Affordable Groups

We provide affordable groups at $25.00 to reduce the stress of the high cost from court obligations. Discounts if paid in full.

Questions to help know what you should do next after a DUI

We offer all classes that will be required for a DUI charges. Did you receive a DUI in Colorado? Did you blow over a .05? If so, then you will be required to complete a Level II Education group. If you blew over a .120, then it is likely that you will need Level II Therapy.​​​​ Set up in Level II today to help your case for court and learn tools and skills to prevent future problems. 

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CDOT is Providing Technology to Eliminate Drunk Driving

By Amy de Held

April 7, 2018


With the goal of reducing the number of DUI-related fatalities and offenses in Colorado, CDOT has teamed with BACtrack to promote responsible drinking habits and the use of personal breathalyzers. BACtrack aims to help people monitor their blood alcohol content (BAC) to make informed and responsible decisions when it comes to driving.

The legal BAC limits for driving in Colorado include 0.05 for driving while ability impaired (DWAI) and 0.08 for driving under the influence (DUI). We aim to help Coloradans understand these limits, and the consequences of driving while impaired by alcohol.

Most Coloradans (73 percent) report feeling comfortable driving after having one or two drinks in a two-hour period*. While this is the social norm, alcohol affects everyone differently, and your BAC can be affected by a variety of factors—such as how much you've had to eat, how much you weigh, gender and your individual physiology.

*2016 CDOT Mail Survey about Driving Behaviors 


Setting up an appointment is easy. Call to set up for our group intake on scheduled days of the week. Clients must complete an intake prior to attending group. Once you are enrolled in the program, if eligible, you can get your license back with documentation from the agency. See our services page for more information on intake times.


 MADD is Mother’s Against Drunk Driving and was created on September 5, 1980. Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD)  was created “To aid the victims of crimes performed by individuals driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, to aid the families of such victims and to increase public awareness of the problem of drinking and drugged driving." 

Many people who have been charged with a DUI/DWAI will be required to complete a MADD panel/victim impact panel. The panel is two hours and the cost of 50.00 (money order only or pay online). To see the schedule in your area, please click the link below.​

No is a website that was developed by the Persistent Drunk Driver (PDD) Committee. The PDD Committee was established as part of the Persistent Drunk Driver Act of 1998 and is comprised of the Colorado Department of Human Services, State Judicial Branch, Department of Transportation and Department of Revenue. The website is intended to provide Coloradans with information to help prevent impaired driving, understanding what to do when you get a DUI, resources to help someone with understanding the requirements of the court and the DMV, as well as explain Colorado laws and administrative processes regarding impaired driving.

What's Next Counseling

Many people in the world of addiction look within themselves to find guidance. You may not know if your drug or alcohol use is a problem, but we are here to help you discover what step is next in your life. We will work towards guiding people through the start of their journey to a path of maintenance in their recovery and/or prevent recidivism. Recovery like any major change takes time, but with What’s Next Counseling we will help guide people through what the next stage of change they will need to make to be successful in all areas of their life. 


To receive more information about the license reinstatement process with the Department of Motor Vehicle,  check out the Department of Motor Vehicle’s website here.

Interlock Requirements

Colorado Law will require the installation and use of ignition interlock systems for most people convicted of DUI.  An ignition interlock is a device which requires the vehicle's driver to provide breath samples when the vehicle is started, and then, at random intervals while driving.  The interlock will prevent the vehicle from starting if it detects alcohol in excess of a setpoint  value or will work the vehicle's horn and lights to alert police if the setpoint is passed will the car is running.  Persons subject to the interlock are issued a  "restricted license," i.e., a license that reflects that they may only drive vehicles with an interlock installed.  During the period of the restricted driving, the Colorado DMV will monitor reports from the interlock provider to determine whether the restricted driver has been "locked out" or whether circumvention has been attempted.   Where three lockouts occur within any of twelve consecutive month, DMV may extend the interlock requirment.  Where circumvention occurs the interlock restricted driver will have his or her license revoked and may be subject to criminal prosecution.

Effective January 1, 2014,interlocks laws have significantly changed the previous law involving alcohol violations, Persistent Drunk Drivers (PDD) and the Ignition Interlock program.  Those changes include:  

  • The reduction of the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) on a chemical test from 0.17 to 0.15 to designate the driver as a Persistent Drunk Driver.  
  • The refusal of a chemical test at a traffic stop on or after January 1, 2014, will now result in a Persistent Drunk Driver designation.  
  • If a driver refused a chemical test prior to January 1, 2014, and was previously ineligible to reinstate early with Interlock, they may now either finish serving the remainder of their revocation and reinstate with full driving privileges, or serve at least two months and apply for early reinstatement with Interlock for one year.  They are not eligible for Financial Assistance in this case.   
  • If a driver has multiple alcohol violations or refusals on their record, the wait time for early reinstatement with Interlock has been reduced to one or two months, respectively. 

​Colorado has contracted with the following Ignition Interlock providers:


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Smart Start, Inc.


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