Drug Offender Education Program (15 Hour DOEP Class)

DRUG OFFENDER EDUCATION PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Texas approved 15 hour drug education program online (15 Hour DOEP Class) is for people who have received a misdemeanor or felony drug charge that has resulted in the suspension of a driver’s license for six months. It addresses the root causes of drug use and provides necessary tools for getting back and personal growth.

In this program, we help offenders identify their own individual drug use patterns and assist them in developing a personal action plan that will reduce the probability of suffering the consequences of future drug use and illegal behavior.

Online Drug Offender Education Program by Alamo Center include a history of drug misuse, laws, dynamics of drug use, how drugs work, cost of use and misuse, health issues, HIV, interpersonal relationships, deglamorization of drugs, values and behaviors, past and desired behaviors, getting control of your life, resource options, and personal action planning.

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Features of the DOEP:

Texas doep class online satisfies up to a 15 hour educational requirement.

Zoom course: 3 hours per day for 5 consecutive days.

Online DOEP class must be completed within 30 days of enrollment.

Driving restriction: Participants cannot drive while taking this course.

Certificate: Emailed within 5-10 business days upon completion of course and form.

100% Online access via Zoom link, camera must be active.

Final evaluation score of at least 70% required.

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No absence or late arrivals allowed. No exceptions. You will be dropped from the class with no refund.

See What Our Customers Say

Erica Porter
Erica Porter
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John and the entire staff were very nice and helpful with this entire process. The DWI Education class was very engaging and knowledgeable. Highly recommend this class to everyone needing or wanting to take this class!
William Kellagher
William Kellagher
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Lorenzo is a great instructor. He kept the course interesting and the time passed by fairly quick.
Kaela Garcia
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Lorenzo W. was a great instructor. I really learned a lot from this course. It wasn’t very expensive, and it was easy to sign up and attend class on Zoom. This program allowed me to have a positive outcome, from a seemingly hopeless situation.
Uriel Estrada
Uriel Estrada
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Got to learn understand a lot of the DWI and know I will think twice about drinking and driving.
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WHY TAKE THIS DOEP CLASS ONLINE?

Prevention

Prevention

DOEP classes are crucial in preventing future drug related offenses by educating individuals about the risks, consequences, and impact of drug use. 

By understanding the dangers of drugs, participants are deterred from engaging in drug related activities.

Empowerment

Empowerment

Participating in DOEP classes empowers individuals by equipping them with knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about drug use. 

Education helps individuals comprehend the risks of drug misuse and provides strategies for avoiding and overcoming temptations, enabling them to lead healthier, more productive lives.

Recuperation and Remedy

Recuperation and Remedy

DOEP classes often complement recuperation and remedy efforts by providing information on misuse, its causes, and recovery strategies. 

By addressing the root causes of drug misuse and offering tools for recovery, these programs support successful remedy and reduce relapse rates.

Reduced Recidivism

Reduced Recidivism

By addressing underlying issues of drug misuse and promoting personal growth, DOEP programs help reduce recidivism rates.

With better understanding of consequences and skills for positive choices, individuals are less likely to repeat drug related offenses, promoting lawful behavior.

Community Safety

Community Safety

DOEP classes contribute to community safety by educating participants about the risks of drug use, reducing drug related crimes, and fostering healthier communities. 

When individuals grasp the consequences of drug use, they are less likely to engage in activities that endanger themselves and others, creating safer environments for all.

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Drug Offenders Education Program

Has your Texas driver's license been suspended because of a drug charge?

Section 521.371-521.377 of the Texas Transportation Code states that if a person is convicted of a drug related misdemeanor or felony, their driver’s license will be suspended for six months. To restore their license, they must attend a drug education program approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and successfully complete it. If they fail to complete the program, their license will be revoked indefinitely until they complete the education program.

If the person did not have a driver’s license at the time of the offense, they will not be issued one for 180 days. This restriction, known as an Order of Prohibition, begins when they contact the Department seeking information on obtaining a driver’s license. For more information, please visit the Texas Department of Public Safety’s website.

DRUG OFFENDER EDUCATION PROGRAM BENEFITS

CLASS DATES & TIMES BELOW

MAKE NOTE OF YOUR DESIRED CLASS DATE TO ADD DURING REGISTRATION
CLASSES ARE HELD LIVE, AND INSTRUCTOR LED ONLINE FOR (3 HOURS) EACH CLASS FOR 5 DAYS.

MonthDates
April22-26
May20-24
June17-21
July15-19
August12-16
September16-20
October14-15
November11-15
December16-20

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, this class is live, and instructor led. No in person classes are available.

Yes, you must have a camera and audio on your device. You can use your phone, tablet, laptop, or PC.

Yes, this is the class required by Department of Public Service(DPS) to reinstate you driver’s license.

Yes, a strong internet signal is required for this class.

No, there are no makeup classes. If you miss class or are late you will be dropped. with no refund.