Twin Palms Best DUI Programs offers a series of County, State, and DMV-approved programs for individuals convicted on Driving Under the Influence. These classes promote behavioral change through methods including listening exercises, informative lectures, group discussion focused on the implementation of change, and the understanding of implications surrounding new behaviors.
We are licensed by the State of California department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, and approved by the County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services Alcohol and Drug Program Administration to provide all levels of DUI programs.
DUI Programs offered include:
12 Hour “Wet Reckless Program” (SB1176)
This program requires attendance at an orientation session, an individual registration interview, eight educational classes, and one final face-to-face interview. This program is designed for people who are stopped for reckless driving and the blood alcohol is measurable but less than .08.
12-Week First Offender Program (AB541 )
This program requires attendance at an orientation session, a registration interview, eight educational classes, 12 group sessions, six self-help groups, an individual half-hour interview mid-session, and an individual half-hour interview at program end.
6–Month First Offender Program (AB762 )
This program is designed for offenders who are stopped with Blood Alcohol Levels of 2.0 or higher. It is similar to the 12-Week First Offender Program, but requiring more group sessions and a greater number of face-to-face interviews.
18-Month Multiple Offender Program (SB38/SB1344 )
This program requires attendance at an orientation session, a registration interview, eight education classes, 35 group sessions, 26 fifteen-minute face-to-face interviews, and 26 self-help group sessions, all within the first 12 months. The remaining six months consist of three monitoring groups and three half hour, face to face interviews.
30-Month Thirty-Thirty Program (SB1365)
This program requires an orientation session and registration interview, 78 half-hour face-to-face interviews, 78 group sessions, 208 self-help groups, and 120 hours of community service. Interviews are held weekly for the first six months, and bi-weekly for the last 24 months. Group sessions are weekly for the first six months, and bi-weekly for the next 12 months.