AES provides a safe and confidential environment to complete court- or motor vehicle- mandated DUI treatment. Services are convenient (online- face to face), affordable, client-centered and utilize the latest evidenced-based curriculum. AES DUI services are licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles as well as the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services.
The screening is a preliminary interview and assessment of a client to determine whether education or treatment is required. The process includes administration, scoring and interpretation of the SASSI, MAST or other approved diagnostic test.DUI Get Started
DUI Level I Treatment
The AES treatment approach focuses on stress management, coping skills, triggers that lead to alcohol use, alternatives to using, responsibility for actions, self-esteem, peer pressure and the negative impact drinking has on relationships. With a minimum of 20 hours of treatment, Level I meets the rules and regulations set by the State of Arizona and Department of Motor Vehicles for DUI substance abuse treatment.DUI Get Started
DUI Level II Education
Level II is a 16-hour education program that covers DUI laws and regulations, consequences, decision-making and general education regarding alcohol and other drugs. Random urinalysis testing is available for Level I and II per referral source request.DUI Get Started
DUI Revocation Evaluation
For this evaluation, individuals sit with a licensed substance abuse counselor for approximately one hour to complete the revocation packet. It is typically for those who have had their drivers license revoked and MVD required the Revocation Packet Juvenile DUI AES offers DUI assessments, Level I group counseling and Level II education for clients under 18.DUI Get Started
UDDP (Underage Drinking/Driving Program/)
Juvenile DUI - AES offers DUI assessments, Level I group counseling and Level II education for clients under 18.DUI Get Started
Domestic Violence & Anger Management (DNVP/Peace)
AES is licensed to provide domestic violence services as well as anger management counseling. We accept referrals for court-ordered individuals as well as walk-ins.
Our domestic violence program is designed to help our clients learn to have non-violent relationships. We utilize a non-confrontational, strengths-based approach to treatment and motivational interviewing that offers a non-judgmental, confidential and safe environment. The end goal is for the individual to identify their own relationship issues and develop non-violent coping strategies.