If you are assigned to an ADETS class as a result of your DWI assessment, you must complete 16 hours of alcohol, drug, & DWI education. This can only be provided by programs that are licensed to provide ADETS. The cost of ADETS is $160, which is set bylaw in the state of NC.
Mondays from 6pm-9pm
Other sessions pending based on demand and client availabilty*
*Let us know and we will do our best to work with your schedule
**If paying at group time, please arrive 15 minutes early to allow time to process payment. All fees must be paid before your completion notice is sent to the Department of Motor Vehicles .
Level Two: Short-Term Treatment Program
As the result of your substance abuse assessment, you might be required to complete a Short-term Substance Abuse Treatment Program. You would be placed in this program in accordance with guidelines issued by the N.C. Department of Human Services, which regulates DWI assessments and treatment. All programs, whether private or public, must provide a minimum of 20 contact hours of treatment over a minimum of 30 days .
The Better Communities short-term program consists of a Program Orientation and seven 3-hour group counseling sessions spread out over no less than 30 days. We will assist you in arranging a schedule that works best for you. You must complete the required number of hours in no less than 30 days.If you are on a payment plan, no completion letters or certificates will be issued until your fees are paid in full.
Level Three: Intermediate Level -Longer Term Treatment Program
As the result of your substance abuse assessment, you could be referred to an Intermediate-term Substance Abuse Treatment Program. You would be placed in this program in accordance with guidelines issued by the N.C. Department of Human Resources, which regulates DWI assessments and treatment. Level III consists of a Program Orientation and 14 3 -hour sessions and an individual closing session, spread out over at least 60 days . We will assist you in arranging a schedule that works best for you. NC DWI law states you must complete the required number of hours in no less than 60 days.
If money is tight at this time, you can work out a payment plan and get your treatment hours out of the way. Payment can be made by cash, credit card or money order.
Level 4: Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program
90-hour Program, completed in no less than 90 days.
Phone: 919 844-7755
Toll Free: 1-800-420-8301