The West Virginia DUI Safety and Treatment Program is offered at Healthy Minds — Clarksburg in conjunction with the West Virginia Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities Division on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles. The program consists of education, intervention, and treatment components.

The purpose of the DUI Safety and Treatment Program is to protect the public and promote safety by reducing the number of repeat DUI offenses by drivers who have successfully completed the program and by providing drivers an opportunity to address problems related to the misuse of alcohol and/or other substances.

It is a mandatory program for license reinstatement after receiving a DUI in West Virginia. It consists of at least 18 hours of evidence-based, DUI educational instruction and an evaluation of the driver’s need for further services following conviction for DUI. Multiple DUI convictions, a higher-than-average BAC, and/or positive or at-risk screening during
the evaluation demonstrates the need for more intensive substance use and/or mental health services.



DUI arrest and conviction information:

  • Level I requires an hour-long class weekly for six (6) weeks.
  • Level II requires completion of Level I classes with the addition of nine (9) hours of clinical treatment.
  • Level III requires completion of Level I classes with the addition of 54 hours of clinical treatment.

(Level is determined by DMV standards and the initial DUI assessment.)



Healthy Minds – Clarksburg
6 Hospital Drive
Clarksburg, WV 26301

1-4 p.m. OR 6-9 p.m.


Healthy Minds – Lewis
37 Elizabeth Drive
Weston, WV 26452

6-9 p.m.


The cost of the educational portion of the program is $440, payable by money order only. The fee includes the initial evaluation, the 18-hour educational program, and exit interview. Once the fee is paid, the individual will be scheduled for the initial evaluation.

To register, call 304-623-5666, Ext. 181343.


Additional treatment can be gained through our Early Recovery Group, individual therapy, or Intensive Outpatient Treatment.

Early Recovery is a related service, which can meet the requirement of Level II.
Intensive Outpatient is a related service, which can meet the requirements of Level III.