Colorado DUI Classes & More

Licensed DUI Classes in Colorado

BI Incorporated is licensed by Colorado’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division and the state Department of Human Services to provide Level II Alcohol Drug Education (DUI Classes) and Therapy programs.

To sign up for any of these BI classes, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.
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Level 2 Drug & Alcohol Education and Therapy Classes

 


Level 2 DUI Education

This state-certified class meets court requirements for DUI offenses. This 12-week class increases attendees’ awareness about the negative effects of substance abuse. DUI classes meet once a week for two hours. Discussions focus on addressing the risks and problems related to the use of drugs and alcohol, how to best mitigate those risks, and the difference between addiction and abuse. Attendees participate in comprehensive discussions about the medical aspects of drugs and alcohol, legal implications of usage, signs of addiction, social impacts of drug and alcohol abuse on family and friends, and other topics.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this DUI class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Track A: Level 2 DUI Therapy

Track A is a 21-week course designed for first-time DUI offenders arrested with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) between .120 and .169. DUI classes meet once a week for two hours. Discussions address issues specific to substance abuse and are held in a supportive setting. Topics covered include an insightful look into the process of addiction and recovery, an examination of family and social relationships and their relation to substance abuse, conversations about communication skills and personal responsibility, and discussions on establishing supportive relationships with peers.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this DUI class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Track B: Level 2 DUI Therapy

Track B is a 26-week course designed for individuals with one DUI offense involving a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .170 or above. DUI classes meet once a week for two hours. Topics covered include an insightful look into the process of addiction and recovery, an examination of family and social relationships and their relation to substance abuse, conversations about communication skills and personal responsibility, and discussions on establishing supportive relationships with peers.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this DUI class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Track C: Level 2 DUI Therapy

Level C is a 34-week course designed for individuals with a second or subsequent DUI offense when the driver’s Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) was between .05 and .169. DUI classes meet once a week for two hours. Topics covered include an insightful look into the process of addiction and recovery, an examination of family and social relationships and their relation to substance abuse, conversations about communication skills and personal responsibility, and discussions on establishing supportive relationships with peers.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this DUI class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Track D: Level 2 DUI Therapy

Track D is a 43-week course designed for individuals with a second or subsequent DUI offense when the driver’s Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) was .170 or higher. These DUI classes meet once a week for two hours. Some of the topics include an insightful look into the process of addiction and recovery, an examination of family and social relationships and their relation to substance abuse, conversations about communication skills and personal responsibility, and discussions on establishing supportive relationships with peers.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

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Additional BI Treatment & Training Classes

To learn more about, or to sign up for, any of the following BI classes, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.


Outpatient Substance Abuse Education/Treatment

This state-certified 24-week course specifically addresses substance abuse and the behaviors surrounding it, as well as the recovery process. Class meets once a week for 2 hours. Many of the topics covered in Drug and Alcohol Therapy are also covered in this course, but in a more intensive manner. Topics include the process of addiction and recovery, emotion management, personal responsibility, communication, and family and peer support.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Enhanced Outpatient Treatment

The Enhanced Outpatient Treatment class lasts 20 weeks. Participants meet twice a week, with each class lasting two hours. Depending on the needs of the individual, additional hours may be required. Topics covered include the process of addiction and recovery, emotion management, personal responsibility, communication, and family and peer support.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

The most intensive outpatient treatment offered by BI, this course meets for six weeks, three times a week for three hours per class. It is an exhaustive course covering every aspect of substance abuse education and treatment. The program covers substance abuse education, treatment, cognitive training and the process of changing behaviors, and family and peer support systems.
This class is currently offered at our Northglenn location. To sign up for this class, contact the Northglenn BI office for class times and cost.

Relapse Prevention

Establishing and maintaining sobriety is a difficult task. This class seeks to help those at risk of relapse by identifying early warning signs of a relapse and encouraging positive alternatives. Each class in this 14-week course is 2 hours and examines different issues surrounding relapse, from recognizing the signs of a relapse to learning ways to combat them. Attendees learn they are not powerless over habitual patterns and impulsive decisions, but can rather learn effective ways to cope with the stressors that lead to a relapse. This course uses the Relapse Prevention model, which enables attendees to identify the strengths and weaknesses surrounding their addiction and thus make better decisions moving forward. Class-goers develop a personal relapse plan to cope with their addiction.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Anger Management

Anger Management is a 24-week course. Participants meet once a week for 1.5 hours. The root of many criminal acts lies in an individual’s inability or difficulty in expressing themselves without using aggression or violence. This course helps individuals learn to solve their problems in a constructive, positive ways and to avoid future criminal behavior. This program is for both adults and juveniles with a history of anger and impulse control problems. Instructors provide the tools needed to help attendees handle their anger and frustration appropriately. Other goals include stress management, understanding what causes anger and aggression, communication skills and relationship development.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Cognitive Treatment (Moral Reconation Therapy®)

BI’s cognitive treatment class lasts from 26 to 36 weeks, depending on the participant’s performance and progress through multiple steps. Class meets once a week for 1.5 hours. The class focuses on developing positive self-image and identity among attendees. Instructors use Moral Reconation Therapy, a highly researched and extensively used program in correctional and treatment settings. MRT is proven to be most effective in helping individuals improve socially, morally and behaviorally through growth in values, goal-making and motivation. Classes help students address the thoughts and behaviors that lead to crime and encourage the redirection of those thoughts and behaviors toward positive actions.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Frisco, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Aftercare

The BI Aftercare course is free for individuals who have completed Short-Term Intensive Residential Treatment (STIRRT). STIRRT is a community-based program with a multi-level approach to treatment for individuals who have failed to maintain abstinence while on probation or parole. The Aftercare course lasts for 39 weeks. Class meets once a week for two hours. Effective Aftercare is a key component of maintaining a healthy, productive and meaningful lifestyle. This course focuses on several key areas in Aftercare, including family and community support, relapse prevention, decision making and education and vocational success.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety is an evidence-based, present-focused counseling model designed to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. It directly addresses both trauma and addiction, but without requiring clients to delve into the trauma narrative (the detailed account of disturbing memories), thus making it relevant to a very broad range of clients. Seeking Safety focuses on coping skills and psycho education.
This class is currently offered at our Denver and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

Thinking for Change (T4C)

Thinking for a Change (T4C) is an integrated, cognitive behavioral change program for offenders that includes cognitive restructuring, social skills development, and development of problem solving skills. Designed for delivery to small groups in 25 lessons, the T4C program can be expanded to meet the needs of specific participant groups. Members of prisons, jails, community corrections, probation, and parole supervision settings can all use the T4C program. Participants can include adults and juveniles, males and females. Correctional agencies can consider Thinking for a Change as one option in a continuum of interventions to address the cognitive, social, and emotional needs of their offender populations.
This class is currently offered at our Aurora, Denver, Lakewood and Northglenn locations. To sign up for this class, contact the BI office near you for class times and cost.

BI Incorporated offers treatment, training, and DUI classes at the following Colorado locations: Aurora (80011), Denver (80204), Lakewood (80214), Northglenn (80233), Greeley (80631), Eagle (81631), Frisco (80443), Glenwood Springs (81601), and Rifle (81650).

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