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Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors, through the Ohio Chemical Dependency BoardMedicaid is accepted
DIP/AIM Class Schedule
All Driver Intervention Programs
are scheduled from
6:00 p.m. Thursday to 6:00 p.m. Sunday
February 7th - 10th,
* Subject to change without notice
2140 Schorrway Drive
$500.00 for a shared room
*$175 Deposit/Balance $325
$650.00 for a private room
*$175 Deposit/Balance $475
AIM - REGISTRATION PACKET/DETAILS
The price includes sleeping arrangements, food, program services and a drug and alcohol screening.
For your convenience, we accept payments payable to the AIM Program in the form of: Money Order, Credit Card, Cashiers Check or Cash.
*No personal checks are accepted*
The cost of the AIM Driver Intervention Program includes a $175.00 non-refundable registration deposit. This deposit must be received in our office before you are considered officially registered.
72-HOUR STATE CERTIFIEDDriver Intervention Program (DIP)
Alternative to Impaired Motorists (AIM)
Extensive learning, seminars, and information that you can apply to your daily living. Guest Speakers, handouts, movies, breakout sessions.
Completion forms including criteria for additional counseling, if needed, will be forwarded to the Probation Office within 72 hours of the Completion.
The AIM Program serves both male and female clients.
Seating is limited. Seating registration is guaranteed for the first 12 people who send their deposit and completed registration form. Registration is conducted on a first come, first serve basis. All late registrants will be scheduled for the next available program and notified of such. These sessions fill up quickly, please respond immediately to ensure your registration on the date you desire.
Registration forms and payment must reach our office to ensure your spot for the Program!
GUEST SPEAKER - Mac Gray
“Motivating Attitudes for Change” - Mac Gray talks to young people on the dangers of underage drinking, drugs both recreational and prescription, driving under the influence and how “It could happen to you!” He speaks to middle schools, high schools, colleges, adults, youth groups and churches.
The first 25 years of Mac’s life were like that of any other active young mans. He was outgoing and involved with sports, dating, social functions and extracurricular activities. “He thought he had the world in the palm of his hands.” In September 1984, everything changed. Mac had a motorcycle accident that left him a quadriplegic. However, it did not leave him hopeless.
Buckeye Counseling Services
117 West Main Street, Suite 107
Lancaster, OH 43130