What is the Risk Reduction program?
The Risk Reduction Program (RRP) is a 20 hour class for DUI and/or drug possession.
What is the NEEDS assessment?
The NEEDS assessment helps students understand their level of involvement with alcohol and/or drugs and how it's affecting their life. It's a self-administered survey that must be taken at our location either on the computer or as a physical copy. The assessment needs be completed no later than the day before class begins.
What is the class like?
The class a 20 hour course usually spread over two and a half days. DDS only allows 8 hours in a day and no more than 4 hours in one session, so our classes usually run 2 full days and then the following evening. We use the curriculum provided by Prime for Life which allows you to feel engaged and comfortable in sharing your thoughts, provides you with tools to help make low risk decisions, and allows you to explore new beliefs in order to bring about positive change.
Why Pick Allied Learning Center for DUI School?
At Allied Learning Center, the care of our students is the number one priority. We are a small school DISCREETLY located on Hodgson Memorial Drive, behind Oglethorpe Mall. The cost of the class is the same everywhere you go, but our instructors are all trained in either the prevention or treatment fields--meaning they are professionals in the field and care about your well-being.
Quality class instruction does matter, and we are here to provide that to you.
What is the schedule?
See the homepage for class schedule.
What are the program fees?
As of Oct. 15, 2017:
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