Substance Abuse and Recovery Services

Ozark Guidance Recovery Services offers assessments, treatment, and psycho-educational programs for individuals with substance abuse, anger, and domestic violence issues.  All programs are high quality, cost-effective, and affordable.  Adolescent and Adult Substance abuse treatment is offered at all locations.

Ozark Guidance is contracted with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, Division of Aging, Adult, & Behavioral Health Services, to provide DASEP (Drug & Alcohol Safety Educational Program) services in counties of Baxter, Benton, Boone, Carroll, Madison, Marion, Newton, and Washington.

Our state-certified DASEP program staff services include mandatory pre-sentence screenings presented to the judge with appropriate recommendations for each adjudicated offender found guilty for the charges of Driving While Intoxicated (alcohol or drugs), Driving Under the Influence (DUI-Underage), Minor In Possession (Underage), False ID (Underage), as well as Boating While Intoxicated offenses. DASEP staff are state certified to teach the mandatory required DASEP class and/or classes required for reinstatement of driving privileges for these offenses as incurred by offenders. DASEP staff are also state certified to make appropriate treatment recommendations and referrals for treatment services if warranted.


You have 30 days from the date of your conviction to complete the required free screening.

In person DASEP Screenings

Offered at Ozark Guidance Center located at 4912 Springhouse Drive in Springdale.  This is a Walk-in Screening Clinic (First come, First Served) on Tuesdays Wednesday and Thursday from 1-3 pm.  Please BRING a VALID PHOTO ID.

Virtual DASEP Screenings:

Available for those who have a smart device or computer with highspeed Internet, video/audio, and microphone capabilities by going to  or the zoom app and Enter the following meeting ID: 946-292-2192. Log in anytime on Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday between 9 am and 11 am. You will be placed in a virtual waiting room until it is your turn.  You must be able to show a Valid Photo ID.

DASEP Classes:

Once you have completed your in-person or virtual screening you will be given information on how to register for classes.  Classes are currently being offered through a state-approved virtual DASEP classroom. The cost is $150.00.

For more information on this program, please call 479-750-2020 and ask for Recovery Services.

Victim Impact Panel
Ozark Guidance is contracted with the Arkansas Department of Human Services, Division of Aging, Adult, & Behavioral Health Services, to provide VIP (Victim Impact Panel) services.

Please be aware that due to concerns with COVID-19 and to align with CDC and state official guidelines our VIP in-person classes are canceled until further notice. We currently offer LIVE interactive classes online.

The Victim Impact Panel program brings together the criminal justice system and those directly or indirectly affected by drunk and drugged driving crashes and underage drinking. Speakers may be bereaved or injured victims, and may also include victim families, first responders, or substance abuse/treatment representatives.

The Victim Impact Panel program follows a restorative justice model by allowing crime victims a healing opportunity by talking about the crime’s impact upon themselves, their families, friends, and the community. During the panel, speakers describe the crash in which they or their loved ones, were involved, and how life has changed since the crash. They DO NOT blame or judge the audience; they simply share their personal experiences. Victim Impact Panels are designed to provide offenders with the understanding that drunk and impaired driving is a choice that impacts the lives of innocent people—and how the resulting consequences and tragic outcomes are 100% preventable.

Victim Impact Panels are not intended to replace conventional sanctions. Rather, they are offered to enhance and supplement such programs by placing offenders face to face with real people whose lives have been permanently changed by a substance-impaired driver. For questions, please email

To register, please complete the online form located HERE