DUI/DWI Counseling, Treatment, and Education
Have you been arrested for a DUI or DWI? Have you been charged with CDS possession or paraphernalia? If you have been to court and have been ordered by the judge to attend Alcohol or Substance Abuse Education and/or treatment, then we have the classes you need to fulfill this requirement and in less time than you may think.
If you have not been to court yet, it is best to get an assessment and start either treatment or education before going to court. As attorneys will most likely tell you, this lets the judge know that you are taking responsibility and that you have already had a professional assessment.
Integrative Counseling is Nationally Accredited by ACHC and a State of Maryland Licensed Substance Treatment Facility offering a broad range of educational and treatment services for adults and adolescents in a safe non-judgmental environment.
After receiving a DUI/DWI people will need to attend either treatment or education. It is best to get an assessment and start either treatment or education before going to court. As attorneys will most likely tell you, judges look favorably on taking personal responsibility and having a professional assessment.
Integrative Counseling is State of Maryland licensed to offer DWI/DUI education as required by judges and the Maryland MVA. The first step to see if you are appropriate for a 12-hour education program is to call to schedule an assessment. Please see our Contact Us page and let us know how we may be of Service!
Weekend Alcohol and Marijuana Education Program
Sessions run once a month from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Call to see when you can attend next.
Integrative Counseling offers a 12-hour brief education and treatment program for adults. This program is certified by the State of Maryland as an Early Intervention Level 0.5 Education Program. Clients will learn about the effects of alcohol or marijuana on their life, their brain, driving, family, and the law. It includes all of the DUI/DWI education program topics. The first step to see if you are appropriate for a 12-hour education program is to call to schedule an assessment. It is best to get an assessment and start either treatment or education before going to court. Attorneys tell us this lets the judge know the client is taking responsibility and that they have already had a professional assessment.
Persons who have already been convicted of a DUI/DWI AND have been court-ordered to complete a DUI/DWI program are NOT able to attend a weekend program and would attend our six-week class instead.