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Various classes

Level I Education

Next session will be on March 21st from 4 pm-8 pm. (open)

Cost: $230, intake and workbook separate. Level I Education consists of 12 hours of DUI education over a minimum 3-day period; not more than 4 hours can be conducted in one calendar day. This level is typically conducted in a group or class. Level I Education is not appropriate for someone who has had more than one impaired driving offense, or one offense with a high BAC or refusal. 

Level II Education

Level II Education consists of 24 hours of DUI education over 12 weeks. Typically conducted in a group setting, class size is limited to not more than 12 regularly attending. Level II Education can be recommended by itself or may be followed by Level II Therapy. Classes meet Fridays at 7 pm (open) and Thursdays at 4 pm. (currently full ) Cost: $25.00/ class after intake . 

$20.00 workbook

Interlock Enhancement Counseling

 

Interlock Enhancement Counseling (IEC) is intended for DUI offenders who have an ignition interlock installed on their vehicle. Designed to improve a clients’ chances of being successful while on and off interlock.

An added incentive is that this class may shorten the length of time required to complete Therapy tracks B, C or D by 5 weeks.

Cost: $290 includes workbook

Group meets monthly every third Tuesday at 4 pm.  Individual sessions vary. 

Level II Therapy

Classes meet on Friday at 5 pm and Thursday at 6 pm Cost does include intake and workbook 

  • Track A: A minimum of 42 hours over at least 21 weeks, usually for a first-time offender with a BAC below 0.15; Cost: $690
  • Track B: A minimum of 52 hours over at least 26 weeks, usually for a first-time offender with a BAC of 0.15 or above or refusal; Cost: $840
  • Track C:  A minimum of 68 hours over at least 34 weeks, usually for someone with a prior DWAI/DUI, and a BAC below 0.15; Cost $1080
  • Track D:  A minimum of 86 hours over at least 43 weeks, usually for someone with a prior DWAI/DUI, and a BAC of 0.15 or above or refusal. Cost: $1350

Relapse Prevention

12 week program helping clients maintain a high level of awareness of their vulnerability to relapses of substance use. After a period of successful abstinence, many clients feel increasingly confident that they will now be able to handle moderate use of alcohol or drugs.  Learn coping skills, stress reduction and other resources to remain drug/alcohol free. 

Class every Wednesday at 5:30 pm

Cost: $30.00 per 2-hour class (workbooks $10.00 each) 

EOP

Enhanced Outpatient Program is designed to enhance the level of  therapy. EOP is a range of hours between 3 and 8 hours per week, the number of  hours is determined by the agency's clinical assessment in collaboration with the Probation Officer. 

EOP should be IN ADDITION to any track requirement.

Cost: $30.00  per two-hour class plus $30.00 workbook. No intake required for current clients. 

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Level II Education

 Level 2 programs consist of 24 hours of DUI Education over a 12 week period. This level of education is provided in a classroom setting, with no more than 12 individuals regularly attending. DUI education  must be provided in a face-to-face manner. 

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Level II Therapy

 

Level II Therapy is required after Level II Education is completed. Level II Therapy can range in length from 5 to 10 months depending on the track assigned. Track assignment will be based on offense number, BAC level and other indicators.

  • Track A consists of a minimum of 42 hours over at least 21 weeks, usually for first-time offenders with a BAC below 0.15
  • Track B consists of a minimum of 52 hours over at least 26 weeks, usually for first-time offenders with a BAC of 0.15 and above or for a refusing to take a breath test
  • Track C consists of a minimum of 68 hours over at least 34 weeks, usually for someone with a prior DWI/DUI conviction and a BAC below 0.15
  • Track D consists of a minimum of 86 hours over at least 43 weeks, usually for someone with a prior DWI/DUI and a BAC of 0.15 and above or a refusal

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Relapse prevention

 Specific interventions at this addiction treatment center include identifying specific high-risk situations for each client and enhancing the client’s skills for coping with those situations, increasing the client’s self-efficacy, eliminating myths regarding alcohol’s effects, managing lapses, and restructuring the client’s perceptions of the relapse process. Work and Recovery : Clients learn how their work life affects their recovery and explore ways to balance work and recovery. Guilt and Shame : Clients learn to distinguish between guilt and shame and discuss ways to cope with each. Staying Busy:  Clients learn that idle time can be a trigger and discuss how scheduling activities can help them avoid relapse. Motivation for Recovery:  Clients learn that the same motivation that brought them to treatment may not sustain them. Clients discuss new motivations and strategies for staying abstinent.  Truthfulness:  Clients learn that although truthfulness is not always easy, it is integral to successful recovery. Clients discuss the consequences and benefits of always telling the truth. Total Abstinence:  Clients learn that substance use of any kind will cloud their decision-making and endanger recovery. Clients discuss changes they must make to eliminate all substance use.  Other addictions can be a form of dependence and can lead to relapse. Clients discuss the ways that stable relationships can contribute to recovery. Anticipating and Preventing Relapse:  Clients learn to recognize the warning signs of relapse and explore strategies for avoiding relapse. Trust : Clients learn the necessity of restoring lost trust and discuss ways to cope with being suspected of continued substance use. Be Smart, Not Strong : Clients learn that recovery is not a test of will but of commitment and smart planning. Clients discuss the efficacy of their approach  

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2305 East Arapahoe Road, Centennial, Colorado 80121, United States

(720) 646-6674

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