Substance Abuse Treatment/DUI Counseling

Hopewell Clinical is a SUPR-licensed treatment center providing Level I Outpatient and Level II IOP (Intensive Outpatient) services. Hopewell Clinical is a preferred provider for many attorneys and court systems, as we are experts in DUI counseling.

Hopewell Clinical is licensed to teach the 10-hour Drivers Risk Education (DRE) class. We offer this class once per month. Contact us today to get scheduled for the upcoming DRE class.

Hopewell Clinical Schedule

We offer morning and evening groups. We provide both in-person and telehealth (online) treatment.

  • Evening groups are offered on Mondays and Fridays from 6 PM to 9 PM
  • Morning groups are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9 AM to 11 AM
  • The evening Drivers Risk Education class is offered once per month.
  • Special arrangements can be made to complete the DRE in the mornings.
  • Individual counseling (both in-person and online) is also available.

DUI Risk Classifications

In Illinois you must complete a DUI – Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Uniform Report if you receive a DUI/drug or alcohol related Summary Suspension. This is a Department of Human Services-Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (SUPR) diagnostic tool which assigns you a risk level and recommends substance abuse education and/or treatment. The offender will fall under one of these risk levels.

  • Minimal Risk - Requires 10 hours of DRE (Drivers Risk Education)
  • Moderate Risk - Requires 10 hours of DRE and 12 hours of “Early Intervention Services”
  • Significant Risk - Requires 10 hours of DRE and a minimum of 20 hours of “treatment”
  • High Risk (Dependent or Non-Dependent) - Requires 75 hours of “treatment”

More information on the state of Illinois' risk classifications.


If you or a person you know receives a DUI or has substance abuse issues, please do not delay in contacting Hopewell Clinical. Scheduling an assessment/evaluation is the first step in overcoming a drug or alcohol problem. This demonstration of personal accountability, and readiness to change is always looked upon favorably by the criminal justice system and hoped for by significant others in that person's life. A treatment recommendation will be made at the time of the assessment/evaluation.

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