ASAP Education & Prevention Program
The Alternative Sentencing and Prevention Program (ASAP) is an independent program designed to provide early education, intervention and prevention services as related to legal, health and/or impairment problems associated with the use of alcohol and/or drugs.
- Level I consist of 12 hours of PRIME For Life (PRI) Risk Reduction educational curriculum which is the educational component of the program.
- Level II includes the educational curriculum and administers age appropriate testing as an assessment evaluation tool and an Exit Interview at the conclusion of the classroom experience.
- Upon successful completion of the required programming, a Course Completion Report will be forwarded to the referral source along with, if applicable, recommendations for additional aftercare support services.
The level for program requirements can be determined by either the referral source or the ASAP program. It is based upon what is determined to be the most beneficial to the client’s needs.
The PRIME For Life Program has been selected by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for inclusion in the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).
Who can refer clients to the program?
ANYONE! Common referrals come from:
- Court systems
- Police departments
- Public & private schools
Anyone that has a DWI reduced as a result of a plea bargain (reckless, negligent etc.) is qualified and is appropriate to participate in the ASAP Program.
Any legal charge that has an underlying cause or condition related to alcohol or drugs is also appropriate.
How is referral made?
Please call the ASAP Program at (603) 516-8160 if you have any questions or Robin at 603-817-6007 call/text in or out of business hours.