PROGRAMS & SERVICES
We are aware that one size does not fit all. That’s why we offer a variety of treatments and self-help classes.
- Wet Reckless, First Offender, Second Offender, Multiple and Third Offender Programs
- Classes in English, Spanish, Russian and Armenian
- Classes offered 7 days a week
- Visa, Mastercard, Discover accepted
- Same day enrollment, No Appointment Necessary
- Electronic notifications to DMV
- Pre-conviction enrollment available
- ‘Get A Life’ self help class
- Support material for balanced/substance free living available
Right on Programs is licensed by the California Department of Health Care Services, contracted by Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and a DMV approved provider since 1978. We provide DUI treatment for individuals convicted of a wet-reckless, first, second or third offense of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs.
WET RECKLESS (SB1176): Individuals convicted of a "wet-reckless" DUI offense must complete 12 hours of alcohol and drug education.
3 MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (AB541): Individuals age 21 and older convicted of a first DUI offense must complete 32 hours, consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
6-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (AB762): As ordered by the court and as a condition of probation, individuals age 21 and older convicted of a first DUI offense with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.20% or greater, must complete a minimum 45 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
9-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (AB1353): As a condition of probation, individuals age 21 and older convicted of a first DUI offense with a blood alcohol level of .020 or greater, may be required by the court to complete a 62.25-hour, 9-month treatment program consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
12-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (SB38): Individuals age 21 and older whose conviction date was prior to 1990 must complete 72 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
18-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (SB38/SB1344): Individuals age 21 and older whose conviction date was 1990 or later must complete 78 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
30-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (SB1365): Individuals age 21 and older convicted of a third or more DUI offense may be ordered to complete 158 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling. The individual must also complete a compendium of evidence for the Court that they have effectively made changes that demonstrate measurable improvement of living and behaving responsibly.
ANGER MANAGEMENT: We are Certified to provide court ordered Anger Management groups and classes.
DRUG DIVERSION (PC 1000-DEJ): First time offenders and those charged with basic drug charges are usually eligible for a drug diversion program.
Eligible participants will be afforded the opportunity to be "diverted" out of the criminal court system into an alcohol and drug treatment program. Deferred Entry of Judgment ("DEJ") consists but is not limited to following groups: substance abuse education, self-awareness, health and wellness, and relapse prevention. The best part about P.C. 1000 is that If you successfully complete the program you will be permitted to withdraw your guilty plea, the court will then dismiss the case. This means that you will not have a conviction on your record. If you are ever asked whether you have been convicted of a crime you can honestly answer "No".
OUTPATIENT SERVICES: Right On Programs provides individual and group sessions as part of a client’s experience while in Outpatient Treatment. The number of individual and/or group sessions is based on information received during the initial intake and assessment, and depends on each client’s personal history and experience, including mental health, legal, and social issues.
Provide clients and their counselor/therapist an opportunity to work on issues identified in a client’s recovery or treatment plan
Address trauma, emotional or physical isolation, family dynamics, and self-esteem issues
Periodically include family and loved ones to address healthy boundaries and communication skills
Provide crisis intervention as deemed necessary
Provide face-to-face contact whereby one or more therapists/counselors facilitate solution-focused and interactive discussion between two or more clients
Focuses on the here-and-now needs of each client
Include psycho-education related to the recovery process, i.e. developing healthy coping skills, practicing mindfulness, and learning stress and anger management techniques
We also work collaboratively with professionals who provide services to clients with mental health and substance use disorders. We are mindful that pending legal matters or DMV driving privilege suspensions could act as triggers, imposing stress and potentially harmful consequences such as relapse.Therefore, we developed an integrated approach to work with other professionals in assisting clients to achieve set goals.