DUI Program

Driving Under the Influence


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Our Driving Under the Influence (DUI) program is designed to provide the necessary services required after receiving a DUI offense.

This can be a difficult time for you and your family members, employers and friends. We will support you by providing education and information to help you navigate this process.

Program Components

Evaluation

The Court Reporting Network (CRN) evaluation is a questionnaire administered by one of our certified interviewers. The evaluation takes 45 to 60 minutes and consists of brief questions that cover general information as well as alcohol and drug use and arrest information.

This information cannot be used to prosecute you. It is used only to make recommendations for services such as highway safety school and possibly a drug and alcohol assessment.

Assessment

A drug and alcohol assessment is utilized to gather detailed information about how these substances may be negatively impacting your life.

Alcohol and drug use can interfere with your physical and mental health, your ability to perform well at school or work and your ability to maintain positive relationships with family members and friends. The assessment will help us understand your unique situation and make appropriate treatment and/or resource recommendations.

Highway Safety School

Almost everyone charged with a DUI is required to participate in 12.5 hours of highway safety courses. These courses are designed to teach the negative impacts that alcohol and drug use have on driving, finances, physical and mental health and relationships.

Our classes are taught by certified instructors and take place during weekend hours to accommodate most work schedules.

Outpatient Therapy

Our Outpatient DUI Therapy program is designed to help you evaluate your own pattern of alcohol and drug use and its impact on your life. The need for this service is determined by your assessment.

Outpatient therapy generally consists of a combination of group and individual sessions. Treatment is designed to help you examine your alcohol and drug use, assess benefits of change and develop prevention skills to promote a healthier lifestyle.

Getting Started

Thank you for choosing our DUI program. We look forward to working with you. Your first step is to schedule your CRN evaluation by calling us at 215-494-9090.

When calling, please have the following information ready:

  • Driver’s license or ID number
  • Date of arrest and arresting police department
  • Drug or alcohol content

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