DUI Risk Education

This is the class that we wish you had in High School!


If you have been evaluated as a Level I- Minimal Risk, Level II – Moderate Risk or Level II – Significant Risk, you will be required by the State of Illinois to complete a minimum of 10 hours of Risk Education. By state law, this class must be completed in no less than four sessions. We hold our classes in three group sessions and one individual session. The group sessions are held in three hour sessions. The individual session is held from one to three hours and is dependent on your individual needs.


Here is what you will learn:


Day 1 –

Classification awareness, Drugs of Abuse, Tolerance, Withdrawal and Symptoms of Dependency.


Day 2-

What is BAC? What is impairment? How alcohol and Drugs affect the brain and body.


Day 3 –

DUI laws, Alcohol and Drug laws, problem solving,  planning for a night out and introduction to Support Groups.


Individual Session-

Post Test and Exit Interview. This is your time to ask individual questions or clarify anything that you want more information on.



We offer this class to anyone who would like to avoid a DUI or future problems in alcohol and/or drugs. Parents are encouraged to send and attend this class with young drivers.