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Mobile Friendly is a national leading provider of Alcohol Awareness Classes, Drug Awareness Education Courses, DUI* (please get prior approval to take classes online for DUI requirements before enrolling) and Minor in possession classes and is available in Addison County - Vermont. Our classes are an effective and convenient way to complete a Addison County - Vermont Alcohol, Drug, or DUI* Awareness class without missing time away from work, family or other commitments. *Please check with your local court, probation and/or DMV to ensure an online class will be acceptable for your specific requirements.

Superior Alcohol Awareness classes, Drug Education, MIP and DUI* classes in Addison County - Vermont

We offer several exceptional programs. A Level 1, 8 Hour Class, Level 2, 12 or 16 Hour program, a 24 Hour, Level 3 Alcohol, drug, MIP or DUI* Awareness Class for Addison County - Vermont. Free Certificate of Completion shipped to your doorstep! Our courses are ideal for court ordered requirements, probation, employer, legal or self-growth. Certificate of completion awarded, free!

Unbeatable Customer Service for Addison County - Vermont

We stand behind our brand and offer the best customer service in the industry. We also guarantee the acceptance of any of our classes, so there is no risk in signing up. Need to speak with someone live. Try calling our office anytime M-F 9am-7pm or email us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Most weekly requirements can be taken in hours. So, for example, if you have a 12 week class, we would recommend taking our 12 hour program.

Available Drug & Alcohol Awareness Classes

Program Price
8 Hour Level 1 Drug/Alcohol Class $175.00 Register For 8 Hour Level 1 Drug/Alcohol Class
12 Hour Level 2 Drug/Alcohol Class $195.00 Register For 12 Hour Level 2 Drug/Alcohol Class
16 Hour Level 2 Drug/Alcohol Class $275.00 Register For 16 Hour Level 2 Drug/Alcohol Class
20 Hour Level 2 Drug/Alcohol Class $295.00 Register For 20 Hour Level 2 Drug/Alcohol Class
24 Hour Level 3 Drug/Alcohol Class $325.00 Register For 24 Hour Level 3 Drug/Alcohol Class
32 Hour Level 3 Drug/Alcohol Class $375.00 Register For 32 Hour Level 3 Drug/Alcohol Class

Some Interesting Statistics for our Addison County - Vermont Alcohol, Drug, DUI* Awareness

Did you know that alcoholism is a highly preventable and deadly disease? It is one of the top 3 causes of death in our country each year. Alcoholism causes 500 million lost workdays each year. Alcoholism over many years is incredibly harmful to your health. One seriously harmful side effect from long-term abuse is that it leads to liver disease. In 2009, over 15,000 deaths were reported due to liver disease as a result of alcoholism.

What are the statistics on alcohol and drug addiction among teenagers and college aged students?

Alcohol and Drug use is a serious problem in High Schools and College Campuses throughout the country. Numbers show that 72% of our teenagers have tried alcoholic beverages before graduating from high school.

According to the Core Institute, 73% of college-aged students drink at least intermittently. In 2010, one in four young adults, ages 18-34 drank four or more alcoholic beverages in the span of a few hours. This is what is known as Binge Drinking and is highly dangerous.

Often people associate alcohol abuse with uneducated, blue collar workers. However, the statistics show that the higher the level of the education, the higher the level of alcohol consumption. Individuals who have accomplished a high school education or less, 36.8% {were current drinkers in 2010. However, college graduates ranked in at 69.1% of current drinkers during that time period.

What Does Drug Abuse In America look like?

About 12.8 million Americans aged 12 and older, use illegal drugs. Government statistics show that drug overdoses resulting in death, as recently as 2009, were more than car fatalities. Reliance on prescription drugs has dramatically increased over the years as more potent and highly addictive medications have been introduced into the marketplace.

Drug use during adolescence is linked to poor academic performance, depression and violence. Increasing prescription drug use and addiction is a growing trend among students on college campuses. Often students will use these easily accessible drugs to help with concentration when taking tests or to alleviate social shyness. Prescription drugs are often used to increase energy levels when playing sports.

Do the statistics change depending on where in the country I live?

Yes. Based on 2010 information on people 12 and older from the National Survey on Drug Use, illicit drug use was 11% in the West, 9.4% in the Northeast, 8.2% in the Midwest and 7.8% in the South.

The rate of past month alcohol use was 57.8% in the Northeast, 54.7% in the Midwest, 51% in the West, and 47.5% in the South.

Generally, small rural areas have higher rates of alcohol abuse.

How can I help avert myself from becoming one of these statistics in Addison County - Vermont ?

Taking our online courses is an excellent way to educate yourself (or a family member) and to begin your path to recovery. The courses teach life skills to help those struggling with an addiction. They are also highly informative for teaching the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. Students will gain knowledge of the health and social risks of becoming involved with drugs and alcohol and will be primed with information to help avoid caving in to the influence of friends.

What will I learn from your alcohol awareness, DUI, drug education or MIP/MIC classes online for Addison County - Vermont

These classes will enlighten you to the dangers of drug and alcohol addiction. For teenagers, they are especially beneficial because young adults often feel like they are indestructible. The classes will discuss the short and long-term effects on you physically, on those around you and the subsequent accidents and potential perils that can result from your careless behavior.

The most current expertise and tips to overcome the habit are available in these online courses. A major aspect of overcoming abuse, namely stress management, will be reviewed. Most importantly, individuals will learn gain insight on the most successful methods to maintain sobriety.

Online classes sound convenient, but what if I'm not computer savvy?

Our classes are not difficult to navigate. You just read through the page and then click on the mouse to scroll through the course. When you come upon a quiz, point and click on the correct answer. Nothing needs to be downloaded or printed.

What do I do if I need this course to fulfill a court mandate in Addison County - Vermont?

First confirm with the court that our online program will be accepted (they usually are). Then take the class, pass the final and we will send you a Certificate of Completion. This is the official document you present to the court to prove you took and passed the program. The Certificate of Completion is included in the price of the course.

How do I know which online class to pick, there are so many?

Be aware that people who call themselves "experts", but don't have any credentials run many classes posted on the Internet. Our classes are rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau and have been created by Dr. Ari Novick. Dr. Novick is a licensed practicing physician in Orange County, California. He has a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California Graduate Institute. He has designed the programs and is available to speak with Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. PST with any feedback. Our classes are also competitively priced.

I am a private person. Who will find out I've enrolled in this Addison County - Vermont class?

This is a personal experience. The student never has to show up in a public classroom in front of anyone you might know. You take the class in the privacy of your own home, at any time of the day or night. No one else needs to know that you have enrolled.

What if I don't end up liking the class?

If you are not completely satisfied with the program, you can request a full refund with written proof of why your were dissatisfied. Refund request must be received within 60 days of purchase.

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Courts in Addison County, Vermont

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