Risk Reduction School in Georgia
The basic Risk Reduction (also known as Driving School) course in GA is a 20-hour program, but you start the process by being assessed by a State certified alcohol and drugs addiction counselor. This assessment is designed to help identify problem drinkers and to determine what level of treatment is needed for you. This two-step process consists of an assessment component and an intervention component should be expected. The typical intervention for most first-lifetime offenders who don’t show signs of addiction is attending the twenty-hour DUI school course that is broken into sessions on 3 or more days, two of which are almost always Saturday and Sunday. The different schools offer a variety of schedules and may offer courses in languages other than English. Both components must be successfully completed in order to obtain a certificate of completion. Be sure to ask your TEAMDUI.com attorney for a local list of certified treatment providers. Going to the wrong counselor may result in having to get a new assessment done.
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