Our 12 or 26 week DUI and DWI classes are approved by the State of Maryland for all Maryland counties – DUI and alcohol use disorder training not just near you but in the privacy of your own home.

Convenient, state-approved, private and secure, from an institution you can trust – the Resource Group.

We’ve been around for 40 years helping people meet their DUI training requirements.

We can get you into our DUI program asap – it’s a rolling registration so you can start almost immediately.

Frequently Asked Questions

A DUI/Early Intervention Class is a program designed to educate individuals who have been convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) or who are at risk of such behavior. It aims to provide participants with knowledge and skills to prevent future incidents and make safer choices regarding alcohol and driving.

Yes, our program is certified by the State of Maryland and meets the requirements of the program. However, this is not legal advice and you should talk to your lawyer to understand the requirements of your DUI.

Yes. However, upon completion of your hours through our program please note that you will receive a letter indicating the number of hours you took, as opposed to a certificate of completion. Please check with your lawyer to ensure that you meet the requirements of the judgement.

Individuals who have been convicted of DUI offenses or who have been identified as at risk of DUI may be required by court order or mandated by state law to attend these classes. Additionally, some individuals may choose to attend voluntarily for personal growth or to address alcohol-related issues.

Topics typically include the effects of alcohol on the body and mind, the legal and social consequences of DUI, understanding and managing alcohol use, making responsible choices, risk reduction strategies, and developing coping skills to avoid relapse. Please see below for our curriculum.

Our classes are either 12 or 26 hours, total. Classes meet one hour a week so the total duration for each is 12 weeks or 26 weeks.

Attending the class is typically a requirement for fulfilling legal obligations or obtaining a reduced sentence. However, it does not automatically expunge or remove the DUI conviction from your record. Each jurisdiction has its own laws regarding record expungement or sealing – please talk to a lawyer regarding anything associated with legal matters. Nothing in this FAQ should be interpreted or construed as legal advice in any manner.

Generally, the information disclosed during the class is kept confidential within the boundaries of the program. However, there may be exceptions in cases where disclosure is required by law or if there are concerns about imminent harm to oneself or others.

Missing a session may result in consequences such as extending the duration of the program or being required to attend additional sessions. It’s essential to communicate any unavoidable absences with the program facilitators and follow their instructions for making up missed sessions, if possible. You should also contact anyone other than the instructor associated wit your case, for example your lawyer or probation officer.

If you complete the entire course with the Resource Group then, yes, upon successful completion of the program, participants typically receive a certificate of completion. This certificate may be required to fulfill legal obligations, such as demonstrating compliance with court orders or probationary requirements. If you have transferred credits from another program, you will receive a certificate of attendance indicating the amount of class hours completed with us.

The Resource Group offers follow-up support or referrals to additional services such as counseling, support groups, or substance abuse treatment programs. Taking advantage of these resources can be beneficial for maintaining sobriety and making positive lifestyle changes. Please talk to your instructor or contact us if you would like more information.

Our DUI Education & Early Intervention Curriculum


The Disease of Substance Use Disorders

Neurobiology of Addiction

Alcohol, Drugs, and the Body

The Scope of the Drinking Driver Problem

Drinking Driver Patterns and Characteristics

Impairment of Marijuana and Other Drugs

Stages of Change

Substance Use and the Family

Co-occurring Disorders

Vulnerability Factors for Use

Treatment Resources/Game/Quiz

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