FAQS

Answers to Your Important Questions

WHAT IS THE COST OF A DUI/RRP COURSE?

The cost of the class is set by the state of GA.  The total cost of the class is $360.  This includes $100 for the Assessment, $235 for the Intervention Component, and $25 for the workbook.

HOW IS THE DUI/RRP CLASS STRUCTURED?

The class has two components:  the Assessment Component and the Intervention Component.  

All clients must complete the Assessment Component first.  This includes a 130 question comprehensive assessment.  The assessment is designed to evaluate how big a role alcohol and drugs have taken in the individual's life.  

The Intervention Component is completed last.  It is a 20 hour course that will be completed over a 3 day period.


 The course is taught is a small group setting, where clients will be able to evaluate how high risk choices has impacted their lives.  

WHAT IS THE ATTENDANCE POLICY

The DUI/RRP have strict attendance policies.  These policies are outlined in the contract you signed for the class.  All students are expected to arrive to class on time.  You will be denied entry into the class if you arrive late.  If you arrive late or leave early, you may be required to pay full price to retake the class.

HOW DO STUDENTS INTERACT WITH EACH OTHER?

Students will be able to interact via small group sessions in person or via Zoom.

WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS FOR ZOOM STUDENTS?

Students that take the class via Zoom are expected to follow the same rules as in person students.  All Zoom students must log in on time.  In addition, Zoom students are expected to be in a quite location away from distractions with their cameras on.