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DUI Programs


An arrest for DUI is serious. But it does not automatically indicate the person is a problem drinker or dependent upon alcohol. Using evidence based methods, C.A.R.E.’s professionals will help you determine if this was an once-in-a-lifetime event or if there is a need for education or possible treatment.C.A.R.E. understands the stress a DUI places on a person and has designed our assessment process to help reduce this stress by providing a non-judgmental and welcoming atmosphere.

Accelerated First Time Offenders Program: Not everyone arrested for DUI requires full treatment for alcohol abuse. However, an arrest for DUI can indicate a need for education and/or early intervention to prevent a more serious problem. This program is designed for those first time offenders. Our First Time offender program is an accelerated program with a combination of individual and group sessions. Upon completion, the participant will have developed his or her own Anti-DUI plan.

Subsequent Offender’s IOP: A second or subsequent offense is a strong indication of the need for treatment. In addition to serious jail time and fines, the Subsequent Offender is experiencing personal, family, and financial and health problems. C.A.R.E.’s Subsequent Offender’s Intensive Outpatient Program, “IOP” is designed for these individuals. Our Subsequent Offender’s IOP is based upon C.A.R.E’s traditional drug and alcohol IOP program and consists of a combination of weekly individual and group sessions. This program is designed to help mitigate the possible sanctions for subsequent DUI arrests and further violations.