New York State Drunk Driver Program (DDP) Phases
There are three phases to the New York State Drunk Driver Program (DDP):
1. The Classroom Education Phase, which lasts for seven weeks. These are 2 to 3 hours per class for a total number of 16 classroom hours.
2. The Screening Phase, which refers some but not all participants to treatment. There are several factors that will be considered in whether or not a person is referred for screening. During the screening phase you may be asked to have an evaluation.
3. If you are referred to treatment based upon the results of your evaluation then you must attend the treatment.