evaluation, copies of court documents, etc. Mail or email it to the address listed.
If the court documents wrongfully list "treatment", you may have to have the documents corrected or ask for a statement of correction.
If you mail it, it is suggested you send it registered mail with delivery receipt requested.
3/21/2018 Updated to add:
It is our understanding there are four evaluation assessment levels. The first two levels require evaluation and education. The Significant Risk and High Risk assessments require counseling. That counseling qualifies as 'treatment' and therefore carries a five-year prohibition for a concealed carry license.