Hudson Mohawk Recovery Center, Inc.
Project Save Drinking Driving Program:
- The Drinking Driver Program (DDP), is held in conjunction with
the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles. It is a 7 week educational
program for individuals convicted of drinking and driving or driving
under the influence of other drugs. Enrollment into the program is
done at the Driver Improvement Bureau of the NYS Motor Vehicle
Department in Albany.
- In addition to the classroom sessions, individuals are screened
to determine if a referral for an evaluation of a possible substance
abuse problem is warranted. Referrals are made to agencies/providers
approved by both the New York State DMV and the NYS Office of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.
- There is a $225 fee for the Drinking Driving Program established
by NYS DMV. Participants are required to pay the fee, attend all
classes and follow through with any referrals made in order to
successfully complete the Drinking Driving Program.
Batterers' Intervention Program:
- This is a 52 week, educational program for male perpetrators
of domestic violence. The program curriculum is based on an
individual accepting responsibility for his behavior and to be
accountable in learning alternatives to coercive and controlling
tactics and other abusive behaviors. This is not an anger
management program, as anger management programs imply that the
individual is unable to control his anger/behavior. The program
was developed in conjunction with the NYS Office for the
Prevention of Domestic Violence and local Domestic Violence
programs. Participants in the program are referred by area
Courts, Probation and other legal entities.
- All individuals are required to pay a program fee which is
based on income.
Educate Youth Program:
- This is a 7 week curriculum based education program for
adolescents/young adults who have been involved in an incident
of underage alcohol or other drug use. Typical referrals may
come from the legal system, school or parent/family member. In
addition to the classroom sessions, individuals are screened to
determine if a referral for an evaluation of a possible
substance abuse problem is warranted. Referrals are made to
agencies/providers approved by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and
Substance Abuse Services. Program completion would entail
classroom attendance, payment of fee and the follow through on
any referrals made.
- There is a $100.00 fee for the 7 week educational program.
The fee can be negotiated based on income.