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DUII Treatment Certificate

What is a DUII Treatment Certificate?

Individuals who are convicted of a DUII will need to obtain a DUII treatment Completion Certificate. The DUII treatment Completion Certificate is one of the legal documents that the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires for driving privilege reinstatement.

This four part DMV form (form 735-6821) has a unique identification number and Oregon’s state seal. Other documents may have been presented to an individual by their treatment provider at the time of treatment completion, but these will not satisfy DMV requirements.

DUII treatment Completion Certificates are only issued by Oregon Health Authority/Addictions and Mental Health Division to approved providers or directly from the Addictions and Mental Health Division.

To obtain a DUII Treatment Completion Certificate an individual must complete their treatment plan. ​​​

Completion of an alcohol and drug rehab/treatment program

  • Successfully complete a certified outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program and be in need of no further alcohol and drug treatment or aftercare
  • Pay the treatment provider for the treatment services
  • Documentation by observed Urinalysis tests, of 90 days of continuous abstinence during the last 90 days of the outpatient treatment program

Completion of an alcohol and drug information/education program

  • Successfully complete a certified outpatient alcohol and drug education program of not less than 12 hours, with weekly contact of not less than 4 consecutive weeks
  • Pay the treatment provider for the education services
  • Documentation by observed Urinalysis tests, of 90 days of continuous abstinence during the last 90 days of the outpatient education program
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