Comprehensive DUI Rehab Services
ANNOUNCEMENT: DUI Evaluations and Classes offered in person and Telehealth. Please contact us for details.
For individuals mandated by law enforcement or the court system to participate in certified DUI education classes, Livengrin offers a number of convenient services and group sessions.
CRN Evaluation | ASI | Alcohol Highway Safety
Local and regional authorities in Pennsylvania turn to Livengrin to evaluate and educate offenders as they go through the legal system with the goal of helping those drivers avoid continued recidivism. Our Court Reporting Network (CRN) assessment process works within court mandated fee structures to provide efficient and thorough client assessment for court review, in addition to integrated, private and secure, 24/7 access for court officers.
Our DUI school model and credentialed facilitators foster a driver’s understanding of legal and moral responsibility while in a positive, non-judgmental environment. The DUI program elicits drivers’ comprehension and acceptance of their responsibility to stay sober, and provides useful tools for relapse prevention. Attendance at the victims impact panel offers exposure to those whose lives have been forever changed by impaired drivers.
Evaluations are available by appointment with a trained clinician to determine what program will be most helpful to first-time and chronic offenders.
Court Reporting Network (CRN)
The CRN evaluation is required for all DUI offenders in the State of Pennsylvania. The CRN evaluation is a pre-screening tool used to determine if you will be referred for a more comprehensive drug and alcohol assessment. It is also used as a statistical tool for Pennsylvania. Evaluators are certified through the PA DUI Association under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Drug and Alcohol Assessment
A Drug and Alcohol Assessment is required for DUI offenders if the CRN recommends it or it is court ordered. The assessment is a diagnostic tool that is used to determine the appropriate treatment that is required by law.
Alcohol Highway Safety School (AHSS)
AHSS is a 12.5-hour course that is required by law that focuses on how alcohol and controlled substances metabolize and effect decision making, including driving skills. Instructors are certified through the PA DUI Association under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
These educational sessions are designed to help the DUI offender gain insight into their behavior while improving decision making.