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Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC)
Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services
Due to Covid-19, the IDRC has cancelled all “in person” IDRC classes indefinitely. If you are interested in an online class, please contact Sonia Schogel via below email address.
PO Box 3000, Kozloski Road, Freehold, NJ 07728
Phone: 732-308-3713; Fax: 732-625-3907
Mary C. Heath, Program Specialist, 732-308-3713, ext. 5712
William Horbatt, Substance Abuse Counselor, 732-308-3713 ext. 2343
Sonia Schogel, Intake Coordinator, 732-308-3713, ext. 3720
Due to confidentiality and HIPAA federal and state regulations, you need to include a telephone contact number and/or address when you email us. No responses by the County potentially revealing Protected Health Information can be made via e-mail.
The objective of the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC) is to ensure that all convicted Monmouth County residents comply with Title 39:4-50 et seq., specifically 39:4-50 (f) of the NJ Statutes annotated, and accompanying Regulations of Chapter 162 (10:162-1.1 to 10:162-11.3). The Monmouth County IDRC:
- Conducts the court-ordered 12-hour education class that provides information about New Jersey's alcohol and drug laws, the affect of alcohol and drugs on the body and driving ability, and conducts screenings for referrals to assessments and/or self-help groups for treatment of alcohol and/or drug issues
- Monitors offenders in treatment and/or attending self-help groups
- Provides presentations about impaired driving in the community
Method of Application: After conviction, the State of New Jersey’s Intoxicated Driving Program (IDP) schedules an offender into the County of Residence using the address on the Court Order for the 12-hr IDRC Class. If an offender has not received notification of their scheduled class after three (3) months from conviction date, contact the State of New Jersey IDP at 609-815-3100 or http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/das/treatment/idp/. Click here for brochure entitled, “What You Should Know About The Intoxicated Driving Program.”
Days, Hours, and Class Schedule:
IDRC Mailing Address is 3000 Kozloski Road, Freehold, NJ 07728
We do not meet with clients.
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
IDRC Classes: Agriculture Building, 4000 Kozloski Road, Freehold, NJ 07728;
Class Hours: Monday and Tuesday; 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Late attendees will not be admitted. Two consecutive days of class must be completed to be in compliance. Please bring a brown bag lunch. Snack and soda machines are available.
For public transportation information, go to www.njtransit.com (NJ Transit) for bus schedules.
Eligibility Requirements: Only court-ordered Monmouth County residents.
Fee: IDRC Class fee is Two Hundred Sixty-Four Dollars ($264) by a Certified Check or Money Order ONLY made payable to "Monmouth County IDRC" due in full the first day of class. No cash or personal checks are accepted. NO ADMISSION TO PROGRAM WITHOUT PAYMENT AND ID.
Please contact Sonia Schogel, Intake Coordinator: 732-308-3713 ext. 3720 to:
- Reschedule class. PROPER DOCUMENTATION MUST BE PROVIDED (e.g. hospital/doctor’s note, school schedule or note from employer on letterhead)
- Respond to a Non-Compliance Report/Suspension Recommendation (ALC-21) for failure to attend the IDRC Class.
For information about license suspension, contact State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission at
(609) 292-7500 or http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Violations/dui.htm.
If an offender has received a warning letter or a Non-Compliance Report/Suspension Recommendation (ALC-21) for not reporting to the treatment agency:
- Contact treatment agency listed on the Agreement to Schedule an Appointment for a Complete ASAM-PPC-2R Assessment (ALC-40) form to schedule the assessment
- Contact the William Horbatt, 732-308-3713, ext. 2343, with date and time of the assessment.
If an offender has received a warning letter or Non-Compliance Report/Suspension Recommendation (ALC-21) for not complying with treatment plan/self-help group agreement:
- Contact treatment agency listed on the Agreement to Schedule an Appointment for a Complete ASAM-PPC-2R Assessment (ALC-40) form or
- Choose an Affiliated Treatment Provider from the IDRC Treatment Affiliate list - Treatment Agencies
- Contact the treatment agency and schedule the assessment
- Contact the William Horbatt, 732-308-3713, ext. 2343, with name of treatment agency and date/time of the assessment. If a different treatment agency has been selected, updated IDRC paperwork will need to be signed by the offender prior to the assessment.
Under 10:162-6.14(a), a client may choose to complete a second assessment at a different Affiliated treatment agency. If so:
- Choose a treatment agency from the IDRC Treatment Affiliate list (Treatment Agencies)
- Schedule assessment with the treatment agency
- Contact the Treatment Coordinator, 732-308-3713, ext. 2343, with name of treatment agency and date/time of the assessment. Updated IDRC paperwork will need to be signed by the offender prior to assessment)
All changes in treatment plan and/or treatment agency must be reported and approved by the IDRC prior to the change or it may not be accepted as part of the IDRC requirement.
For all other questions related to assessment and treatment, call William Horbatt at 732-308-3713 ext. 2343.
For a list of IDRC Affiliated Treatment Providers, read Treatment Agencies.
For a list of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings that give out IDRC cards: AA Listing
- Please remember cards must be sent in monthly for the designated amount of time on the Self-Help Agreement (ALC-39)
- Cards must be mailed directly to the IDRC, PO Box 3000, Kozloski Road, Freehold, NJ 07728
Multiple Offender Re-evaluation/Report of Compliance/Reinstatement of license after 10 year license suspension:
During the last year of suspension, contact the IDRC with your full name, driver’s license number, current address and date of birth. The IDRC will then confirm your updated driver’s abstract information, compliance status, and license restoration date from the Intoxicated Driving Program of New Jersey. Then the IDRC will contact you to choose an Affiliated Treatment Provider to conduct an assessment. Once the Provider is chosen and the assessment has been scheduled, notify the IDRC so that the necessary paperwork can be forwarded to you for your signature prior to the assessment. Pending the re-evaluation results from the Provider, a recommendation for license restoration can be issued to the Intoxicated Driving Program of New Jersey. If the Provider determines that treatment is appropriate, then you must complete 3 months of treatment before a recommendation for license restoration is issued.
Please contact Mary C. Heath, Program Specialist: 732-308-3713, ext. 5712, for:
- Court information
- Community presentations
Handicapped Access: Yes
Transportation Provided: No
Languages Spoken: English
48 Hour IDRC
To schedule 48 hour IDRC, call 732-817-0616.
Community Service information
732-677-4774 or 732-677-4783
Driving Under the Influence Initiative
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