The Almond Tree is now certified by the Texas Educational Agency (TEA) to provide local classes for The Drug and Alcohol Driving Awareness Program (DADAP).
This is a six-hour course designed to educate drivers about the dangers of driving after using alcohol or other drugs.
DADAP is dedicated to helping keep Texas drug and alcohol free.
The Almond Tree does this by offering quality educational courses, encouraging Texas judges, educators and parents to partner with us for a Drug-Free Texas.
We are now enrolling for the DADAP classes to begin the New Year at The Almond Tree Community Resource and Training Center, 1508 E. Rusk in Jacksonville.
The first six hour classes will start on Jan. 3, 2011.
The Monday and Tuesday night classes will be split into three hour sessions from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Saturday classes are also offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with an hour for lunch.
Reasons for Attendance:
Court ordered – most drug / alcohol / traffic related offenses. DADAP can be taken for Texas drug / alcohol / traffic related offenses such as minor in possession.
Auto Insurance Discount – Texas law allows a driver to voluntarily attend the DADAP course for a mandatory 5% auto insurance premium discount.
Fleet Training – You may take this course if your employer or safety manager has required that you complete a drug and alcohol driving awareness program.
The Almond Tree is the only DADAP school in Cherokee County. Benefits include local access for a state approved program, fast delivery, better courses.
The Almond Tree is a local non-profit agency dedicated to assisting families and individuals to become self-sufficient.
Persons desiring to donate time or money may contact The Almond Tree at 903.284.6202.
All donations are tax deductible.