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WIP 72
Thursday, Jul 13, 2017 - Sunday, Jul 16, 2017
33 E 5th St, 33 E 5th St, Dayton, OH 45402, USA
Weekend Intervention Program
$350

The following forms should be printed, completed and mailed along with your program fee to: WIP, P. O. Box 2404, Dayton, OH 45401. PDF forms require Adobe Reader, a free download. These forms must be received in our office two weeks prior to your attendance:


DOWNLOADS

Calendar (PDF) 2017 for all programs

Calendar (PDF) 2016 for all programs

WIP - Fee Agreement

WIP - REG Form (your can register directly by selecting a date on the calendar)

STEP Registration Form (your can register directly by selecting a date on the calendar) 

YEP Registration Form (your can register directly by selecting a date on the calendar)

MAP and Directions

Driver's License Point Credit Information

Lawyer Authorization for Release of Information

48 Hour or 72 Hour Weekend Program

The Weekend Intervention Program offers a 72-hour and a 48-hour educational, counseling and assessment program that focuses on individual clients, helping them deal with the impact of their substance use related driving conviction (OVI) and the use of mood-altering substances in their lives. These programs have proven so effective that they have served as models for numerous weekend intervention programs implemented throughout the United States and in Canada.

The WIP is no picnic. The hours are long and the pace is fast. For two or three intense days, the WIP counselors work closely with their clients in small groups, helping to educate them about the ramifications of substance use and to assess the extent of any possible problems. The clients take an active part in this assessment by examining the role substance use plays in their lives.

WIP counselors do not attempt to cure or preach. Instead, they help their clients see their OVI convictions not as bad luck, but as a "crisis trigger" that brings them a fresh awareness of the way they are handling their lives.

Youth Education Program

The Youth Education Program (Y.E.P.) for which you have registered is a single day course designed to give you information about the harmful effects of alcohol and other drugs. It will involve lectures, movies, small group discussions, and other activities. Please consider the following instructions.

STEP

The Short Term Education Program (S.T.E.P.)  is a single day course designed to give you information about the harmful effects of alcohol and other drugs. It will involve lectures, movies, small group discussions, and other activities.