The client referred to the program will receive a minimum of 16 hours of treatment services and will cost a state-mandated fee of $750. Typically, the client will be referred to a program in the client’s county of residence, but may request a referral to any of the three counties in Delaware. A urine-drug screen (UDS) will be administered to every client upon enrollment of the program. An additional UDS will be administered at some random point during the program.
The client must attend all scheduled classes, pay the fee, and get a passing grade (80% or greater) on a standardized content test; the client must also complete the requirements of the program within 90 days of the referral. Participation must be evident and the client must present an acceptable DUI Avoidance Plan. Attendance at an addiction-focused community support group is also required.