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Sudbury Counselling Centre
Back on Track Program

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Description
  • Operates a provincially mandated impaired driver program
  • Requires impaired drivers to successfully complete the program, before licences are reinstated
  • Successful completion usually take up to 11 months to complete
  • Individuals are required to successfully complete and serve their entire suspension period before licences are eligible to be reinstated

Participants must complete all three parts of program:
Assessment
  • Determines whether the participant must complete an eight hour education course or a sixteen hour treatment course

Education / Treatment Program
  • Focus is to develop strategies to reduce impaired driving in the future

Follow-up Interview
  • Conducts telephone follow-up six months after the education or treatment class was completed
Eligibility
Convicted impaired drivers
Application Process
Call to speak with an intake worker, or register for the program through the Back on Track website
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Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
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211 Ontario North
Last Verified On September 6, 2018

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