ADIS (Alcohol & Drug Information School) Programs provide education to first-time Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Minor Consuming offenders, as well as those convicted of other alcohol/drug related offenses. The goal of the ADIS program is to reduce the subsequent alcohol and/or other drug related offenses and the associated high risk behaviors. ADIS programs cover the effects of alcohol and other drugs on driving and social behaviors as well as health and legal consequences. Each ADIS program conforms to the same standards and are approved and monitored by Division of BehavioralHealth. These programs are designed to be available to all Alaskans involved in alcohol and/or other drug related offenses.
Assessment Clients are initially assessed for appropriateness for the program. Clients through verbal data collection using DSM-IV and ASAM criteria for Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse. If clients meet the criteria, they are recommended to participate in the program.
Classroom The course consists of 3 classes of 4 hours each day. During this time the clients will explore previously stated areas. They will learn the dangers of high-risk behavior and what they can do to protect themselves in the future.
Component Cost The cost of the program is as follows: Course cost: $150.00 (Eagle River) $200.00 (Kodiak)
Fees must be paid before class. Guardians of minors can call in to make a credit card payment over the phone.
Classes are subject to change.
Contact us today at (907) 694-5550 or fax (907) 694-5570