Mississippi Alcohol Awareness



Mississippi Alcohol Awareness Online Program

Mississippi Online Alcohol Awareness, Drug Education and Substance Abuse Classes 

Level 1 Level 2 or Level 3 in English or Spanish

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Mississippi Alcohol Awareness

Mississippi alcohol awareness program is available online in both English and Spanish.  Defendants in Mississippi with a DUI, DWI, OVI, OWI, MIP or an alcohol related charge may need to take an alcohol awareness education program to satisfy a court requirement.  Others may take the course for personal or professional needs.  


Probation and Pretrial Diversion

In the state of Mississippi, an alcohol awareness, substance abuse, or a drug education programs may help with a plea offer pretrial diversion program for court cases.  Sometimes a defendant and his attorney can agree to a pretrial diversion program for alcohol or drug crimes.  Many times in an alcohol or drug related case, the pretrial terms may include a treatment, evaluation, interdiction or simply an alcohol awareness, drug education or substance abuse online program. The pretrial diversion agreement for alcohol crimes is simply probation, a probated sentence, or conditional case dismissal.  Mississippi courts may probate a case for 1, 2 or 3 years depending upon the circumstances of the case. Some courts and prosecutors will consider allowing an online program due to a defendant needing to get to an actual classroom site.


Online Course Option

Some courts and prosecutors will consider allowing an online program due to a defendant needing to get to an actual classroom site.

The COVID pandemic has influenced courts to allow the online version over the classroom setting in efforts to reduce the spread.  Also, if the offender has a suspended driver’s license, then undue hardship is on a family member, relative or friend to drive the offender to a class.  You may also need to take a defensive driving course in some jurisdictions to get the suspension lifted.


Online Programs

These online programs can be taken in English or Spanish and at your convenience and at your own pace. No classroom needed. Also, a growing number of high schoolscolleges and universities are now recommending and sometimes requiring students to take an alcohol education program, whether online or in person. It certainly makes taking the course much more convenient to take it online. If you need to take the course, simply sign up above and began the course and study at your own convenience.


These online course is available in 4 Hour8 Hour, 10 Hour, 12 Hour, 15 Hour, 16 Hour, 20 Hour, 24 Hour, 32 Hour and 36 Hour programs.


Court Approval Needed

Please contact your attorney or the court for approval prior to enrolling if you are in Mississippi to take this course for a criminal charge. Not all courts or states allow online distance learning courses. Many courts may need 8 Hour or 12 Hour programs for first-time offenses and longer courses for repeat offenses. You may begin the course upon registering and continue at your own pace and schedule.


Download Certificate

After you complete the course online you will be mailed a certificate of completion. You may also download and print your Certificate upon completion.

Mississippi Resident, Non-Resident, Out-of-State, and Court Requested Alcohol/Drug Awareness Online Class

Mississippi Alcohol Awareness Classes

Adams County – Natchez
Alcorn County – Corinth
Amite County – Liberty
Attalla County – Kosciusko
Benton County – Ashland
Bolivar County – Rosedale and Cleveland
Calhoun County – Pittsboro
Carroll County – Vaiden and Carrollton
Chickasaw County – Houston and Okolona
Choctaw County – Ackerman
Claiborne County – Port Gibson
Clarke County – Quitman
Clay County – West Point
Coahoma County – Clarksdale
Copiah County – Hazlehurst
Covington County – Collins
DeSoto County – Hernando
Forrest County – Hattiesburg
Franklin County – Meadville
George County – Lucedale
Greene County – Leakesville
Grenada County – Grenada
Hancock County – Bay St. Louis
Harrison County – Gulfport
Hinds County – Raymond and Jackson
Holmes County – Lexington
Humphreys County – Belzoni
Issaquena County – Mayersville
Itawamba County – Fulton
Jackson County – Pascagoula
Jasper County – Bay Springs and Paulding
Jefferson County – Fayette
Jefferson Davis County – Prentiss
Jones County – Laurel and Ellisville
Kemper County – De Kalb
Lafayette County – Oxford
Lamar County – Purvis
Lauderdale County – Meridian
Lawrence County – Monticello
Leake County – Carthage
Lee County – Tupelo
Leflore County – Greenwood
Lincoln County – Brookhaven
Lowndes County – Columbus
Madison County – Canton
Marion County – Columbia
Marshall County – Holly Springs
Monroe County – Aberdeen
Montgomery County – Winona
Neshoba County – Philadelphia
Newton County – Decatur
Noxubee County – Macon
Oktibbeha County – Starkville
Panola County – Batesville and Sardis
Pearl River County – Poplarville
Perry County – New Augusta
Pike County – Magnolia
Pontotoc County – Pontotoc
Prentiss County – Booneville
Quitman County – Marks
Rankin County – Brandon
Scott County – Forest
Sharkey County – Rolling Fork
Simpson County – Mendenhall
Smith County – Raleigh
Stone County – Wiggins
Sunflower County – Indianola
Tallahatchie County – Charleston and Sumner
Tate County – Senatobia
Tippah County – Ripley
Tishomingo County – Iuka
Tunica County – Tunica
Union County – New Albany
Walthall County – Tylertown
Warren County – Vicksburg
Washington County – Greenville
Wayne County – Waynesboro
Webster County – Walthall
Wilkinson County – Woodville
Winston County – Louisville
Yalobusha County – Coffeeville and Water Valley
Yazoo County – Yazoo City