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
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.