EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2013:  As a result of a change in statute to increase public safety, individuals convicted of an impaired driving offense are now required to attend and participate in a New Hampshire approved Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) for a screening and evaluation to determine if there is a substance use disorder and to participate in treatment, education and/or recovery support services (when indicated) within a shorter span than previously required. All IDCMPs and Impaired Driver Service Providers (IDSP) must be approved by the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services.

For Complete details about what to do whether your first offense, second, or third, visit NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services Detailed page.

For questions or information, please contact the NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services at (603) 271-6738.