Driver Alcohol Education

Driver Alcohol Education

Driver Alcohol Education (DAE) First DUI (Driving Under the Influence) offenders enter into this program after a 90-minute intake interview. Clients are then expected to complete 16 weekly group sessions, attend 2 self help forums and 1 victim’s forum.

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Multiple Offender Program

Multiple Offender Program

Multiple Offender Program (MOP) Massachusetts requires most people with a second DUI to enroll in a two week in-patient program at Tewksbury Hospital, followed by aftercare. ASAP provides an aftercare service which is usually 20 weekly sessions followed by whatever additional treatment is needed to meet the needs of the individual client.

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Adolescent Programs

Adolescent Programs

Adolescent Programs A program for young people who were driving under the influence and whose blood alcohol content (BAC) was between .02 and .08. It includes many elements of the First Offender Program plus additional focus on issues unique to adolescence.

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Out Of State DUI’s

Out Of State DUI’s

Out of State DUI’s Many out-of-state courts and motor vehicle departments will accept the Massachusetts DAE course to fulfill their requirements for a drunk driving charge. ASAP can provide the service required of most of the remaining states and Canadian provinces. In order to avoid extra client work and unnecessary costs, ASAP requires permission to consult with out-of-state referring...

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Outpatient Gambling Service

Outpatient Gambling Service

Outpatient Gambling Services Clients who are in need of a gambling assessment and treatment plan can self-initiate the process by voluntarily seeking these services at Boston ASAP. The Clinical Director completes an assessment and determines a proper course of treatment. The Clinical Director provides the counseling services necessary. Individual Substance Abuse and Anger Management...

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