Each month, CADAS provides comprehensive educational courses for persons convicted of driving under the influence, driving while intoxicated, underage possession of alcohol, etc. This course educates students about alcohol & other drugs, abuse & addiction, and adverse physiological, psychological, & familial effects.
Each student receives an alcohol & drug assessment; the results of which are reviewed individually with an A&D professional. If appropriate, referrals are made to address substance abuse problems, mental health issues, and emotional concerns.
CADAS offers classes each month to accommodate most employment schedules:
One 12-hour accelerated class is offered twice per month.
Students who have difficulty with reading or understanding written material should bring someone to assist with the assignments.
Anyone may take the course: DUI offenders, underage offenders, etc. Also, many parents enroll their teenagers to give them an understanding about the hazards of drinking and driving.
Today, a person convicted of a D.U.I. or similar crime in another state is required to complete an alcohol & drug assessment. Our experienced staff is equipped to conduct these evaluations and work with clients to meet the necessary requirements for driver’s license renewal.