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PROGRAMS WE OFFER

First and Multiple Offender Programs

12 Hour

SB1176 WET RECKLESS

This is a 12-hour alcohol and drug education program for persons arrested with measurable amounts of alcohol in their blood, but below the DUI limit. Drivers, ages 18 to 20, who are convicted of DUI may also be ordered to a similar program under Penal Code 23140.

3 Month

AB-541 FIRST OFFENDER

This is considered a first offender program for defendants with BAC levels in the lower end. It consists of 34 hours of drug/alcohol education, group counseling, face to face interviews and additional County requirements.


*San Bernardino and Riverside counties require a 4 month program.

6 Month

AB-762 FIRST OFFENDER

This is considered a first offender program for defendants with higher BAC levels. It consists of 48 hours of drug/alcohol education, group counseling, face to face interviews and additional County requirements.

9 Month

AB-1353 FIRST OFFENDER

This is considered a first offender program for defendants with the highest BAC levels. It consists of 65 hours of drug/alcohol education, group counseling, face to face interviews and additional County requirements.

18 Month

SB-38 MULTIPLE OFFENDER

This is a multiple offender program. Defendants convicted for two or more DUIs, are typically ordered to this program on their second offense. 18-month multiple offender programs consist of 12 hours of alcohol and drug education, 52 hours of group counseling, biweekly individual interviews, and 6 community reentry monitoring sessions. Additional hours may also be required by the referring county.

30 Month

SB-1365 MULTIPLE OFFENDER

This is a multiple offender program. Defendants convicted for three or more DUIs, are typically ordered to this program. 30-month multiple offender programs consist of 12 hours of alcohol and drug education, 78 hours of group counseling, a minimum of 39 biweekly individual interviews, up to 300 hours of community service, and re-entry monitoring.  Additional hours may also be required by the referring county.

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MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT

DUI MAT Integration Outreach Project

ABC Traffic Programs is the only DUI program in the State of California to be granted the privilege of being selected to provide MAT services at ALL SIX of our locations.

Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in combination with counseling, to treat Substance Use Disorders. This method has proven to be effective, resulting in fewer overdoses and a sustainable recovery. Some medications are used to treat Opioid Use Disorders and others are for Alcohol Use Disorders.

 

We can help you get medication assisted treatment for your opioid or alcohol dependency, ask us about our MAT Program.