Driving Under the Influence (D.U.I.) Programs
Alameda County DUI Programs
The Alameda County Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Programs can assist individuals in completing court-ordered and DMV requirements and help reduce future DUIs. The DUI Programs will:
- Help explore the relationship with alcohol and/or drugs and understanding of the inherent risks involved
- Promote modified drinking/drug use in high-risk situations, such as driving under the influence
- Provide counseling and education to reduce the likelihood of a repeat DUI offense
- Proactively help with alcohol and/or drug problems to make life affirming choices
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, DUI programs are primarily offering services via tele-conference or tele-health, using platforms such as Zoom.
Program length is based on Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and Vehicle Code prior DUI convictions. The cost of your DUI program is determined by which length of program the court or DMV requires. See below for information on program fees.
- A. Twelve Hour Education Only (a.k.a. “Wet & Reckless” Program) – Vehicle code 23103 with a BAC under .08%. Vehicle code 23140 under 21 years when arrested.
- B. Three Month First Offender – Vehicle code 23152 with a BAC .08% - .15%
- C. Six Month First Offender – Vehicle code 23152 with a BAC .15% - .19%
- D. Nine Month First Offender – Vehicle code 23152 with a BAC .20% or greater
- E. Eighteen Month Multiple Offender – Vehicle code 23152 more than one DUI Conviction within 10 Years.
Below are the locations of all State Licensed DUI Programs in Alameda County. Please contact the DUI Program directly to register for the program.
Bi-Bett Education Programs
1580 Chabot Ct, Hayward, CA 94545
Phone: (510) 783-8708
Second Chance, Inc.
6330 B Thornton Avenue
Newark CA 94560
Phone: (510) 792-HELP
NOTE: If you received DUI services from Axis Community Health or Occupational Health Services (OHS), which have since closed, and would like information about your DUI service record, please contact Theresa Ly, Alameda County DUI Coordinator (Theresa.Ly@acgov.org, 510-383-1666)
For a list of DUI programs located outside of Alameda County, please visit the DUI Provider Directory maintained by the California Department of Healthcare Services.
Updated as of August 5th, 2019
|Second Chance, Inc.||Bi-Bett|
|Wet & Reckless |
12 hour Program
|3 Month First Offender Program||Total Cost|
|6 Month First Offender Program||Total Cost|
|9 Month First Offender Program||Total Cost|
|18 Month Multiple Offender Program||Total Cost|
Title 9, Section 9879 of the California Code of Regulations, requires Driving-Under-the-Influence (DUI) programs to provide financial assistance services to persons who can document an inability to pay the program fee. To determine if you qualify for financial assistance, you must request a financial assessment in writing to the DUI program of your choice. You may request a financial assessment at any time during program participation. The DUI program must conduct the financial assessment within 5 days of your written request.
You will be required to provide documentation of income in the form of an award letter for general assistance or other public assistance, tax returns, bank statements, pay vouchers, check stubs, net profits from self employment, net income from real property, other forms of income.
If you qualify for financial assistance, you may be eligible to participate in an extended payment schedule, or pay a maximum fee of no more than $5.00 per month for each month of documented eligibility.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Victim Impact Panel (VIP) Requirement
As of November 1st, 2020, all Alameda County-based DUI programs require newly enrolled participants to complete MADD Victim Impact Panel (VIP) as a part of the DUI program requirements. During the COVID-19 public health emergency, MADD VIP will be offered online. For more information, please review this MADD VIP Online flyer or request MADD VIP online registration here: https://maddvip.org/online-victim-impact-panel-request-form/ and contact your DUI provider.
IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE (IID) – SB1046
From January 1, 2019 to January 1, 2026, this law mandates repeat offenders for driving under the influence (DUI) and first DUI offenders whose violations resulted in injury, to install an ignition interlock device (IID) for a period ranging from 12 to 48 months. The law also allows those who receive a suspension under the Administrative Per Se law to obtain an IID-restricted driving privilege, and receive credit toward their required IID restriction period if they are later convicted of a DUI. These provisions apply to DUI violations that involve alcohol or the combined use of alcohol and drugs. They do not apply to drug-only violations.
In addition, courts have the discretion to order a non-injury first DUI offender to install an IID for a period of up to 6 months. If the court does not order IID installation, a non-injury first offender may apply for a driver license for IID restrictions or restrictions that allow them to drive to, from, and during their employment and to and from a DUI treatment program for 12 months.
- A first DUI offense that involves no injuries, an offender may choose a six-month IID requirement with full driving privileges, or a one-year restricted license that would allow only driving to and from work if the offender also participates in a treatment program
- For a first DUI offense that also involves an injury, an IID would be required for six months.
- A second DUI offense, an IID would be required for one year
- A third DUI offense, the IID requirement is two years
- A fourth or subsequent DUI offense, the IID requirement is three years
For a full DMV list of approved IID providers, please click link below.