General Class Information

In addition to our In-Person presentation we will be continuing our Online presentation, with our current and local speakers, until further notice. Please see Online Presentation Information

For our next In-Person Presentation scheduled for December 16, 2021 please see the following:

In-Person Presentation Information:

Registration and payment:   Registration is required. The $40 payment is paid online. We are now accepting Venmo . Cash is also being accepted the night of the presentation.

 Please pay and register here for In-Person presentation. 

LOCATION: Campbell Center, 155 High St. Eugene, OR

COVID-19 Update  Effective July 30 Eugene Rec including Campbell Center will be following CDC and OHA guidance and will require face coverings in all rec center indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status.

PANEL SIGN-IN Lobby: 6:00 pm

PANEL PRESENTATION:    Begins promptly at 6:30 pm. The presentation concludes approximately at 8:15 pm.  Late comers not allowed in after 6:30 pm. No re-admittance after doors are closed.

Guests: No guests allowed at this time.

For questions: Office staff can assist you by calling our part time office at 541.607.8452 or emailing laneduiivip@comcast.net.  Please do not contact the Campbell Center, it is only our meeting venue location.  Our staff does not work there. 

RE-SCHEDULING: To re-schedule your referred attendance date you must contact the court directly that required you to attend.  This office is unable to do this for you.

This is an alcohol and drug free event.  Law enforcement will be present at this meeting as well as a portable breathalyzer will be used to determine consumption of alcohol for those attendees suspected of consuming alcohol prior to attendance.  Random testing is also possible. This is Zero Tolerance program. Drug Recognition Experts are also present at this meeting. No refund of fee if denied entry due to drug or alcohol use.

 

 

 

About laneduiivip

An impaired driving prevention non-profit program. Victims, impaired driving offenders and first responders share their real and personal stories regarding impaired driving crashes and the tragic consequences of driving impaired. Saving lives one story at a time.
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