Spring Semester Dates Now Available for Saturday 8am - 2p: Jan. 21, Feb. 4, Mar. 4, Apr. 1, May 6 & June 3
LIFE SKILLS Level 1 (6hrs)-This course emphasizes goal-setting, decision making and problem solving, communication, healthy lifestyles and relationship, and safety.
LIFE SKILLS Level 2 (12hrs)- Tthis class promotes education that aims to make decisions and take positive actions to change behavior and environment to enhance health, safey and prevent disease. Participants will learn strategies to deal with their emotional concerns and gain knowledge to make better choices.
ANGER MANAGEMENT Level 1 (6hrs)-Explores the boundaries of emotional intelligence and aids participants on how to decipher feelings from emotions and de-escalating anger and stress.
PETTY THEFT Level 1 (6hrs)-This course is designed to help student examine behavior that lead to theft with an emphasis on preventing poor decision making and repetitive conduct.
PETTY THEFT Level 2 (12hrs)- Provides intervention strategies to overcome psychological problems associated with theft and a program for relapse prevention
VICTIM IMPACT EDUCATION (6hrs)-This program helps you to learn about the impact of crime on victims. You will have opportunities to learn information and skills that benefit you. The program challenges you to begin to focus on other people…people you have harmed.
ALCOHOL AND DRUG AWARENESS-This court mandated course promotes awareness to prevent substance abuse. This course is an education alternative to adolescents and adults in the community. Any individual completing this comprehensive instruction may have their infraction dismissed
V.C. 12500 (C) UNLICENSED DRIVER (6hrs.)- This class aims to educate the student on the law of driving with a license and motivate the student by providing tools necessary to remedy their issues while promoting public safety.
PARENTING SKILLS (6hrs)- This class educates participants to learn stages of child development, different forms of violence, relective listening and neutrality that promotes proper and effective parenting skills in a nurtured environment.
Dates Now Available for Saturday 8am - 2p: Jan. 14, Feb. 4, Mar. 4, Apr. 1, May 6 & June 3
This 6-hour diversion program seeks to inform and promote awareness relating to violations from vehicle code 14601. This course is an education alternative for adolescents and adults in the community. Select a date and register online with VISA, MASTERCARD OR DISCOVER. To finalize your registration, please call (714) 564-6594 with your Case or Citation#, Driver's License #, student ID, Passport#, Birth Date, and Court Name.
required to attend the DEJ Deferred Dismissal Drug Program must receive a
Referral from the one of the 4 Orange County District Attorney's Office. You
will not be admitted to class without a court issued document and photo
register for class, you must provide the following to secure your registration:
referral number, case number, driver's license number, and court return date
with full payment of class fees. We accept cash and major credit cards. The
credit card must be in your name. We DO NOT accept CHECKS or SECOND/THIRD party credit cards.