If you’ve lost your licence due to a drug driving offence, the process of having it restored may seem challenging. At Ballarat Community Health, our Alcohol & Drug Team is committed to assisting individuals and families who are dealing with alcohol or other drug related issues.
As a Victorian Government accredited Drink and Drug Drive Education Program (VADEP) provider Ballarat Community Health can help you by:
- Explaining the steps you need to take
- Providing Drink or Drug Driving Education courses
- Conducting assessments and submitting court reports as required
- Having someone to talk to about the process
- Our team can assist other professionals with information and support
Almost all people who have had their licence suspended or cancelled for drink or drug driving will need to participate in a driver education program.
Our VADEP Accreditation No is: 14 / 001.
Who is it for?
Individuals who have had their drivers licence suspended or cancelled due to a drug driving offence
How much time will it take?
The Drug Driver Education Program will be run over 1 day commencing at 9.00am.
When is it held?
The program is held every second Tuesday:
18th April, 2017
2nd May, 2017
6th June, 2017
20th June, 2017
4th July, 2017
18th July, 2017
1st August, 2017
15th August, 2017
29th August, 2017
12th September, 2017
26th September, 2017
10th October, 2017
24th October, 2017
7th November, 2017
21st November, 2017
5th December, 2017
Where is it held?
Ballarat Community Health, located at 12 Lilburne Street Lucas
Drug Driver Education Course $185.00.
Licence Eligibility Report $175.00.
Who provides it?
The program is delivered by an experienced Alcohol and Other Drugs Team.
How do I register for a BCH Accredited Drug Driver Education Program?
To register for a course you can call (03) 5338 4500 and our reception staff will take your details. One of our Drug Driver Program Facilitators will call you back to confirm your booking and discuss any additional needs you may have.