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

Driving while impaired is dangerous, and within the state of Georgia, around 360 people die annually because of impaired driving. An alcohol and drug safety action program will be something that you will have to complete when you have been convicted with a DUI or DWI. These types of programs are often state-wide and are preventative programs to help ensure people who are charged with impaired driving will not return to these problems. Typically, most repeat offenders are individuals who are struggling with alcohol dependency or some type of substance use disorder. The alcohol and drug safety action program can help with treatment, but it addresses the factors which have contributed to your DUI conviction. These types of programs help reduce the number of deaths and injuries and can save lives. When you drive while impaired, you are not only placing your life at risk but the lives of others around you. Within the state of Georgia, around 1.4% of the population who is an adult, and drives, report they do drive after drinking too much.

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Georgia Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Georgia Addiction Services by Type of Drug