DUI Programs

Enroll in a DUI Program

Enrolling in a DUI Program

You can enroll in a DUI Program after your court case is completed with your court order or court referral. You may also enroll prior to court . If you cannot locate your court order you may bring an H-6 in-house printout from the DMV.

First offender programs are generally court ordered by your blood alcohol content (BAC) at the time of arrest. If you know your BAC, you may enroll in a DUI program prior to your court conviction. This information may be found by contacting the DMV, the arresting agency, or the DA’s office in the county of your arrest.

First offenders with a BAC between .08 and .19 will be advised to enroll in a 3-month program. First offenders with a BAC at a .20 or higher will be advised to enroll in a 9-month enhanced first offender program.

Any person who has received two DUIs within 10 years will be advised to enroll in an 18-month Multiple Offender program.

For More Information

This information is true for most people and most cases, but not all. Any specific questions regarding your case should be directed to your convicting court.

Any questions regarding your driver’s license or driving privileges should be directed to the Mandatory Actions unit of the DMV at  (916) 657-6525.

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DUI Orientation Appointment

Before receiving services, a mandatory orientation is held to explain the rules and requirements, assess program fees and determine method of payment.You will choose the days and times for your classes while you are at the orientation. We provide classes evenings, weekends, late afternoon and mornings. Written notice of all activities, schedules, times and classroom assignments are given to each participant at this time. 

Spanish language orientations please contact the office at 408-879-7581.

English language orientations are offered as follows:

Tuesday 5:30-7:30 PM

Wednesday 3:00-5:00 PM

Thursday 9:30-11:30 AM

You will be required to stay for the full two hours. On the day of the orientation you will select your class days and times from our program list. To request an orientation date, use our Orientation Date Request Form, or call the ADI office during the listed office hours. 408-879-7581

On the date you attend the orientation your Department of Motor Vehicles form is electronically submitted to the DMV allowing you to obtain your restricted drivers license if you are eligible. If finances are a concern you can schedule a financial assessment appointment with us.

Bring one of the following documents to the orientation along with a $175 down payment toward the total program fee:

  • Admin per se pink temporary license along with the alcohol level
  • Court Order; please be aware if the court has an enrollment deadline
  • An H-6 In-house printout from the DMV
  • We accept checks, cash, debit or visa, mastercard, discover credit cards.