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Alcohol & Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP)

(864) 582-7588, ext. 213 · Fax: (864) 582-0431

The South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP) is a statewide educational and treatment program for:

  • Individuals who are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI)
  • Individuals who are referred by the S. C. Department of Natural Resources for boating under the influence (BUI)
  • Individuals whose licenses are suspended through the state’s Administrative License Revocation (ALR) procedure. Drivers fall into this category if they are charged under the provisions known as “zero tolerance” (which targets drivers under age 21) or “.15” (which is in addition to a charge of DUI for drivers of any age who operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15 percent or greater). An individual is also subject to ALR if he/she refuses to take a blood, breath or urine test for the presence of alcohol or other drugs.

Because thousands of South Carolinians are killed or injured each year in alcohol or other drug related crashes, ADSAP works with offenders to reduce the number of crashes that result in death, injury or property damage. ADSAP services are certified by the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services and are available in each of the state’s 46 counties.

The Spartanburg Alcohol & Drug Abuse Commission is the county authority for ADSAP in Spartanburg.

Enrollment

To enroll in the ADSAP program, an individual is required to bring a copy of their 10-year driving record from the S. C. Department of Motor Vehicles (this copy cannot be off the internet and must be less than 30 days old), a picture ID, a $130.00 enrollment fee, and your ADSAP referral sheet given... more »

Provisional Driver's License

If this is your first DUI and you meet certain requirements, you may obtain a provisional driver’s license from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). This provisional license will allow you to drive for six months from the date of issue, as long as you continue to successfully participate in... more »

Completion

Because you receive services based on individual needs, the time period for ADSAP varies for each person. While most people complete the program by the end of their suspension period, it could take up to 12 months. Successful completion is based on: A. Attendance to all required sessions... more »

Fees/Payments

The total fees for the ADSAP program range from $500 to $2,500, depending on the services the individual will be required to attend. These services cannot be determined until the enrollment process has been completed. The $130.00 enrollment fee will count toward those fees. Payment arrangements... more »

Interstate ADSAP Services

If you move out of state after being convicted of a DUI in South Carolina, you may complete services with a provider in that state. You must contact the Interstate ADSAP Office at the Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission. If you are convicted of a DUI in another state but still reside in South... more »

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