Bonfire Behavioral Health’s impaired driver program’s goal is to reduce the number of alcohol- and drug-related vehicle crashes in Stafford County. If you or someone you love has been convicted of a drug- or alcohol-related driving violation, completing an impaired driver program can help people get on the road to recovery. Contact Bonfire Behavioral Health today to learn about this remarkable program by calling 603.617.4815.
Bonfire Behavioral Health Can Help You Navigate the Legal System
Struggling with substance use disorder causes people to act in ways they would otherwise never dream of. A DUI conviction is a major obstacle in New Hampshire; however, with the right guidance, it is possible to move on. If you need help deciphering court documents, understanding employment options, or completing New Hampshire legal requirements, contact one of Dover’s top addiction treatment programs. Our staff at Bonfire Behavioral Health truly cares about the people in our care.
Impaired Driving Counseling and Legal Assistance
Driving or operating a vehicle while the brain is impaired by a psychoactive substance places the community at unnecessary risk. Impaired driving risks the lives of the driver, passengers, nearby motorists, and pedestrians. As most Dover residents know, impaired driving is a crime. Driving while impaired can cause people to lose their lives, their jobs, and their families. The personal and financial consequences of impaired driving are monumental. If you find yourself operating a vehicle while intoxicated, this is an indication of substance use disorder. DUI assistance is available in the following treatment options at Bonfire Behavioral Health:
- Residential addiction treatment center
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
- Outpatient addiction treatment program
- Sober living home
Dover Addiction Treatment and DUI or DWI Assistance
The personal and financial consequences for driving while intoxicated can be devastating. People with substance use disorder are more likely to drive while intoxicated than the rest of the population. It is essential for people to seek treatment at an accredited drug and alcohol treatment center before attempting to have a driver’s license reinstated. Our staff at Bonfire Behavioral Health has years of experience helping people navigate the legal system after having their driver’s license suspended or revoked. The challenges faced by people who have been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs may seem insurmountable. There is no reason to struggle alone; finding the right case management program can help people get their lives back.
What Documentation Do I Need?
Bonfire Behavioral Health is more than a Dover drug rehab center. For assistance regaining your driving privileges, please bring your sentencing order, a copy of your driver’s license, and insurance information if available. We will provide the course materials necessary for your program. If this is your first conviction, try to give us a call within three days of the conviction. You will need to receive a drug screening within 14 days. If you have been convicted of a subsequent, aggravated, or second offense, you will need to schedule an evaluation within 30 days of being released from House of Corrections (HOC). The evaluation needs to be completed within 60 days of release from HOC. You will receive a service plan from HOC that may include treatment, education, and recovery support services.
NH Impaired Driving Conviction? Contact Bonfire Behavioral Health
Whether this is your first offense or you have prior convictions, completing an impaired driver care management program (IDCMP) involves a screening and substance use disorder evaluation. The recovery support services at Bonfire Behavioral Health offer people the tools they need in order to heal. Contact us today by calling 603.617.4815 to speak with an expert about our remarkable staff and treatment options. The rest of your life is waiting.