DUI Services

The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center is committed to helping you address your DUI. Our DUI Services are fully licensed by the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Alcoholism and Substance.

We serve indigent DUI offenders, and have payment plans for those who do not qualify as indigent. Our goal is to educate and prevent future DUI incidents, and halt the progression of addiction.

DUI EVALUATION

The DUI evaluation is an initial screening to obtain significant and relevant information from a DUI offender about the nature and extent of the use of alcohol or other drugs in order to:

  1. Identify the offender’s risk to public safety for the circuit court of venue or the Office of the Secretary of State.
  2. Recommend an initial intervention to the DUI offender and to the circuit court of venue or the Office of the Secretary of State.

Minimal Risk: 10 hours of DUI Risk Education.

Moderate Risk: 10 hours of DUI Risk Education and a minimum of 12 hours of early intervention provided over a minimum of four weeks with no more than three hours per day in any seven consecutive days. subsequent completion of any and all necessary treatment, and, after discharge, active ongoing participation in all activities specified in the continuing care plan, if so recommended, following completion of the early intervention.

Significant Risk: 10 hours of DUI Risk Education and a minimum of 20 hours of substance abuse treatment and, after discharge, active ongoing participation in all activities specified in the continuing care plan.

High Risk: a minimum of 75 hours of substance abuse treatment and, after discharge, active ongoing participation in all activities specified in the continuing care plan.

The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center is at 825 N. Christiana Ave., Chicago.
Monday — Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
(312) 667-2246