What to do after a DUI

Call us at (918) 621-1600, we can provide general information over the phone as well as schedule your appointments. The process will go even more quickly and smoothly if you have the following information ready:

  • Driver License number
  • Date of Birth
  • Date, city, type of offense, attorney name
  • BAC can be found on your arrest report.


Once we have all of the necessary information you will need to take the Driver’s Risk Inventory (DRI) questionnaire. This is a standard series of questions that all clients must take. These questions take approximately 30-45 minutes to answer. You will then be given another questionnaire determined by the results of the testing.


Once we have all of the necessary information and the DRI has been taken, you will meet with a certified assessor. This is a personal, confidential appointment. The time of the assessment is approximately 1 ½ to 2 hours. The state requires each DUI assessor to individually assess the client and then determine what level of recommendations are appropriate. We are required to ask you a series of questions in order to make that determination. If certain “risk” indicators or factors are present, you may be referred to outside treatment or counseling. We have a list of approved providers that you may choose from.

For general information or

to schedule an appointment

call us at
(918) 621-1600