Darlene Egelhoff
(970) 209-9086
123 W. Tomichi Ave #8
Gunnison, CO 81230


Initial Consultation, 20 minutes: Free

MIP Education, 2 hr Group Session: $30
8hrs total required for 1st offense

MIP Treatment Diagnostic Intake Assessment: $50

MIP Treatment, 90 min group session: $25
12 hours total for 2nd offense; 20 hours for 3rd offense

MIP We offer DUI classes to patients under the age of 21 that have received a MIP. Our classes offer a minimum of 8 hours of education, completed over no less than a 2 day period and no more than 4 hours a day. We encourage parental involvement for youth ages 17 and under. This program will cover topic areas, such as the definition and stages of dependency, physical and psychological effects of alcohol and drugs. In addition, students will learn and refine refusal skills, positive coping tools, strengthen communication skills, and to set goals and map out a plan to achieve those goals.

Education and Treatment for Those Under 21: Minor In Possession of Alcohol Education and Treatment
MIP Education/Intervention Level of Care: $120

MIP education shall be for youth that have received their first MIP citation. When possible, agencies should do all they can to conduct separate groups; 17 and under, and 18 to 20 year olds.

MIP education shall be at minimum, eight (8) hours of education, completed over no less than a two (2) day period with no more than 4 hours a day. Parental involvement shall be encouraged for a minimum of two (2) of the 8-hour class, for youth 17 and under.

MIP Treatment Level of Care
A.) 2nd MIP Offense: Intake, tx plan plus $180

A treatment agency shall use screening and assessment instruments developed specifically for minors that are comprehensive, culturally and developmentally appropriate, and approved by DBH.

2nd offense MIP therapy shall be conducted in outpatient settings, shall be a minimum of twelve (12) hours in duration over eight (8) weeks and shall not exceed 1.5 hours per session. Parental involvement shall be encouraged for a minimum of four (4) of the required twelve (12) hours for clients seventeen (17) and under.

B.) 3rd and Subsequent MIP Offense: Intake plus $25 per group Youth receiving a 3rd MIP offense will complete a minimum of twenty (20) hours of substance abuse treatment over a thirteen (13) week period, or more if determined by a clinical assessment, with groups not to exceed 1.5 hours. Multiple levels of care and recovery support services shall be offered that meet the needs of the client and family members, when appropriate. Parents, when appropriate, are encouraged to participate throughout the length of treatment.

Track recommendations for hours and levels of care are made by trained evaluators in the probation department, or in the absence of an evaluation, the DUI licensed treatment agency.

The alcohol / drug treatment program the court orders you to complete for your DUI / DWAI / DUID offense may differ from the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) reinstatement requirements.