The Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) is designed for those individuals who are required to attend and successfully complete a state approved DWI, OUI or DUI Program. Additionally, the IDCMP Program will satisfy all NH DWI conviction types.
Please note that the requirements associated with the above components are based upon conviction type, and the NH state Health Rule guidelines, which determine the need for component services. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept insurances to cover the costs related to the IDCMP components (i.e. intake, evaluation, education classes, care management, or administrative fees).
SENHS is an approved Impaired Driver Service Provider (IDSP) designed to assist those individuals mandated by a NH IDCMP to attend Aftercare counseling services resulting from Service Plan requirements. We are also able to provide treatment and evaluation services to clients attempting to satisfy Aftercare requirements from other state DWI Programs.
IDSP Aftercare counseling and evaluation services are reimbursable through most insurance carriers, and we encourage clients to contact us for details regarding any questions related to their carriers, and their carrier plans.
Please review the following fee structure carefully:
**Money Order Only**
20 hour Prime for Life education class. Available in-person or online via Zoom (for those who qualify).
Other Applicable Fees:
*The administrative fees apply when changing or cancelling appointments with less than 24 hour notice, arriving late to an appointment or class, arriving to an appointment under the influence etc.
Only applicable regarding the following programs: IDIP, Phase II, and MOP.
We accept personal checks, however, there is a $45 fee for bounced checks. We also accept Visa/MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit card, bank cashier’s check, or money order (made out to Southeastern NH Services) for all IDCMP program component services except for the $70.00 state administrative fee. The state administrative fee must be paid by a bank cashier’s check or money order made out to “Treasurer-State of New Hampshire”.
For information regarding the Impaired Driver Care Management Program at our agency please contact us at (603) 516.8165.