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If you have been convicted of a DUI (Driving Under the
Influence), possession of illegal drugs, or underage possession of
alcohol while operating a motor vehicle, you will face a number of
legal consequences such as fines, time in jail, community service,
driver license reinstatement fees, and the completion of a
twenty (20) hour Risk Reduction Program.
The Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) approves and monitors Risk Reduction Programs in Georgia. The Risk Reduction Program offers a two - prong approach to actually changing ones drinking and/or drug use behavior. The Assessment Component is the first step of this process. The Assessment must be administered during the regular office hours ( or by appointment) of the school where you wish to take the course. Students must remember that the Assessment cannot be transferred to another school and must be administered prior to the beginning of the course.
The second step of this process is the Intervention Component which consists of a twenty (20) hour therapeutic learning event. Using the Prime for Life curriculum, the program clarifies the roles of quantity and frequency of alcohol/drug use play in the development of alcohol/drug problem