DUI Classes

DUI Classes at CoRRIf you have just been ordered to attend DUI classes, you probably have a number of questions about what’s about to happen. You need to know that your DUI program must be DMV and State approved.

DMV Approved Program: CoRR is licensed by the DMV and State of California as a provider of Wet and Reckless, and 3, 6, 9, 12, and 18 month programs in both Placer and Nevada counties. To enhance convenience, this programs are available to you at all six of our sites:

Auburn Grass Valley Kings Beach
530-885-1961 530-273-9541 530-546-5641
Lincoln Roseville Truckee
916-434-8927 916-782-3737 530-587-8194

Schedule: CoRR’s DUI class schedules are designed accommodate work and school schedules, including evening classes.

Cost:  The cost of the program, by law, is to be paid by those who participate and depends on length. Your DUI program length depends on a number of factors, including blood alcohol content (BAC), the number of offenses, and is determined by the DMV and the Courts. Contact the office that you will attend and they will give you cost and payment schedules for your specific program.

Choosing CoRR as your DUI Provider: You can enroll by contacting the office that is most convenient for you and reserve a place on the roster. You’ll then participate in an orientation and enrollment session.

  • You will need to bring the appropriate down payment and Court Referral or DMV printout.This will let us know which program you will be required to do.
  • You will be given proof of enrollment for the Court and CoRR will file proof of enrollment on-line with the DMV.

What is the DUI class like? Programs consist of face to face sessions, education sessions and group sessions. Counselors bring compassion and humor to the program along with serious discussion and clear learning goals. CoRR’s DUI classes address effects of alcohol and/or drugs on the body, both physically and mentally, DUI laws, drunk driving, theories of addiction, and methods of preventing another DUI.  There is no homework, but attendees are expected to attend all activities on time and to keep their fees current.

What if I need more help? If appropriate, the program is also designed to assist individuals in recognizing their alcohol and/or drug dependencies and to assist them towards recovery.

CoRR also provides more intense levels of alcohol/drug treatment if you believe you need more support to stop drinking and/or drug use. We are here to help with certified, compassionate substance abuse counselors and therapists (if needed).

Should you have any questions concerning your specific drivers license, you can contact the Mandatory Action Unit in Sacramento; ph. # 916-657-6525 they are THE final word on your license.

http://www.corr.us/