Alcohol and Drug Information School
Do you need to attend Alcohol and Drug Information School in the Seattle area? You may need to attend ADIS class as part of a court imposed condition. Alcohol and Drug Information school will help you to make more responsible decisions concerning alcohol and other drug use. Classes are typically 8 hours, and offer you a non-judgement forum for honest and open discusses of drug and alcohol use. You will also learn useful information about the effects of drugs and alcohol, and the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
You may also be required to undergo an alcohol/drug evaluation. This evaluation helps the court determine if you have a substance abuse problem. If it is determined that you have a substance abuse problem, the court may order you to undergo further treatment as part of your DUI case.
Please note that we cannot make a specific program recommendation. However, you may find the following list of Seattle area community treatment providers helpful.
Please contact these treatment centers directly at the phone numbers listed below for more information.
The following agencies offer full Alcohol and Drug evaluation and treatment in the Seattle/King Country Area:
- Lakeside-Milam Recovery
- Associated Behavioral Health
- Recovery Centers of King County
- Women's Recovery Center
- Assessment and Treatment Associates
- Avalon Center
- Washington Recovery Help Line
- New Life Recovery Solutions
- Northwest Recovery Centers
About The Victims Panel
The Seattle King County DUI Victims Panel helps you take responsibility for your actions in a non-judgmental forum. We give you the opportunity to hear the stories of real victims of drunk driving, giving you a new perspective on your DUI case that you may not get elsewhere in the legal system.
Our program is non-judgemental and strictly confidential. We understand that everyone makes mistakes. Rest assured we are not here to judge. We are here to help you understand the potential consequences of DUI before you are involved in a serious accident.
You may have thought that getting a DUI was the worst thing that could have happened, but when you hear the stories of real victims of drunk driving crashes, we hope that you will see your DUI as a life-changing experience that will inspire you to change your life for the better.
It is our hope that listening to the stories of real DUI victims will change your life, and you will never again drink and drive. We are here to help you reconsider the direction that your life is headed, so that you never drink and drive again.