8 Hour DUI Class, 8 Hour Alcohol Class, Substance Abuse Class

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We offer an 8-Hour Class for DUI and Substance Abuse. Our classes are for those facing DUI charges in Arizona and are fully online.

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Content and Structure of the 8-Hour Alcohol Class, 8-Hour Substance Abuse Class

This entry-level program covers fundamental topics under Alcohol Awareness and Drug Education. The curriculum is designed to foster a comprehensive understanding of:

  • The Dynamics of Addiction: Explore the psychological and physiological aspects of substance dependence.
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Consequences: Learn about the short-term and long-term effects of alcohol and drug misuse on individual health and community welfare.
  • Safety and Responsibility: Emphasize the importance of responsible behavior and the role of individual choices in public safety, especially concerning DUI laws and regulations.
  • Prevention Strategies: Equip participants with knowledge and tools to prevent substance abuse and promote healthier lifestyle choices.

What you will learn in our 8 hour DUI class

Level 2 Alcohol and Drug Awareness and Education

Introduction to the course, understanding its structure, and setting expectations.
Laws and Consequences
Comprehensive exploration of DUI laws and the potential consequences of violations.
The Effects of Alcohol and Drugs
Detailed insight into how alcohol and drugs affect the brain and body, including the risks associated with texting and driving.
Patterns of Substance Abuse
Study of alcohol use disorder, self-assessment, and problem use, with a focus on recognizing and understanding addiction patterns.
How Thoughts and Feelings Influence Behavior
Investigation into the psychological aspects that contribute to behavior, understanding how emotions and thought patterns can influence choices, including substance abuse.
Final Assignment “My Change Plan”

Completion and submission of “My Change Plan” as a culminating activity for the course.

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FAQs About Our 8 Hour DUI Class

Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about 8 Hour DUI class and 8 Hour Alcohol class. 

What is an 8 Hour DUI Class?

The 8-hour DUI class, commonly recognized as a Level 2 DUI Education Program, is a critical educational tool in addressing DUI and substance abuse issues. This course forms the baseline for DUI educational courses, designed specifically for individuals involved in minor DUI incidents or facing simple possession charges. Its primary aim is to serve as a proactive step in legal compliance and personal rehabilitation from substance misuse and DUI offenses.

How Can I Start My Classes?

The process to start your DUI classes is straightforward and user-friendly. Here’s a simple guide to get you started:

1. Contact Our DUI Specialists: The first step is to get in touch with our team of DUI specialists. You can do this by giving us a call at our dedicated helpline. Our specialists are trained to provide all the necessary information about our DUI classes and guide you through enrollment.

2. Assessment Evaluation: During your call, our specialists will inquire whether you have undergone a DUI assessment. This assessment is crucial as it helps us understand your needs and tailor the DUI class to your unique situation. If you haven’t completed an evaluation, our team will guide you on proceeding with this step.

3. Immediate Enrollment in DUI Classes: If you have already completed your assessment, we can expedite your enrollment in the appropriate DUI class. We strive to make the process seamless, allowing you to start your classes at your earliest convenience.

Remember, our goal is to assist you every step of the way, ensuring that you receive the education and support you need. Don’t hesitate to contact us to begin your journey.

Are Your 8 Hour Classes Accepted By Arizona Courts, ADOT, and MVD?

Yes, our DUI classes are widely recognized by Arizona courts and legal authorities for fulfilling educational requirements related to DUI offenses. We are also an MVD-approved and ADOT-approved DUI screening and education provider.

How Do I Obtain a Certificate of Completion?

Upon completing the Arizona 8 Hour DUI class, we will send your certificate of completion directly to courts, MVD, and any legal counsel that you request. You will also receive a Certificate of Completion. This certificate is your proof of successfully completing the course and signifies that you have gained essential knowledge in DUI prevention and substance abuse awareness.

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