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WV DUI Safety and Treatment Program Requirements

The West Virginia Driving Under the Influence Program is established per West Virginia Code §17C-5A-3. West Virginia Code of State rules 64 CSR 98 establishes the guidelines for clinical assessment of all DUI Safety and Treatment program participants.  The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities Program Standards sets forth the specific clinical standards for the West Virginia Safety and Treatment Program.

West Virginia law stipulates that individuals, found to have been operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated-- either by failing a sobriety test of refusing to test, must complete a mandated comprehensive safety and treatment program.

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Contact Us

  • By Phone: 1-877-215-2522
Be prepared to leave a single voice mail message with full contact information if program staff does not answer
your call directly. To expedite issues more quickly please email the WV DUI Unit, address listed below.
  • By Fax: 1-304-558-3275 (Attention: BBHHF DUI Unit)
  • By Email: WVDUI@wv.gov
  • By Mail: 
West Virginia DUI Unit
Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities
350 Capitol Street, Suite 350
Charleston, WV 25301
Per BBHHF and DUI Unit policy, at no time will program staff discuss DUI records or case status with anyone other than the DUI offender without a current, written release of information for each additional party. Release of Information form is available upon request.


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