DUI/DWI Services

 A DUI (driving under the influence) and a DWI (driving while intoxicated) are both legal charges against a person that has been operating a vehicle while drunk or impaired. The exact differences between DUI and DWI charges vary from state to state. For the state of Maryland, the DWI is considered a lesser charge. However, they are both serious charges as the person is deemed to have put themselves and others in danger while driving. Individuals receiving a DUI or DWI charge are often mandated to participate in educational programs in the aftermath. TIME Organization is a full-service facility offering DUI/DWI educational programs in Baltimore city and Anne Arundel County.

TIME Organization  offers state-approved DUI/DWI educational programs in Baltimore City and Anne Arundel County. Individuals participate in a six-week course, after which they can enroll in additional aftercare services with TIME Organization. In order to avoid delays in treatment, the enrollment for the educational programs is rolling. Individuals can sign up and begin at any time. Additionally, the program only requires two hours every week so clients can continue to work and live their normal lives.

How do DUI and DWI Educational Programs Help?

The state of Maryland mandates that people with DUI and DWI charges participate in educational programs that last a consecutive six weeks. This is to ensure the maximum possibility of retention on the learnings from the program. Individuals will often be unable to renew their licenses until the successful completion of the educational course.

DUI and DWI educational programs teach the offender the consequences of their actions. In the United States, almost 30% of traffic-related deaths are due to drunk driving. A person who gets behind the wheel when they are intoxicated is not making safe, rational decisions. The state enforces educational programs so the individual gets the help they need and don’t endanger others.

The DUI and DWI educational programs also can serve to help an individual understand if they have an addiction. Many of these educational programs lead to participants enrolling in aftercare programs, such as outpatient treatment. These education programs are the first step into taking back control of an out-of-control problem.