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Impaired Driver Program (IDP)

The New York State Impaired Driver Program (IDP) has been operated by Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc. since 1975. This program is Department of Motor Vehicles approved, and offers education and rehabilitation for individuals convicted of Aggravated Drinking While Intoxicated (AGG-DWI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Drinking While Ability Impaired (DWAI/alcohol).

This program is offered in Oneida, Herkimer and Lewis Counties, to individuals who qualify. Classes are given over seven weeks for a total of sixteen hours. CFLR, Inc.’s IDP classes can be taken in Herkimer, Glenfield, Rome and Utica. Morning and evening classes are available. All Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc. Drinking Driver Program (IDP) instructors are certified in PRIME for Life Curriculum. If you are interested in signing up for a CFLR, Inc.’s IDP class, you must enroll at your local DMV Office in-person first.

Oneida County Department of Motor Vehicle Offices
Utica DMV
321 Main Street
Utica, New York 13501
315-798-5749

Rome DMV
301 West Dominick Street
Rome, New York 13440
315-336-6790

Herkimer DMV
109 Mary Street, Suite 111
Herkimer, New York 13350
315-867-1132

Lewis DMV
7660 State Street
Lowville, New York 13367
315-376-5331

To Register
After enrolling in-person at your local DMV Office, you may pre-pay for Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc.’s IDP class by clicking the PayPal button below.




Once you’ve registered, don’t forget to show-up for class.

For more information, please call, Destiny Branfaldt,  IDP/DRT Program Assistant, at (315) 768-2660, or email her a DBranfaldt@cflrinc.org,  Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM.


Helpful Resources
Above the Influence (Website)
Alcohol Justice: The Industry Watch Dog (Website)
Central Region Prevention Resource Center (CRPRC)
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD)
New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYSOASAS)
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)