Treatment providers must be approved and certified
Substance use disorder prevention and treatment providers must be approved and certified by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).
The Oregon Substance Use Disorders Services Directory lists all approved and certified DUII providers (marked as DUII Info, DUII Rehab, and RDL).
- DUII Info: Programs or facilities that provide DUII information
- DUII Rehab: Programs or facilities that provide DUII treatment
- RDL: Programs or facilities that provide Mental Health Recommendations for hardship permits
Restricted Driving License (RDL)
Individuals who have had their driving privileges suspended for DUII convictions may be eligible for a hardship permit (also known as Restricted Driving License). The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) determines who may be eligible. Hardship permits must be approved by the court. Individuals residing out of Oregon will not be eligible for a hardship permit.
For individuals who are suspended for a second or subsequent DUII conviction, DMV requires a Mental Health Recommendation prior to granting a hardship permit.
When accepted into the RDL program, the individual will attend classes regarding alcohol and drug abuse for monitoring and support.