The DUI Evaluation process is a face-to-face interview to determine risk factors associated with driving under the influence and/or the abusive use of alcohol or other drugs. Minimum information required to complete the DUI Evaluation is a current driving abstract, BAC results of DUI arrest and one Collateral Contact (a documented talk with someone who knows you well.) Upon completion of the DUI Evaluation, recommendations will be made for DUI services in one of the four categories (Minimal Risk, Moderate Risk, Significant Risk, and High Risk.)
DUI Evaluation Update
A DUI Evaluation Update is a face-to-face interview to determine any ongoing risk to substance abuse or driving under the influence and/or to document positive changes that the individual has made to reduce the potential for future substance related problems including driving under the influence.
Outpatient Substance Abuse Service
Outpatient treatment services focus on education, self-exploration, problem solving and helping individuals address issues in their life associated with alcohol/drug use.
Level I – Minimum Risk (DUI Risk Education)
Level II – Moderate Risk. 10 hours of DUI Risk Education and 12 hours of early intervention treatment classes.
Level II – Significant Risk. 10 hours of DUI Risk Education and 20 hours of treatment classes.
Level III – High Risk. A minimum of 75 hours of individualized treatment classes.
Minimal Risk – DUI Education
The DUI Minimal Risk Program is a program established to educate individuals of the risks associated with alcohol and/or drug use, to define substance use/abuse/dependence, demonstrate the effects of alcohol/drug abuse on families, and the costs associated with driving under the influence. This program is a 10 hour DUI education course.
DUI Moderate Risk Program
The DUI Moderate Risk Program is a combination of 10 hours of Risk Education and a minimum of 12 hours of an early intervention program focusing on an individual’s relationship to alcohol or other drugs.
DUI Significant Risk Program
The DUI Significant Risk Program is a combination of a minimum of 10 hours Risk Education and a minimum of 20 hours of outpatient counseling based on addressing the individual’s abusive relationship to alcohol and/or drugs. Recommendation for continued care will be determined based upon individual needs.
DUI High Risk Program
The DUI High Risk Program consists of a minimum of 75 hours of outpatient substance counseling established to address the individual’s abusive and/or dependent relationship to alcohol and/or other drugs. Continued care recommendations will be made based upon individual needs.