DUI / Risk Reduction Course

According to the Georgia Department of Driving services, DUI Risk Reduction course is an intervention program required by law for people convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), possession of illegal drugs, underage possession of alcohol while operating a motor vehicle, or Boating Under the Influence (BUI).  The DUI / Risk Reduction Program consists of two parts that must be successfully completed in order to obtain a certificate of completion.

Step 1

DUI NEEDS Assessment

If you have been charged with any of the following, Georgia State law may require you to attend a DUI school / Risk Reduction Program certified/licensed by the Georgia Department of Driver's Services (DDS) before your driver's license can be reinstated.

  1. DUI

  2. Drug Possession

  3. Other drug offenses

  4. Underage possession of drugs or alcohol

 

What is a NEEDS Assessment? 

The Assessment Component is completed first. It is a 130-question comprehensive screening instrument used to evaluate the extent of an individual’s alcohol and drug use and its impact on driving.

Assessments are conducted 

Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM  

 

Step 2

20 Hour DUI Class

What does the 20 hour DUI class consist of?

The Intervention Component is administered after completion of the Assessment Component. It is a 20-hour course comprised of several sessions covering several days and delivered in a group environment. The Intervention Component is designed to offer therapeutic education and peer group counseling about alcohol and drug use and its effect on driving.

Once you have completed the Assessment, you must attend the 20-hour course called the DUI class or Risk Reduction Program. Allegiance provides this course every week with the following schedule

 

 

 

 

As per Georgia DDS Guidelines the total for the complete DUI course also known as DUI Risk Reduction Course is $360.00:     

($100.00 Assessment fee + $235.00 class fee + $25.00 book fee).