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  • New Hampshire Alcohol Awareness Classes Online. If you’ve been charged with an alcohol related offense in NH, you’ll most likely be required to attend an alcohol awareness class. Our program allows you to complete court ordered class online with one of our 8, 12, 16, 20, or 24-hour classes.

  • Online Classes DUI in NH. It can happen to anyone. Out with friend, check point in the road and a DUI happens. Taking classes is simple. Register online, start the same day.

  • Online Classes for Minor in Possession (MIP) in NH. Individuals under the age of 21 who were cited with a MIP offense in New Hampshire can now complete their required courses on their own time and in their own homes. Our online MIP classes are also a great choice for preventative action.

  • New Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Classes Online. Persons charged with various drug offenses, such as possession or consumption, in NH can fulfill their court requirements online using our fast, easy, satisfaction guaranteed program.

New Hampshire might be a tiny state, but substance abuse problems in the state are a big problem. The 2007-2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health named New Hampshire among the top 10 states in the country with an illicit drug use problem. Prescription drugs in particular have become a major issue for the state. In fact, Oxycodone deaths within New Hampshire are 3 times what they were in 2000, according to the New Hampshire Medical Examiner’s Office. With such an overwhelming rise showing no sign of slowing, New Hampshire residents may be wise to educate and prepare themselves for more substance-related arrests.

We Can Help

One of the most powerful ways to avoid having problems with drugs and/or alcohol is to educated yourself and your loved ones. That’s why we’re here. We offer online drug and alcohol education classes that are convenient, user friendly, easy to understand, and affordable. You can sign up for an 8, 12, 16, 20, or 24-hour class, depending on your needs.

Plus, our classes meet most court ordered requirements for drug and/or alcohol education classes. And we guarantee your satisfaction, or you get your money back. If you’re not satisfied for any reason, call us within 30 days of purchase to received a full refund. That’s how confident we are in our program.

While we have participants taking our programs throughout many counties and cities in the state of New Hampshire. Some of the most common areas include: Amherst, Bath, Bedford, Franklin, Hanover, Hinsdale, Hooksett, Laconia, Littleton, Manchester, Merrimack, Milford, Nashua, Windham and Wolfeboro.

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

An Overview Of New Hampshire’s Substance Abuse Problem

(Source: A publication of the New Hampshire Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment, published in January of 2012)

  • The most telling indicator of New Hampshire epidemic is the steady increase in total drug-related deaths since 2000, with the majority of the increase attributable to prescription drug overdose.

  • The number of drug-related overdose deaths in the state increased substantially between 2002 and 2010, more than doubling from 80 deaths to 174 over the eight year period. Prescription opioids are the most prevalent drug of abuse leading to death.

  • According to the 2008-2009 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, New Hampshire’s young adults are abusing pain medication at a significantly higher rate than young adults nationwide (NH =16.78% vs. US=11.94%); New Hampshire’s rate of nonmedical use of pain relievers by 18 to 25 year olds is the second highest among the states and territories.

  • Between 2008 and 2010, the percentage of individuals entering state-funded substance abuse treatment for oxycodone increased by over 60%, from 11.6% of patients in 2008 to 18.7% of patients in 2010, while admissions for alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, and heroin either decreased or stayed the same. In 2010, oxycodone also became the second most prevalent drug of abuse after alcohol among those entering state-funded substance abuse treatment.

  • According to the New Hampshire Medical Examiner’s Office the number of New Hampshire deaths resulting from oxycodone has more than tripled since 2000. The total number of drug- related deaths rose to 174 in 2010.

Customer Review

“This class was so helpful to my family. We have teenagers in the house, and our family has a history of problems with addiction, so we wanted to arm our children with knowledge.” Tony A, Belmont, NH