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OASAS is committed to keeping roadways safe by assuring high quality service to individuals charged with or convicted of an impaired driving offense. Providers approved by OASAS are held to clinical standards consistent with the best practices in prevention, treatment and recovery.

Information and Resources for Impaired Driving Offender

Individuals charged with or convicted of an impaired driving offense who require clinical screening and assessment services can find a list of OASAS approved providers in their area by visiting the OASAS Impaired Driving Offenders web page. For assistance with finding a provider, individuals can also call 1-877-8-HOPENY (1-877-846-7369).

DMV relicensing requirements are described on the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) website.External Link Specific inquiries about relicensing should be directed to the DMV Driver Improvement Bureau at 518-474-0774.

The Impaired Driver System (IDS)

The Impaired Driver System (IDS) is now implemented across New York State. All OASAS approved Providers of Clinical Services for the Impaired Driving Offenders and NYS Drinking Driver Programs are required to report screening, assessment, treatment and DDP status of individuals with an impaired driving offense. To access the Impaired Driver System log in to the OASAS Client Data System.

Please view the IDS FAQ page for answers to many of your questions.

Information and Resources for OASAS Approved Providers of Clinical Screening and Assessment Services

Find information regarding standards of services, statewide training and The Impaired Driver System (IDS), a new web-based data collection, tracking and reporting application that will facilitate information sharing and automate processes that are currently handled manually.

Information and Resources for Directors and Instructors of NYS Drinking Driver Programs (DDP)

Find information regarding the new DDP curriculum, PRIME For Life®, and the Impaired Driver System (IDS).