The staff at 1st Choice DUI School of Forsyth are grateful for your interest in our programs! 1st Choice was founded & obtained approval to be a state certified program (#10373) in 2019 & we are excited to be serving our community. Despite our being a new addition to Forsyth, we have seasoned instructors who have been teaching these programs for many years. 1st Choice DUI School of Forsyth is dedicated to providing a quality service in an environment that is professional, confidential, comfortable, & respectful. We know that you have the option of attending other providers, but given the opportunity, we will show you why we should be your 1st Choice. You can reach us at any time! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply within 24 hours. Or please call or text us at (678) 807-9781. Let us help you during this difficult time by handling your case in a timely, friendly, & professional manner. All inquiries are confidential.Contact Us
One typical requirement for both the legal system & for license reinstatement is Risk Reduction School, more commonly known as DUI School.
Risk Reduction School is an intervention program mandated by law for people convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), possession of illegal drugs, underage possession of alcohol while operating a motor vehicle, or Boating Under the Influence (BUI). This program is a 20 hour course taught over three days, typically Saturday & Sunday (8:30am-5:30pm) & Monday (6pm-10pm).
At 1st Choice we provide an environment of comfort & privacy & strive to make this experience as easy as possible. Our certified instructors have been teaching this program for many years & bring experience & support for those going through this difficult process.
Prior to completing this program you must come into our location to complete an initial assessment. This assessment is taken on the computer & lasts 30 minutes to an hour. The cost for this service is included in the overall charge for Risk Reduction School, a total of $360. Please contact us to make arrangements at (678) 807-9781.Register Now
Another common requirement for a DUI charge is a Clinical Evaluation conducted by a state approved clinical evaluator.
The State of Georgia requires that everyone who receives a DUI charge be evaluated for the possibility of substance abuse problems. These evaluations are simply interviews conducted by a licensed professional that look at your specific situation, your history, & what makes you who you are.
These are typically by appointment only & last around an hour. Using guidelines set by the state, your evaluator makes recommendations that are to help you with the DUI process & possibly help you with problems areas in your life.
However, not everyone who needs a Clinical Evaluation has a problem with alcohol & many do not receive follow-up treatment. Please do not confuse these evaluations with "substance abuse evaluations." Clinical evaluations are conducted by state trained licensed professionals that have the knowledge to help you with the DUI process & paperwork.
The state also mandates the minimum charge for these evaluations to be at $110, although some other evaluators may charge more. Please contact us to make arrangements at (678) 807-9781.Register Now
The Victim Impact Program is a 2-hour class that poses the question of "what could have happened?" while exploring the lives of victims & their families who have been harmed by an impaired driver. This is a powerful class that looks at the "other side" of substance abuse from a personal perspective.Register Now
Prime420 is an 8-hour course designed by PRI to educate & focus on the beliefs & attitudes of marijuana users. This program provides information to encourage discussions surrounding the possible addictive nature of marijuana & how marijuana effects our ability to drive. Additional information about the trigger point for marijuana addiction is seen in relevant videos & materials. This program is appropriate for those who have received possession of marijuana charges or for those whose family or colleagues are concerned about their marijuana use.
To find out more about this program, please contact us at (678) 807-9781.Register Now
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Our staff members have years of experience in helping those with driving offenses navigate through the process of moving forward.