While all State Certified Alcohol and Drug Classes are required to present the same
curriculum, there is a difference in classroom environments and instructors.
is to provide a pleasant, nonjudgemental environment that allows participants to actually
enjoy the time they spend attending their required drug or alcohol educational class.
The state's curriculum presents topics such as the influence of alcohol and/or drugs on
judgement, how alcohol/drugs affect driving skills, and basic alcohol/drug laws.
Our classroom setting is conducive to free speech and open to the opinions of its participants.
State Certified Programs are required under state law for anyone convicted of a DWI or drug offense.. These courses may also be used by your attorney for plea negotiations for pre-trial diversion or be required by your employer or probation officer due to a failed drug test. Under certain circumstances one or more of these classes may be required by state law to retain your driver license.