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Ballarat Community Health Drink Drug Driver Behaviour change programs are available no matter where you live. They are a cost-effective local solution to get you back on the road sooner. We can help get you moving again. Ballarat Community Health offers regular programs and guides you through the process of getting your licence back. 

VicRoads Drink and Drug Driver Behaviour Change Program (DDDBCP), facilitated by Ballarat Community Health (BCH), provide a non-judgmental environment for participants to reflect on their choices. This is a safe space to separate alcohol and other drug use from driving.  

This structured program enables peer participation and a safe space to share and learn from each other to consider in-depth behaviour change.  

The course supports drivers to be safe on our roads, enabling participants to consider their values, motivations and supports so that they can separate alcohol and other drug use from driving.  

Participants comment on how the activities and discussions in the program help them to consider change around their alcohol and other drug use and are given the opportunity to seek further support regarding this.  

Our participants have told us that they often use the tools and activities in the program for other areas of their life where they may be contemplating change.  

The course is facilitated by experienced Alcohol and Other Drug Clinicians who undertake an extensive training and accreditation process directed by VicRoads.  

The team at BCH are passionate about the work they do and are ready to support participants to regain their license and maintain positive lifestyle change. 

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