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Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Programs for DUI/DWI Offenders in Connecticut

Impaired driving can be a problem for many people who live in the state of Connecticut. Alcohol and drug safety action programs help prevent impaired driving and re-educate people who have been charged with a DUI or DWI. After your conviction, you will often have a certain amount of time to enroll in some type of alcohol and drug safety action program. These types of programs are usually state-wide and will focus on the issues that cause the person to drive while impaired and help them prevent this problem from occurring again. Alcohol and drug safety action programs have proven to lessen the number of impaired driving problems and reduce injury and death. On average within the state, there are roughly 100 deaths annually because of impaired driving. Drunk or drugged driving is dangerous and will place your life at risk, and the lives of others. In many cases, the people who are charged with impaired driving will often be struggling with a substance use disorder, or alcohol dependency, which will require treatment.

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Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Connecticut Addiction Services by Type of Drug