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Kim Shird
In Illinois, a DUI (driving under the influence) offense covers all types of impaired driving,
From driving drunk to driving while under the influence of drugs (whether prescribed, abused, or illegal).

Galena Clinic is licensed by the State of Illinois Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) to provide treatment to people who have lost their driving privileges following a legal charge.

Illinois Secretary of State’s Office determined the required level of intervention as found in the DUI Evaluation. This could include Risk Education, Early Intervention Counseling, Treatment and Re-Evaluation.

Minimal Risk:

Completion of a minimum of 10 hours of DUI Risk Education

Moderate Risk:

Completion of a minimum of 10 hours Risk Education and a minimum of 12 hours of early intervention counseling.

Significant Risk:

Completion of 10 hours of DUI Risk Education and a minimum of 20 hours of substance abuse treatment and after discharge, ongoing participation in all activities specified in a continuing care plan.

High Risk:

Completion of a minimum of 75 hours of substance abuse treatment and after discharge, ongoing participation in all activities specified in a continuing care plan.

Aftercare:

If required, the client is monitored for adherence to their continuing care plan.

All of the staff are licensed or certified in the State of Illinois to practice as substance abuse clinicians. Fees are negotiated with you and are based on your DUI risk level.

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