Weekend Intervention Programs (WIP) is
an intensive counseling, intervention, and education program conducted
in 48 consecutive hours in a structured environment over one weekend.
This program is designed primarily for second-time DWI offenders.
WIP activities include assessment, a medical needs screening,
group education and counseling, individual counseling, and other
activities designed to help the offender assess their personal
responsibility in the area of driving while impaired. The cost
for the program is determined by use of the State's Standard Means
Test. The Weekend Intervention Program is appropriate for second
time DWI offenders.