Alcohol Safety

The Alcohol Safety Education Program is administered through Family Service Agency for the Department of Human Services - Bureau of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention.

Services include Pre-Sentence Screening Reports (PSSR) to all courts in Pulaski, Lonoke, Prairie and Saline Counties and alcohol safety education classes for persons who plead or are found guilty for the offense of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving Under the Influence (DUI), and Refusal to Submit.

These classes include:

  • Level 1 Alcohol Education
  • The class covers drinking styles, the costs of substance abuse, co dependency, tolerance to alcohol and other drugs, controlled drinking, addiction, and relapse/DWI prevention.

  • Level 2 Alcohol Education
  • The class covers the same topics as Level 1 but with more depth and in smaller groups for individual attention.

  • Underage Alcohol Education
  • The class covers DWI/DUI laws, alcohol effects on the body, communications, and alcoholism.