The Rehabilitation Process
As a partner to the courts for decades, providing alcohol and drug addiction treatment, rehabilitation, and training , we ensure swift and accurate reporting of attendance and requirement fulfillment. To begin with, in order to better understand your current mental health, one of our counselors will perform an assessment. Once this has come to a conclusion, they will then make any recommendations that they deem necessary for your recovery.
The Driver’s Alcohol Education Class (also known as DAE) is a 17-week court-mandated class for first time Driving Under the Influence (DUI) offenders.
Students learn about the dangers of drunk driving by attending 40 hours of programming, as follows:
- One individual intake session
- Thirty-four (34) hours of psychoeducational group sessions (one 2- hour session each week for 17 weeks)
- Four (4) hours of attendance at a community-based self-help meeting such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
- One individual discharge (exit) session
Fee: $726.80 (Insurance not accepted)
Option to pay in full, or in two half-payments prior to group starting.