programs

Impaired Drivers and Drug Education Programs

Responsibility. Community. Renewal.


admission procedures

For Connecticut first time offenders, the referrals come directly from the Bail Commissioner. Out-of-State referrals may come directly from the participant, his/her attorney, or the state's court system where the individual was arrested.

payment methods

In-state participants pay a fee directly to the Bail Commissioner's Office. The fee for out-of-state participants is $450.00 for a level one group and $600.00 for a level two group. Fees can be paid by bank check, money order, or by credit card to Connecticut Renaissance.

for more information

Johanna Carrena
Director
Impaired Drivers and Drug Education Program

1120 Main St
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604

E-mail Address: johannac@ctrenaissance.com

Phone: (203) 367-7573
Fax: (203) 367-7576

Connecticut Renaissance is contracted through the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services for the Alcohol Education Program, and we have site locations in Stamford, Norwalk and Bridgeport.

Impaired Drivers Program

Through CT Renaissance's Education Center, we provide education to those individuals who have been arrested for operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or other drugs within the State of Connecticut. This service is also available to those Connecticut drivers who may have been arrested out-of-state and must get their education needs met in order to satisfy the conditions associated with the arrest.

Upon referral each participant is given an initial evaluation by a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. Based on this evaluation each client is then placed into one of the two levels of education. Level One is 15 hours of education in 10 weekly groups that meet once a week for 90 minutes. Level Two is 22.5 hours of education in 15 weekly groups of 90 minutes duration. These groups are educational, interactive and address attitudinal and behavioral changes.

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