Did You Know September is National Recovery Month?

Every September for the past 31 years, sponsors like SAMHSA, NADCP, NDCI, NCDC, and Justice for Vets support month-long events for National Recovery Month that increase awareness and understanding for substance use disorders and mental…
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Successful Prevention of Drinking and Driving

We’ve all heard people say, “Don’t drink and drive” hundreds of times. We know that it puts people we love and people we don’t even know at risk every day. Yet over a million people…
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4 Tips for Staying Safe This Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is just around the corner marking the end of summer. Time for one last summer trip. This year especially, it’s a time to rest and relax. With COVID ever present, people are craving…
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Save Time with Portable Alcohol Monitoring

Are you feeling the pressures of casework overload? Efficient testing and monitoring is a crucial factor in reducing case backlogs – giving you more time for quality participant interaction.  Accurate and reliable technology is the…
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DOs and DON’Ts of Taking An Alcohol Breath Test

One of the most stressful things about beginning an ignition interlock program is learning to take a breath test. Don’t worry, you will get the hang of it. The following DOs and DON’Ts will help…
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Save Time and Money with One Small Portable Device

The LifeSafer® Portable Alcohol Monitoring (PAM) device is rapidly becoming the technology of choice for courts seeking a reliable and easy solution to the challenge of remote monitoring.  Even before COVID-19, the evidence was clear…
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Are all ignition Interlock Blow Patterns Alike?

The short answer is “no” not all blow patterns are alike. There are three basic patterns, for the most part, in the interlock industry: Blow and hum Blow, inhale, and blow Straight blow The blow…
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Empowering You to Regain Your Freedom to Drive

The focus of any court-mandated, ignition interlock program is to keep participants, their families, and their communities safe. Statistics show that having an ignition interlock device installed in a vehicle greatly reduces the rate of…
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5 Myths About Remote Supervision during COVID-19

There is an ongoing discussion among the courts, probation agencies, and treatment centers about remote supervision in the age of COVID-19. We get it. It’s difficult trying to supervise participants of alcohol treatment programs with…
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Why Take the Risk? An Ignition Interlock is Much Less Expensive.

If you’ve been ordered by the courts to install an ignition interlock, you have two choices. You can install the device and get back to living your life and enjoying your privilege to drive. OR,…
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