Drink Driver Behaviour Change Programs
The Drink Driver Behaviour Change Program is for all first-time drink-drive offenders with a BAC reading below 0.150 gm/100mls.
This is a 6-hour group program run over 2 sessions, one week apart (3 hours per session). Participant handbooks are provided so you don’t need to bring anything with you except ID.
Drink Drive BCP $350 plus a $67 Vic Roads Recovery fee $417
Drink Drive BCP $350 plus a $34 Vic Roads Recovery fee $384
Drug Driver Behaviour Change Programs
The Drug Driver Behaviour Change Program is for all first-time drug drive offenders (who test positive to drugs.).
This is a 6-hour group program run over 2 sessions, one week apart (3 hours per session) Participant handbooks are provided so you don’t need to bring anything with you except ID.
Drug Drive BCP $350 plus a $67 Vic Roads Recovery $417
Drug Drive BCP $350 plus a $34 Vic Roads Recovery $384
Intensive Behaviour Change Programs
The Intensive Drink and Drug Driver Program is for all repeat Drink and /or Drug drivers, first time Drink Drivers with a BAC of 0.150 gm/100mls and above, Refusing to provide a sample and other serious driving offences involving alcohol or drugs.
This is a 10-hour group program run over 3 weeks (3 hours per session) plus a 1 hour individual session. Participant handbooks are provided so you don’t need to bring anything with you except ID.
Intensive BCP $700 plus a $67 Vic Roads Recovery $767
Intensive BCP $700 plus a $34 Vic Roads Recovery $734
Stage 2 Interlock Removal Groups
All Intensive Drink Drivers will also be required to complete a Stage 2 (2 hour) Pre Interlock Removal Program before being able to get their interlocks removed.
Enquiries regarding these programs should be made at least 6 weeks prior to your interlock period ending.
$175 (no Vic Roads Recovery fee required)
Licence Eligibility Order Reports
LEO assessments are used as a base for information gathering to determine whether Drink or Drug Drivers require further assistance for possible problematic use of Drugs and or Substance Dependence.
A Drink or Drug Drive offence can be indicative of an alcohol and drug problem, but this is not always the case. Recommendations and strategies may be discussed to reduce current use if needed and a Report is prepared and sent to Court for the Magistrates consideration.
Assessments typically take 45-60 minutes.
Alcohol Interlock Exemption Application
Drivers who committed a drink driving offence before 1 October 2014 and who have not yet applied for a drivers licence or permit and might have had an interlock condition imposed if they had attended court prior to 1 December 2019 will now be managed by VicRoads and will require a new process to manage their licensing application.
New legislation (Section 50AAAE of the Road Safety Act 1986) requires these drivers to apply for an exemption from the alcohol interlock condition or be relicensed with an alcohol interlock condition (minimum 6-month condition).
Eligible drivers seeking an exemption from the alcohol interlock condition are required to have an alcohol assessment. The assessment will determine their level of alcohol use, dependency and any hazardous drinking problems that would indicate the need for an interlock condition being imposed or an exemption being granted.
If you are going to Court on a Drug and or Alcohol related issue and you need a report speak to us about how we can help.
Cost depends on the type of report required.
Private Drug and Alcohol Counselling
Private Drug and Alcohol Counselling is available upon request. If you are experiencing problems with Drugs and or Alcohol and you want ongoing support or a brief intervention, we are here to help.
$150 per session