If you have been charged with impaired driving attending AFM’s Impaired Driver Program is one of the steps you need to take for Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) to consider reissuing your licence.
When you come to AFM’s Impaired Driver Program you will complete an assessment that will include filling out some questionnaires about your attitudes towards impaired driving as well as your drug and alcohol use. You will meet with a counsellor who will work with you to determine your needs. Programming is also required as part of AFM’s Impaired Driver Program. The length of this programming can vary based on your needs and your counsellor will discuss this with you during your assessment appointment.
The purpose of the program is to help people access any services they might need and to help prevent future impaired driving offences.
If you need support with reading, writing or if English is a second language we can arrange this for you. Please let us know before you come if you need this type of support.
Please contact the nearest AFM Impaired Driver Program office with any questions regarding cost, payment options, office hours, personal identification requirements, special needs consideration and the assessment duration and process. Please click here to find the office closest to you.
If you are not sure whether you need to access AFM’s Impaired Driver Program, please contact MPI’s Driver Fitness Program at 204.985.7694 (toll-free 1.866.323.0546).