Thursday, March 21, 2019

Gateway: DUI EVALUATION AND DUI CLASSES

DID YOU KNOW? 
In 2016, 20.7 million people aged 16 or older reported driving under the influence of alcohol and 11.8 million drove under the influence of drugs in the year prior.1 

WHAT CONSTITUTES DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE?
Drivers are legally considered to be under the influence if they have blood-alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or higher, have used any other controlled substance or are impaired by medication.

If an individual’s BAC is below .08 but they show signs of impaired driving, they still might receive a DUI.


DUI TREATMENT AT GATEWAY FOUNDATION
Gateway Foundation offers evaluations, education and treatment options for individuals that have received a DUI. Our DUI education and treatment programs are designed to meet the requirements of the court, probation officers, secretary of state and Illinois employers to ensure each client gets their life back on track. In addition to meeting the standards set forth by these institutions, we aim to help individuals overcome addiction to live a satisfied, healthy life.

We offer treatment based on an individual’s risk classification, which may range from minimal to high. Each client is assessed and a member of our team works with the client to develop a personalized treatment plan appropriate for their circumstances.


About Gateway Foundation
Since 1968 our goal has been straightforward: to help clients get their life back on track and achieve a life of sobriety, free from drug use and symptoms of mental illness, that is productive, socially responsible and healthy. Gateway Foundation is the largest nonprofit treatment provider in the country that specializes in the treatment of substance use disorders, providing treatment for men, women, adolescents and clients diagnosed with co-occurring mental health disorders.

Gateway's professional clinicians help thousands of individuals successfully complete treatment by developing a personalized plan that treats the underlying causes of substance abuse—not just addiction to drugs or alcohol.

 

Call 877.505.HOPE (4673)
to learn more about our treatment programs.
 

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