DWI Court Phases

DWI Court consists of four phases and a graduation. During each phase the participants will be required to complete certain goals. As participants advance through the program the phase requirements may become less restrictive.

During all phases of the program participants will be required to cooperate with frequent, random and observed alcohol and drug testing, cooperation with frequent and random field visits and office visits, attend DWI Court hearings, and abstain from alcohol and drug use.

Phase I

Participants will enter and successfully complete the recommended treatment programs and establish abstinence. Must be in Phase I for a minimum of 4 months and have a minimum of 30 days of continuous sobriety.

Phase II
Participants will focus on continued abstinence, stabilization and maintenance of recovery. Must be in Phase II for a minimum of 5 months and have a minimum of 90 days of continuous sobriety.

Phase III
Participants will continue to focus on abstinence and maintenance of recovery. Must be in Phase III for a minimum of 4 months and have a minimum of 120 days of continuous sobriety.

Phase IV
Participants will focus on reaching personal and treatment goals while sustaining recovery, reinforcing and maintaining a clean, sober and legal lifestyle, giving back to the community through volunteer service. Phase IV is a minimum of 5 months. Must have a minimum of 18 months in the program and have a minimum of 270 days of continuous sobriety.