Impaired Driving Rehabilitation Program (Formerly known as CRASH)


Impaired Driving Rehabilitation Program (Formerly known as CRASH)

Project CRASH, a program of the Department of Health, Office of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs, is designated by the Secretary of the Agency of Human Services to operate the Alcohol Evaluation Program, the Driving Education Program (CRASH School) and to supervise and approve the alcohol therapy programs of those persons whose licenses have been suspended for violation of 23 VSA Sections 1201 or 1202. Project CRASH is responsible for the certification of completion of the educational programs and therapy, the content and curriculum of the educational programs, and the supervision of the schedules for the educational schools and the Evaluations.