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Online Drug Diversion Awareness & Education Class

Alcohol and Drug Awareness ClassesDrug Diversion programs are for first offense drug defendants. Diversion is the procedure of suspending the criminal prosecution of an individual, by allowing the offender to complete a drug education, drug treatment, or drug rehabilitation program instead of further criminal proceedings.

If a first offense drug defendant has an otherwise clean criminal record, judges generally will find a defendant eligible for the deferred entry of judgement program without requiring a formal eligibility evaluation.

Please get approval from the court before enrolling. Please check state requirements before enrolling.

Online Drug Diversion Awareness (NOT DUI classes):

24 Hour Online Drug Diversion and Awareness Class: $450.00

Policies may change without notice, and there is no guarantee that you will be approved for online classes by the county courts. Classes were created and are conducted by a LICENSED CLINICAL PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR. These classes also meet requirements for Alcohol and Drug Awareness Courses required by many employers.

26 Hour Deferred Entry of Judgment (Penal Code 1000) Program: $450.00

Class Enrollment Information: Register and Pay Online OR by Phone at 1-877-368-9909)

Class Goal: These classes are designed for persons who are required to complete an alcohol, drug or substance abuse awareness or education class due to employment, health or legal requirements.

Class is Available: Anytime, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Completion Time: Can be completed in one sitting or over several days.

How the Class Works: These classes consists of several topics or lessons. Each topic consists of several pages of printed information that is presented one page at a time. After the student reads a page or several pages, a review question or questions is presented to help the student recall the information. Each question is graded and students must pass each question with a score of 70% or higher to obtain a certificate of completion. Students are given several opportunities to improve their scores.

Technical Support: Telephone support is available at 1-877-368-9909 from the online class instructor from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Mountain Standard Time. Email support is available at