Following conviction, all DUI offenders are required to have an alcohol assessment to determine the nature and extent of their alcohol problems. The offender pays for the assessment.
The assessment is conducted most frequently at pre-trial. The court takes the results of the assessment into consideration in final sentencing.
Assessments are conducted by the Behavioral Health Center, licensed by the Department of Health and Human Resources, a private agency subcontracted by the DMV, or the probation office.
Any offender who participates in the ignition interlock program must complete a safety and treatment program.
DUI offenders must successfully complete alcohol/drug education or alcohol/drug treatment in order to reinstate their driver’s licenses.
Offenders failing to comply with the terms of their program are not eligible for license reinstatement and may be returned to the court for further action.
West Virginia has a dedicated detention and treatment facility that targets the hardcore drunk driver. Pinecrest Hospital is for felony DUI offenders with 3 or more DUI convictions. It is a prison hospital that provides alcohol treatment.
lawyer in your area that concentrates on DUI / DWI defense.Completing an alcohol program may not satisfy the DMV. That is just one reason why it is critical that you consult with a
|United Summit Center||6 Hospital Plaza,
Clarksburg, WV 26301
|Valley HealthCare System||28 Oakwood Rd,
Fairmont, WV 26554
|Prestera Center for MH Services Inc||1420 Washington Ave,
Huntington, WV 25704
|Valley Healthcare System||301 Scott Ave,
Morgantown, WV 26505
|Prestera Center for MH Services Inc||715 Main St,
Point Pleasant, WV 25550
|Potomac Highlands MH Guild Inc||850 North High St,
Romney, WV 26757
|United Summit Center||602 Main St,
Sutton, WV 26601
|This list is provided for convenience and informational purposes only. We do not recommend or endorse any specific DUI / DWI school listed.|
speak to a lawyer who is skilled in defending drunk