We invite you to schedule an appointment online. See our available times below and pick a time that works best for you.
Tuesday 9:00 AM– 1:00 PM or 1:30 PM– 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM– 1:00 PM or 1:30 PM– 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM– 1:00 PM or 1:30 PM– 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM– 1:00 PM or 1:30 PM– 5:00 PM
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WHAT IS THE RISK REDUCTION PROGRAM?
The Risk Reduction Program (RRP) is an intervention mandated by law for people convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), possession of illegal drugs, underage possession of alcohol while driving a motor vehicle, or Boating Under the Influence (BUI). The goal of the RRP is to help each person reduce the risk of future health and impairment problems created by alcohol and/or drug use, especially drinking and driving, and to understand and accept the need to make the necessary changes to avoid these problems in the future. It has 2 steps:
Step 1: Complete NEEDS Assessment $100.00
Step 2: Take the 20-hour Risk Reduction class. $255.00 Total State set fee for this program is $355.00
REFUND POLICY DOCO Driving School is regulated by the Georgia Department of Driver Services and therefore required to meet the rules and regulations set forth by this agency. All students are required to sign an official class contract and pay all required fees before starting any of our programs. All of the refund criteria are set forth in this document and these refund policies are regulated by the State of Georgia. If you are making a payment online please be aware this is not an official contract until signed in person.
HOW IS THE PROGRAM OPERATED? The Department of Driver Services (DDS) certifies all programs and trains all instructors. Each program uses a standardized assessment tool (the NEEDS Instrument) and standardized curriculum (PRIME for Life). Instructors must complete 40 hours of continuing education every four years. DDS staff monitor programs to make sure they are following the curriculum and operating properly.
The RRP continues to evolve and maintain a state of the art program by: (1) incorporating new research which refines our understanding of alcohol and drug problems, (2) simplifying the program format, and (3) incorporating new legislative changes based on study recommendations.
Our schedule of upcoming classes can be found HERE.
For more information or to sign up, contact us at (229) 420-3590 Tuesday thru Friday from 9AM to 5PM.