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Almost everyone who has been arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI, DWI) will be required to complete an alcohol and drug evaluation (Uniform Report).  The purpose of this evaluation is to determine the extent of your alcohol and/or drug problem.  Illinois has four levels of treatment requirements determined by the Uniform Report:  Minimum Risk (10 hours of DUI risk education), Moderate Risk (10 hours of DUI risk education and 12 hours of treatment), Significant Risk (20 hours of treatment and 10 hours of DUI risk education), and High Risk (75 hours of treatment).  The level of treatment required is determined by your test results, BAC score (if any), symptoms of alcohol and/or drug abuse or dependence, and number of DUI arrests.


Our counselors will work with you to get you through your classes as efficiently as possible, while identifying any issue(s) that may have led to the arrest, addressing the problem(s), and resolving any dangerous behavior(s), so that you will be able to lead a healthier, happier and more fulfilling life.  Our goal is to help you successfully complete treatment requirements and to make healthy, educated lifestyle choices that will significantly reduce the chance of another alcohol and/or drug-related arrest.

In addition to your court-ordered alcohol and drug treatment classes, you can expect to be assigned a social worker or probation officer.  We will work closely with your court contact to make sure they are updated on your progress on a monthly basis.  This is important, since you want the judge to know that you have taken responsibility for your arrest and are doing everything asked of you to complete court requirements in a timely manner.

It should be noted that if you have been arrested for DUI with a Naperville  DUI, DuPage County DUI, or Wheaton Aurora, you will be required to complete your alcohol and drug evaluation at the court.  Once you complete the evaluation, let the court know that you would prefer to complete treatment classes at our Naperville DUI School and Counseling Center.