Alcohol Drug Class is the industry standard for online Minor
in Possession Classes and Minor in Consumption Classes
online. Our programs are ideal for minors who are required to take a class for either
a school, court, or other legal requirement. Classes are aimed to educate minors
about the risks and consequences of alcohol and drug use. We offer 3 high quality,
low cost, and extremely effective Minor in Possession Classes, a Level 1 (8
Hour), Level 2 (16 Hour) and Level 3 (24 Hour)
class. All of our programs are completely internet-based, which means there is nothing
to download, print or wait for in the mail. As soon as you register, the class can
be started immediately. A certificate of completion
is awarded at the end of the course. Progress reports are available.
Use the links in the map or the links on this page to find a Minor in Possession
Class online in your state.
We stand behind all of our products and programs. While many participants take online
alcohol and drug awareness or minor in possession classes for personal or occupational
reasons, others may take them for a court, probation or other legal requirement.
If you are not completely satisfied with the quality and acceptance of our programs
for a court or legal requirement, we will refund your money in full with written
proof of decline. Refund request must be received within 60 days of purchase. Our
classes meet requirements in many states for persons required to complete an Alcohol
or Drug Awareness class due to a citation for minor in possession of alcohol, minor
consumption of alcohol, possession of drugs or paraphernalia. It is your responsibility
to confirm with the judge, DMV, probation, or your attorney as to whether our distance-learning
Alcohol and Drug Awareness program will meet your requirements.
Our Certificate of Completion comes on an official form commonly used by Alcohol
and Drug Awareness and MIP programs. It simply states "Alcohol and Drug Awareness
Program Certificate of Completion" or "Minor in Possession Program Certificate of
Completion". Also included on the certificate is your name, date of birth, case
number (if for court), address, phone number, and number of sessions completed (either
8 or 16). We use the same certificate for all of our programs.