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

Anyone who is being charged with a DUI or DWI in the state of North Carolina will often have to attend some type of alcohol and drug safety action program. Typically, these types of programs are state-wide and does help ensure that the offender does not continue to drive drunk. Most repeat offenders will be sent to jail, but this is all dependent upon the circumstances. Within the state of North Carolina, around 354 people die each year because of drunk driving. The number of adults who can drive in the state who have reported doing so while being intoxicated is around 1.4%. When you choose to drive while impaired, you are not only putting your life at risk but the lives of others around you. The purpose of an alcohol and drug safety action program is to essentially rehabilitate the person. This is done through prevention, education, treatment, and counseling to help understand and fix the reasons why they are driving while impaired.

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North Carolina Addiction Services by Type of Drug

North Carolina Addiction Services by Type of Drug