What is the Risk Reduction Program? The Risk Reduction Program (RRP) is a program mandated by law for people convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), possession of illegal drugs, underage possession of alcohol while driving a motor vehicle, or Boating under the Influence (BUI).
What is the goal of RRP? The goal of the RRP is to help each person reduce the risk of future health and impairment problems created by alcohol and/or drug use, especially drinking and driving, and to understand and accept the need to make the necessary changes to avoid these problems in the future.
What is involved? After registration and payment, you will have a two step process to complete the RRP. First, you will need to complete the NEEDS Assessment. Last, you will take part and complete the 20-hour Risk Reduction Course. These classes are scheduled in the evening and on weekends every other week. View our course schedule to see upcoming availability.
What is the fee? The state set fee for this course is $360.00 and is due at registration.