Driver Intervention Services

THE CRBHS COMMITMENT 

Our 72-Hour Driver Intervention Programs (DIP) is a residential program for OVI offenders administered by Cedar Ridge Behavioral Health Solutions, LLC (CRBHS).  This program educates individuals abou the phsyical, psychological and social effects of alcohol and drug use and is designed to reduce the risk of future alcohol and drug abuse arrests.  Our program is certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services. 

CEDAR RIDGE VISION

The 72-Hour Driver Intervention Program gives individuals an opportunity to examine thinking and behavioral patterns that led to their OVI arrest.  It provides participants with the knowledge they need to make healthy choices in the future and with information on alcohol and drug abuse through lectures, videos, class work and group discussions.  

COST

The cost of the program is $350.00, which includes lodging (at a hotel), programming, and meals.  Cash and credit cards are accepted.  Payment must be received at least one week prior to the program unless other arrangements have been made. 

FAQs  

How do I sign up for the course? 

Contact any CRBHS office by calling 855-692-7247.  

Is this operated in a jail?

NO, this program is an alternative to jail.  The program is facilitated at a local hotel (Baymont Inn & Suites in Guernsey County and Quality Inn & Suites in Muskingum County).  As such, participants are required to remain on the premises for the entire 72-hours./

Where do you offer the Driver Intervention Program? 

Our Driver Intervention Program is offered monthly in Guernsey County (Cambridge Ohio)./

Do I have to share a room?

Private rooms may be available for an additional cost.  Please make requests at time of booking./

Are laptops and cellphones permitted?

Yes, laptops and cell phones are permitted but must remain in hotel rooms and only be used during breaks./

CURRICULUM

Check-in for the program is at 6:30pm on Thursdays.  Individuals who arrive late will not be allowed to attend.  The program concludes on Sundays at 6:30pm.  Each day begins with a 7:00am wake-up with the program beginning at 9:00am.  Participants must be drug and alcohol free to attend the program./