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DUII Treatment Certificate

What is a DUII Treatment Completion Certificate?

Individuals who are convicted of a DUII will need to obtain DMV Form 735-6821 (DUII Treatment Completion Certificate) in order to reinstate their driving privileges. The DUII Treatment Completion Certificate (DTCC) is a four-part form with a unique identification number and is issued only by Division-approved DUII Services Providers or the Division.

How to Obtain a DUII Treatment Completion Certificate

Residents of Oregon will receive a DTCC upon successful completion of a Division-approved DUII services program as outlined in OAR 309-019-0195.

Please note: OHA cannot issue a DTCC for services completed at an agency that is not a Division-approved DUII Services Provider. Please check the Substance Use Disorders Services Directory to ensure the program you complete is provided by an approved DUII Services Provider.

Individuals who need assistance obtaining a DTCC from a current or former Division-approved DUII services provider may request one from OHA by submitting:

OHA will issue a DTCC ​upon receipt of the following documents:

By secure email:

Send to using ODHS|OHA Secure Email.

By fax:

Send to 503-945-5796.

By mail:

DUII Information Specialist
OHA Health Systems Division
500 Summer St NE, E86
Salem, OR 97301

Please note that mail processing may be delayed due to reduced onsite staffing. If possible, please send by secure email to avoid such delays.


If you need help completing the forms or have questions, please call the DUII Information Line at 503-945-6213 or email