The Alcohol Education Program, (AEP) is a 72-hour Driver Intervention Program for first-time DUI. AEP is accredited and licensed by the Ohio Departmentof Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS). The program is available eight times during the year at the Gault Liberty Center (104 Spink Street) in Wooster. For 72 hours AEP participants are offered a full agenda of speakers, lectures, testing, videos, group sessions and events. The message is to empasize that driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs has a negative effect on not only the individual but the community, friends and family. Individuals who may suspect that he or she has a substance abuse or dependency problem will be able to make the needed decisions to identify their next steps and treatment options. Registration must be completed seven (7) days prior to the start of each session. Program registration must be done in person at OneEighty.
The form is available to print and complete in advance (see below). Attendees must have court papers (a document containing a case number), a copy of the ticket, photo I.D. and payment. Call 330-264-8498 with questions.
Click the year to view the AEP schedule: 2019
Payment for AEP class is accepted at OneEighty Main Office (104 Spink Street, Wooster, Ohio 44691) with cash, check or credit card.
Please select the class you wish to attend, print out the registration form and booklet. Submit the registration form via FAX, U.S. Mail or in person at OneEighty.
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We believe the strongest prevention strategies include community involvement! For this reason, our prevention department coordinates coalitions. These community-based groups are made up of volunteers from different areas of the community to focus on youth substance abuse prevention
OneEighty provides multiple education and prevention programs to individuals, businesses, community groups and schools in Wayne and Holmes counties. We partner with the school systems in Wayne and Holmes Counties extending our reach to thousands of students in this diverse area.These programs provide awareness and education about the following topics: Current Drugs of Choice, Drug Use, Abuse & Dependency, Signs & Symptoms of Drug Use, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, How to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Bullying, Cyber-Bullying, Sexual Harassment, Dating Violence and Healthy Relationships to raise community awareness and open a dialogue regarding these issues.
Professional Development Opportunities:
OneEighty provides evidence-based, dynamic and effective training to mental health professionals, social workers, counselors, case managers, health and human services personnel, educators, and others. Our professional trainings incorporate the latest research findings and are carefully designed for maximum impact at both large conferences and small-group workshops. Our workshops are designated as a continuing education provider through the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist Board.
Employers look to OneEighty to provide relevant and accurate Drug-Free Workplace (DFW) trainings. DFW is designed to help employers develop a safer and more cost-effective workplace. Employers who implement a drug-free workplace are choosing to keep their employees safe by reducing the chance of an accident caused by substance abuse. Once implemented, OneEighty can help businesses obtain (if eligible) a discount on workers' compensation premiums for up to five years. The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation also offers financial grants to help offset the cost of implementing a program.
T.I. provides a leadership opportunity for local students who have made the commitment to prevent the abuse of alcohol and other drugs. T.I. Students pledge to promote healthy life choices among their peers and in their communities. These students meet regularly and host prevention events in their school districts.