CARE recognizes a component of recovery is for individuals to accept responsibility for their actions while under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs.
In cooperation with the judicial system, CARE integrates individual and group counseling to educate offenders on the effects of substance abuse not only on the individual, but also on the family and society. Some of the programs offered include:
14TH Judicial Circuit DUI Program
Level I and II courses covering the law, effects of substance use on driving ability, and small group discussions addressing decisions and behaviors that contribute to a repeat offense.
Special Supervision Services
Hardship provision that allows individuals with a five or ten year license revocation to apply for a hardship license contingent upon completion of the DUI Program, substance abuse treatment, and refraining from alcohol or other drugs for an established time period.