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Some people enter drug treatment after a DUI conviction to avoid or minimize the legal repercussions of the arrest, and some repeat DUI offenders will be sent to court mandated drug and alcohol treatment programs after a DUI conviction.

For some, the legal complications and public exposure of a DUI can be enough to break through an existing wall of denial, and force a personal acceptance of the need for change, and the need for professional drug treatment.

The good news is that regardless of the motivations for entry into a drug treatment program after a DUI conviction, the therapies and programming of drug treatment prove almost equally effective to all that access them, regardless of their initial motivations for joining.

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