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Taking a DUI class may be a requirement if you have been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Depending on your state, the offense may also be called DWI (driving while intoxicated), OWI (operating while intoxicated), or OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence). The consequences of a DUI conviction can be severe, and may include license suspension, fines, and even jail time. In the state of Arizona, you lose your driver’s license on the spot.
How do you get back your drivers license after a DUI?
A DUI class can help you to avoid these penalties and is typically required whether you’re a first-time offender, or a second time DUI offender. In some cases, DUI classes may also be recommended for drivers with multiple DUI convictions.
Online classes are more convenient than traditional classroom-based courses, and they are just as effective. The course material is designed to educate drivers about the dangers of drinking and driving, and it covers a wide range of topics such as alcohol abuse, highway safety, and state drunk driving laws. Upon completion of the course, you will have a better understanding of the risks involved in drinking and driving, and you will be better prepared to make safe choices when behind the wheel.
Our DUI classes are between 8 and 56 hours long, depending on several factors or if you are a repeat offender. Still, it’s important to note that our classes are completed at your own pace. That means that you can work on the coursework whenever it is convenient for you, day or night.
If you have questions about the process, we have the answers. We are an MVD-approved DUI class program and are ready to help you.
Get a DUI class recommended based off of your screening.
Screening results submitted to court or MVD as necessary.
Enroll for classes and complete your required class at your own pace.
Certificate of completion is forwarded to you and to the court/MVD (if needed).
Drivers who have received a DUI in Arizona are often required to attend an ADOT-approved DUI school and alcohol classes as set by the court. If in-person courses are all that is offered in your area, being without a driver’s license can complicate an already challenging situation.
When your time and resources are strained, compliance can become more difficult than it needs to be. To address these issues, Cornerstone Healing Center offers DUI screening assessments and alcohol education classes that are completely online.
Our alcohol education program can be taken whenever and wherever is convenient for you, and also provide extra privacy and confidentiality than in-person classes.
If you have received a DUI, the first step to restitution will be an alcohol screening mandated by the MVD. At your screening, a behavioral health professional will interview you to determine what number of class hours you will be required to complete for your case.
We work hand-in-hand with the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division and will provide electronic documentation verifying your completed alcohol screening along with the recommended results. We are also able to sign you up for the recommended courses in one simple phone call.
“After calling around looking for DUI class that work better with our schedule, i found Celia at Cornerstone. I’m grateful she took my call. Thank you for being professional, knowledgeable an very caring person.
Classes are done online in your free time and any questions you my have she will be there to help you.”
The Arizona alcohol DUI screening assessment and alcohol rehab courses that we provide are designed to provide education for those convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or even prescription medication.
Responsible driving, alcohol education, and the latest DUI laws are some of the subjects covered through the courses of DUI class. Learning how to make the best decision, drink responsibly, and monitor risky situations are some of the skills you will learn to keep you moving safely.
A busy life can make it difficult for you to attend your Arizona court-ordered DUI screening or DUI classes in person. With classes online, you choose the schedule and place, never having to leave home. Perhaps your privacy is important to you.
With our online DUI screenings and classes, you can fulfill your obligations on your own schedule and at the pace you prefer. We offer 8-hour, 16-hour, 36-hour, and 56-hour courses, available 24 hours a day. Staffed by professionals and fully accredited, our program is licensed by the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles and the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Clients who attend our courses see their lives return to normal with no added stress of other programs at a pace set by you.
Even if you’re visiting from out of state and you’ve received a DUI in Arizona, we’ve got you covered.