DDP Program/Drinker Driver Program:
Approved by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, to conduct the DDP program.
The DDP program provides 16 hours of classroom education. Attendance in a DDP program is required as part of the New York State DWI mandate.
The 7-week DMV program is offered weekday evenings at 7 PM and Saturday mornings at 9 am.
Out of State DWI’s:
Sancia is OASAS licensed and an approved New York State Drinker Driver Program. Out of state certification is provided for individuals who receive a DWI out of state and are seeking to satisfy the out of state DWI requirements in New York.
Sancia is licensed by the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse services and provides DWI and OASAS Evaluations.
Responding to the increasing demands and changes in the DWI legislation the attorney division has specialized therapists who understand the clinical and legal aspects of representing your client.
Independent assessments, court approved, OASAS licensed, time sensitive, and responsive.
Court and TASC Mandated Evaluation:
Clients arrested for a DWI based on the new laws must be referred to TASC for a screening and then referred to an OASAS licensed facility for a substance abuse evaluation.
The role of Sancia Recovery, Inc. is to determine if your client meets the criteria for treatment or not. If treatment is recommended SRI is a recognized provider of treatment by TASC and the justice system of Westchester County.
DDP Program/ Drinker Driver Program:
Sancia is approved by the DMV to conduct the DDP Program. The DDP Program provides 16 hours of classroom education. Attendance in a DDP Program is required in order for your client to be eligible for a conditional license.
DWI Specific Treatment:
For those clients who meet the criteria for treatment, SRI provides a specialized treatment program for your client. Treatment includes a 14 week treatment/education module.
Forensic Court Evaluations:
A comprehensive chemical dependency evaluation that includes a face to face evaluation, collateral contacts, a variety of screening mechanisms, urine screen and a final written report to the court on behalf of your client.
Screens for 10 drugs of abuse. If you are representing a client and trying to prove that your client has not used or abused drugs recently a urine test will prove this.
Hair Follicle Test:
Screens for 10 drugs of abuse over a past extended period of time. If you are representing a client and trying to prove that your client has not had a prior history of drug abuse, the hair follicle test will prove this.
Random Urine Testing:
Client is called for random urine screens. Results of urine screens and a monthly report are sent on behalf of your client. If you are representing a client and allegations are made that he/she may continue to abuse drugs in the future random urine screens will validate your clients use or non use.
For information please call us anytime at 914-421-0400 to speak with a caring & compassionate staff member.
You may also contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information.