Substance Abuse/MIP 16 & Older

$75.00

Adult Substance Abuse / MIP ( Ages16 and Older)

Alcohol, Drugs, Marijuana, Vaping

Live, Facilitator Led Classes hosted on Zoom

One Day Class
Saturday or Sunday
Class Times:  9:00AM to 2:00PM

  • Please enter your information exactly as it is on your court paperwork to avoid any inaccurate reporting !!!!
  • Please make sure to enroll in the correct class, we are not connected to the court’s network, there is no way for us to verify the information you provide. Additional fees may apply for corrections to certificates.
  • You will be enrolled in the Preferred Class. If that option is full, then you will be enrolled in the Alternative Class
  • The address provided will be used to mail out the materials that you will need to attend the Virtual classroom. There will be an additional fee to resend class materials if we are not informed of any address changes at least 14 days prior to the start of your class. It is your responsibility to ensure that the information you provide is accurate.
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Adult Substance Abuse / MIP (Ages 16 and Older)

Alcohol, Drugs, Marijuana, Vaping

One Day – $75
Saturday or Sunday
Class Times are 9:00AM to 2:00PM

Live, Facilitator Led Classes hosted on Zoom

The drugs and alcohol program does not focus on chemical addiction. Instead, it helps individuals understand the decision process they have to go trough when they choose to ingest harmful substances. It does not focus on what drugs or alcohol do to the body. Research indicates that knowing the effects drugs have on the body has little impact in decreasing/eliminating use. This program does explore patterns of use and contributing attitudes. The individual learns how to face the challenges of abstinence and altering present substance abusing behavior patterns.

Program Contents

  • Introduction and Agreements
  • What Did I Do & Why?
  • Contributing Factors
  • Values, Attitudes, Behaviors
  • Trust
  • Responsibility
  • Staying in Control
  • Alcohol & Drugs
  • Managing Stress
  • Depression
  • Choices
  • Personal and Family Consequences
  • Present Behavior and Personal Goals
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