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Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction IPP - DUI


Offenders who are serving a felony level 3 or 4 OMVI offense, are classified as level 1, and have a security level of 1A or 1B may be eligible for the DUI IPP at the North Coast Correctional Treatment Facility.

Program Requirements

The IPP is a 90-day program that focuses on alcohol and other drug abuse treatment. The program capacity is 24 beds. There is a minimum of 32 hours of program activity each week comprised of 13.5 hours of AOD programming per week with an additional 19 hours devoted to other program activities.

Core Program Components

The primary focus of the DUI IPP is to assist offenders in learning the skills needed to ultimately live a sober, drug-free and crime-free life.

Secondary program focus consists of the following:

  • Thinking Errors
  • Behavior Errors
  • Decision-making Skills
  • Resume Writing
  • Marketable Employment Skills Development

Continuing Care

Upon successful completion of the IPP treatment program, each offender will be screened for post-release control supervision that may be for a period of up to one year.