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Court-Ordered Classes

Visit our events calendar to view upcoming courses/programs and register online -

High Risk Drivers Class - The class is designed to educate drivers to the potential and very real consequences of "high-risk" driving behaviors.

Minor in Possession, Adult/Purveyor Furnishing - A class for:

  • Youth under 18 accompanied by parent
  • Youth over 18
  • Adult/Purveyor Furnishers

Who have been cited in juvenile or adult court for:

  • Minor in Possession (MIP)
  • Open container
  • Other drug related offenses

The class includes education about the science supporting a legal drinking age of 21, and the consequences of making bad choices while under the influence, furnishing alcohol to a minor, or service industry non-compliance citations.

Safety Belt Class - The class is designed for drivers and passengers over the age of 16 who have been cited for not using seat belts.

Share the Road Safety Class - Trauma Nurses Talk Tough's class about the dangers and risks pedestrians, drivers and bicyclists face when they fail to follow safety regulations. Persons receiving some types of citations may be eligible for reduced fines upon successful completion of the class.

Young Driver Improvement Class - Uses Trauma Nurses Talk Tough's manual "How to Utilize the Graduated Driver's Licensing Law Effectively" to help families help their teens learn to drive safely. 

DUII Victim's Impact Panel

The Victims Impact Panel is a court remanded program that focuses directly on the social, emotional, financial, and physical consequences of driving under the influence of intoxicants. This two hour course is conducted by a trauma nurse, a judge, and a panel of survivors who have been directly impacted by the consequences of impaired driving.

The course includes the following topics:

  • The effects of intoxicants on the brain
  • The effect on decision making and behavior
  • The effect on driving skills
  • The short and long term consequences on the self, family, community, and society

Registration in advance is required. Classes fill up very quickly, so please register as soon as possible.

Register online at For assistance, please contact us at 503-413-4960.