Programs & Services

The High Road Program, Inc. [HIGH ROAD] offers multiple types of alcohol and drug abuse counseling and education in both Los Angeles and Riverside counties. Most of these services are provided to individuals referred by the Court, Department of Motor Vehicles, County Probation, or State Parole Agency. Clients are required to complete programs specified by California State law, where state law and/or county regulations mandate both the content and duration of program services.

Outpatient alcohol and drug counseling services are also available to the general public. Counseling programs can be specifically designed for the individual client.

Services are very affordable. Our clients pay for services weekly on a fee-for-service basis, with the weekly cost normally ranging between $25.00 - $35.00/week.

The following services are provided by HIGH ROAD. As Los Angeles and Riverside counties have different program requirements, not all of the services listed below are available at all HIGH ROAD facilities.

Programs & Services

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE [DUI] TREATMENT SERVICES

HIGH ROAD is licensed by the State of California's Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs and approved by Los Angeles and Riverside counties, to provide DUI treatment services for individuals convicted of a wet-reckless, first, second or multiple offense of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs.

First Offender Services
WET RECKLESS (SB1176): Individuals convicted of a "wet-reckless" DUI offense must complete 12 hours of alcohol and drug education.

FIRST OFFENDER (AB803): Individuals age 18 to20 years convicted of a first DUI offense must complete 12 hours of alcohol and drug education.

FIRST OFFENDER 3- OR 4-MONTH* TREATMENT PROGRAM (AB541): Individuals age 21 and older convicted of a first DUI offense must complete 32 hours, consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
* Depending on county location.

FIRST OFFENDER 6-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (AB762): As ordered by the court and as a condition of probation, individuals age 21 and older convicted of a first DUI offense with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.20% or greater, must complete a minimum 45 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling.

FIRST OFFENDER 9-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (AB1353): As a condition of probation, individuals age 21 and older convicted of a first DUI offense with a blood alcohol level of .020 or greater, may be required by the court to complete a 62.25-hour, 9-month treatment program consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
SECOND OFFENDER SERVICES
SECOND OFFENDER 3-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (AB803): Individuals age 18 to 20 years convicted of a second DUI offense must complete 32 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling.

SECOND OFFENDER 12-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (SB38): Individuals age 21 and older whose conviction date was prior to 1990 must complete 72 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling.

SECOND OFFENDER 18-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (SB38/SB1344): Individuals age 21 and older whose conviction date was 1990 or later must complete 78 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling.
MULTIPLE OFFENDER SERVICES
MULTIPLE OFFENDER 30-MONTH TREATMENT PROGRAM (SB1365): Individuals age 21 and older convicted of a third or more DUI offense may be ordered to complete 158 hours consisting of education, group and individual counseling. The individual must also complete a compendium of evidence for the Court that they have effectively made changes that demonstrate measurable improvement of living and behaving responsibly.
PENAL CODE 1000 SERVICES
Deferred Entry of Judgement/Drug Diversion: As a condition of probation, individuals convicted of a misdemeanor drug offense must complete an approved 31.5-hour - 16 week, or an approved 47 hour - 20 week treatment program consisting of education, group and individual counseling. The length of program is dependent upon the county of conviction.

Domestic Violence/Batterers Treatment: As a condition of probation, individuals convicted of a domestic violence offense must complete an approved 104-hour - 52 week treatment program consisting of education, group and individual counseling related to the prevention of reoccurring domestic violence.

Anger Management: Services are provided to individuals who proactively wish to self-refer themselves for counseling to take better control their anger, or for individuals whom have been referred by a community service agency or employer, or as a condition of probation, individuals who have been ordered by the court to complete anger management counseling. The level and duration of services is determined by court order.
OTHER MANDATED SERVICES
SASCA (Substance Abuse Services Coordinating Agency) Parolee Services: Habilitative and re-habilitative services provided to individual who have been released from state institutions, and who have participated in alcohol and drug treatment programs while incarcerated. These services consist of groups and individual counseling, plus random urinalysis drug testing. These services also include education services to help the individual effectively re-enter society. Assistance is provided in learning how to seek employment, plus coordinating referrals to sober living housing, medical assistance, transportation and job placement.
GENERAL OUTPATIENT SERVICES
Alcohol and/or Other Drug Treatment Services: For individuals and their familiy members. These services consist of individual and group counseling and substance abuse education services to help an individual begin and maintain their recovery from the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Services also available for family members who need counseling and education on how to effectively cope with and help their addicted family member.

Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) Assessment: A full, comprehensive alcohol and other drug assessment is completed with a certified substance abuse counselor. Assessment instrument utilized is the ASI (Addiction Severity Index). The ASI is administered in a semi-structured interview to patients who present for substance abuse treatment. The instrument gathers information about seven areas of a patient's life: medical, employment/support, drug and alcohol use, legal, family history, family/social relationships, and psychiatric problems. Using a ten point scale from 0 to 9, interviewer severity ratings indicate the degree of patient problems in each of the seven problem areas, based on historical and current information.