DUII clients are required to attend an outpatient treatment program that is DUII/State Certified. The average length of treatment is anywhere from four to six months. Out-of-state residents who receive a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII) in Oregon may be referred to an outpatient DUII services provider located and licensed in their state of residence. Oregon does not accept online programs.
Residents of states that license DUII service providers must complete a program as required for the equivalent charge in their state of residence.
If you choose to begin treatment before you see us, be aware that it is on a voluntary/self-referred basis and may not count towards your court ordered DUII requirements. Be sure and inform your treatment provider that you have an unresolved DUII. Additionally, treatment cannot be transferred from one agency to another without losing all progress and starting over. If you know you will be moving while in treatment, please discuss this with your evaluator during your appointment.