Creating A Healthy Community Services
Teaching healthy choices to youth, adults, families and communities which lead to a hopeful and healthy outcome.
Early Intervention for Youth and Young Adults United States Department of Transportation
Substance Abuse Professional Services
Problem Identification and Referral (PIR) Screening services are geared toward behavioral change, not therapy for AOD* abuse or dependency treatment and intends to determine if a person's behavior can be reversed through AOD primary pervention education activities or services.
*Alcohol and other Drugs
Education Awareness Programs
Driving Under the Influence,
Driving While Intoxicated,
Minors in Possession - services are strutured prevention education classes intended to change he behavior of youth and adults who have been involved in the use of alcohol and/or other drugs while operating a motor vehicle.
Evidence Based Programs
Anger Management for youth and adults
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Illness Management and Recovery
Project Northland Substance Use Prevention -
Second Step Violence Prevention
Suicide Prevention Education
Trauma Informed Care
Children of Veterans - coming soon
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing regulations for commercial driver licensed (CDL) employees are contained in 49 CFR Part 382, and 49 CFR Part 40. These regulations can be found at:
Who Must Be Tested?
All CDL drivers operating commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) (greater than 26,000 GVWR, or transporting more than 16 passengers, including the driver, or placarded hazardous materials) on public roadways must be DOT drug and alcohol tested.
This applies to any driver required to possess a CDL, including those employed by Federal, State, and local government agencies, "owner operators," and equivalently licensed drivers from foreign countries.